Claire, as a fellow soccer mom, I'm officially asking for an apology. Your Insane Asylum of Horror, had you let it stand, would truly have been the most frightening house in the neighborhood. But for different reasons than you think.
UPDATE: This version of the story includes quotes from eyewitness Dave Viets and a new photo. "The guy, Kory, tossed it from
When the sugar crash hits, whether the kid falls to the sidewalk in a full-on tantrum, or merely falls asleep with his face in a pile of Milk Duds, it's all right. The kids are not evil; the parents are not ineffectual. It's Halloween. Despite how scary things may look, no real harm has been done.
Check out the video above! "I like Halloween because it’s the one time of year you can dress up however you want, and pretend
There's not much to say about North West dressing as a skunk for Halloween, except that the cuteness is almost unbearable
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Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan covered it all on "Live's Best Halloween Show Ever Seriously" special on Friday. Bravo! The
It's that time of the year, folks. Think you've got an awesome Halloween costume? Well, show us what you got! HuffPost Comedy
As we again approach the witching hour, the media has come through with a new and improved scary story for the parents of 2014: marijuana tainted Halloween candy.
Snapchat can get pretty wild, but this ghost took it to the next level. The funny folks at FLAMA put together this sketch
But if you really want to make an impression, there is only one character to dress up as: Jessica Rabbit. Read more on Coed.com
Sure, sparkly ballerinas and Disney princess are always a viable (read: safe) option when it comes to dressing for Halloween. But let's not forget, All Hallows' Eve is a night reserved for hair-raising, bone-chilling good fun.
Youtube user SideTrack Bandits has a great video compilation of costumes for lazy people, but this one wins. Wrap yourself