Well, it's here - Halloween! I know your kids have already got their costume perfected and can't wait to get out there and show it off. You might even have one for a party you're going to, or to wear going out Trick or Treating with them.
We get it now. The fact that Halloween has become a socially acceptable excuse for women (and some men) to dress as provocatively as possible without getting arrested isn’t some sad commentary on modern society. No, it’s much more than that.
Halloween is right around the corner. All the kids are excited to put on their costume, go trick-or-treating and collect all the candy that they can. That is the tradition of Halloween. Adults dress up and usually consume too much of that liquid gold and make a fool of themselves. Halloween doesn't stop there though: people have started to get their dogs in the Halloween festivities.
It's that time of year again, and every super store you walk into has Halloween decorations up and two or three aisles dedicated to Halloween. Halloween has always been about getting dressed up and enjoying the festivities. For adults, we may enjoy a costume party, but the holiday is for the kids. Getting dressed up and going trick or treating to get candy. So why are super stores selling "n