For some people, Halloween is a sacred time of year.
It is a time of year where weirdness, darkness, and being different are celebrated.
The beginning of the Halloween season brings out the weirdest parts of us.
But unfortunately, Halloween ends. November 1st comes along and most of the world moves past the holiday for another year.
And the rest of us are sitting here like:
So here's what I'm proposing: Year-round Halloween.
Why should we have to hide who we are to fit in with society?
After all, the wisest woman out there says normal is overrated, so we should probably listen to her.
One month to celebrate Halloween doesn't give you nearly enough time to accomplish everything you'd like to.
You just want to be able to express yourself twelve months a year...
...Without being judged by everyone around you.
It's not that you're opposed to other holidays, you just think Halloween and everything that it encompasses is superior.
Growing up, R.L. Stine was your favourite author.
And forget "Cinderella" or "Miss Mary Mack." You knew this was the only jump rope rhyme that mattered.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch was your childhood idol and you've spent your whole life wishing you could be a witch like her.
And more than once you've thought of seriously attempting witchcraft, because why the hell not.
You've also thought about buying a cauldron and using it on a daily basis.
Whenever the 13th lands on a Friday, you get extra excited.
And sometimes, in the middle of everyday situations, you get creative and pay homage to your favourite characters.
It wouldn't bother you at all if any place's decor looked like this year-round.
And you think they should keep haunted houses open all year instead of just in October.
You're drawn to anything with a Victorian Gothic theme.
And you know that black is the superior colour.
Your go-to look for any occasion calls for smokey eyes and an altogether vampy look.
You think all parties are automatically better if they're Halloween-themed.
And Halloween music shouldn't just be limited to October.
in fact, any song that has even a slightly creepy vibe has got you like:
And don't even get me started on Panic! at the Disco songs.
Your taste in movies and TV shows is comprised largely of the horror/supernatural genre.
And fucked-up storylines like those in AHS are what you live for.
You've seen so many horror movies it takes a lot to shock you anymore.
You force your friends and family to watch horror movies and TV shows with you all the time, even when they insist horror movies scare them too much.
And you show no sympathy when they have to cover their eyes or turn on all the lights to go to the bathroom afterwards.
Most people are in awe of your iron composure when it comes to all things horror.
And in turn it gives you a sort of thrill.
You have to be careful around children, often forgetting that just because you were a ~dark~ child, most kids nowadays are sheltered and believe the world is rainbows and unicorns.
Sometimes you honestly wish you could teach more kids to embrace the weird and spooky.
When put in a social situation meeting new people, you have to refrain from introducing yourself like this.
And when you do make a new friend, you have to spend a lot of time carefully scoping out their personality before you reveal your true self.
Like the fact that you find Skeet Ulrich's character in Scream oddly attractive.
Because unfortunately, this is the type of reaction you'll get from most people.
You can't please everyone.
You actually get amused when people don't recognize your weirdness.
And almost feel the need to let your freak flag fly.
But the greatest feeling is when you find someone else who embraces the darkness and oddness the way you do.
And the two of you can revel in the world of the spooky together.
So embrace the person you are...
...And remember that you can always go back and visit the worlds where Halloween truly does exist 365 days a year.
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