#trickortreat

#horror
10 Halloween T-Shirts that are Spooky and FunLove Halloween but don't want to wear cumbersome costumes? T-shirts to the rescue: wear comfy shirts with cool Halloween-inspired designs created by indie artists instead.Check out Spooky Daily's top 10 selections of spooky and fun Halloween T-shirts that you can wear all day and all night long. Best of all, these are all available in inclusive sizes, including Big & Tall up to 10XL.Get them from the NeatoShop: Halloween T-Shirts​Wide Range of Sizes, Including Big and Tall up to 10XLThe NeatoShop's Halloween T-shirts are available in a wide range of sizes, including unisex and ladies slim fit (from S to 2XL), and Big and Tall T-shirts (sizes: 3XL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL, 7XL, 8XL, 9XL and 10XL). They carry youth/kid sizes, toddler tees, and baby snapsuits as well, with worldwide shipping.Design above: Hello-ween by Harebrained Design features a walking Jack-O-Lantern tipping the top of its head as if it's a hat, saying "Hello ... ween" (get it?) The smiling pumpkin is silhouetted by a full moon and accompanied by two flying bats.#Halloween #HalloweenShirts #Featured
#vintage
A Halloween PSA from 1977This 1977 film is delightfully retro and creepy. It wasn't meant to be creepy, just a little ominous because it's a safety film for trick-or-treat night. There are many ways Halloween costumes can be dangerous for little kids, and these tips for making them safer are pretty good. I especially liked the makeup sequence, as the kids looked so much better in face paint than in those cheap, ugly masks. The kids at the party looked awesome, despite the cheap polyester costumes, because I remember trick-or-treating back in the say, and half the kids I would see were dressed as "hobos," meaning they didn't really plan a costume at all.Trick-or-treat has changed a lot since then. We now have reflective tape and glow sticks. No kid would ever think of trick-or-treating on a bicycle. Their parents accompany them. Expanded Daylight Saving Time means trick-or-treat is mostly over before dark. And Halloween revelers don't stay in their own neighborhoods; they go to an area where the houses are dense, the terrain is level, and there are sidewalks and street lights. In other words, my neighborhood. Decades after the poison candy panics, we are used to inspecting our kids' candy when they get home, but it's mainly to appropriate the Reece's peanut butter cups and other premium treats. -via Mental Floss​#vintage #PSA #trickortreat