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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

CBS: Spooky pets in Halloween costumes

I am not quite sure I see the point in it. Maybe I am missing it all together. Since when did Halloween become about hoisting our pets in costumes? It is already giving us enough of a headache getting our kids all dressed and made up for the event and we sure can do without another add-on.

There is more confusion on my part; if you already are the proud owner of a spooky pet than why does it even need a costume? I would think that its birthday suit would serve the purpose to a tee and be more then adequate scaring the heebie-jeebies out of everyone who lays eyes on it.

In case you have an adorable looking pet there is no reason for transforming it into a sinister character either. Simply let it sneak up from behind on the trick or treat visitors and have it bark or growl, or prod it to jump out of the bushes. This unexpected scare is a guarantee for success.

I have this eerie feeling there is more to it then meets the eye. I just don't know what it is and that is spooky.

Maybe I just saw the point and the purpose in it?!



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