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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Has Halloween Become Over-Commercialized?

Halloween News

Warning: Did you know that kids today believe that Halloween is all about “Having Fun and Getting Candy.”

Watch this shocking expose from The Onion and then decide if Halloween has become Over-Commercialized!

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    1. I know and there is no "I" in Halloween, but there are several in "Trick or Treating" and there is even one in kid - no wonder it's all about the candy.

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    1. Thank you for making it happen and a big Happy Birthday to you on this special day!

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  3. Hello from Spain: thanks for visiting and make you a follower of my blog. I've just become a follower of your wonderful blog. I think Halloween today has become a commercial holiday ... In my country is a holiday that is not celebrated much. Keep in touch

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    1. It's vital that you know this Marta, "Barbie wants Spain to celebrate Halloween!" It's been the only thing that keeps Ken and Barbie apart. They would have been married years ago, but Barbie took an oath that she would never marry as long as Spain doesn't give Halloween the respect it deserves.

      It's now up to you to help Ken and Barbie find true happiness at last! Go forth and spread the word amongst your people, that this will be the year that Halloween matters, not just for the few but for all Spaniards!

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  4. Hi :)
    I don't celebrate the Halloween. In Portugal Halloween isn't a big deal ;D
    Thank you so much for the follow!!!! I’m following you back now :)

    x♥x♥

    "Saúde & Beleza - Health & Beauty"




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    1. Halloween isn't a big deal - why wars have been started for less! It's up to you to make Portugal the next Halloween desination fun spot. With your fashion sense you can transform the Halloween costume design for the next hundred years!

      Remember we are all counting on you - you're now our Halloween eyes and ears. Be safe, be strong! We won't rest until Portuguese children experience the joy of "Trick or Treating."

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  5. So nice to meet you! What a great site you have. I am looking forward to getting to know you and thanks so much for coming by and joining my little site.
    Maggie

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    1. Thank you Maggie! We delighted you dropped by to visit as well. Amazed that you still have time to blog after all that you do - very inspiring!

      Make sure that "Tinkerbell" and "Dotty" behave themselves this Halloween. Life is seldom easy and rarely fair, but it sounds like you have the right frame of mind to overcome all that life throws at you!

      All the Best from all of us here at Halloween Fun for All.

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  6. Halloween is so much of a bigger deal in the States than in the UK.
    Happy Wednesday Hun xoxo
    Enter my Michael Kors Giveaway!
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/2012/10/international-giveaway-michael-kors.html

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    1. Thanks for visiting us. Before you give away Michael, can you tell us why he's not wanted anymore?

      Also, did you know the real reason for the Revolutionary War had nothing to do with taxation without representation? It had everything to do with England's refusal to recognize Halloween as a major holiday!

      Next, you'll probably tell me that Ground Hogs Day is no big deal in the UK. Will the madness ever end?

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