"Are you saying that I put an abnormal brain into a seven and a half foot long, fifty-four inch wide gorilla?"
These kind of things come out every year...and every year I face the same heart- and headache over whether to eat them or display them. The cliche writers were so right. You can't eat your Creepy Crawlers and have them, too.
New Halloween design for these A&W and 7Up mini-cans, and like their predecessors, the white spaces still turn a weak blue when cold.
I'm not a beer drinker at all, but I really had to fight the urge to buy every Autumn- and Halloween-themed beer in the store. They always have the best label artwork. Actually, I shouldn't have fought it. That would have been a great photo essay.
The new box art is a bit bland (as was the previous box art), especially with subjects of such classically spooky potential, but I'm just happy I found all three this year. If, as is often the case, I can only find one or two, then I won't buy them that year. After all, it takes all three to make Count FrankenBoo.
Friends of ours made us lady finger cookies and brain-topped cupcakes one night. Then we watched a movie about giant alien octopi that wasn't about giant alien octopi.
Sonic gave out these Halloween Creature Specs in their kids meals this season (Thanks to Pat, without whom I wouldn't have been able to "Collect All Four!").
Few things are more Halloween-nostalgic to me than McDonald's Halloween pails. Although these aren't the McBoo pails of yester-decades, they're still the closest things we've had in a long time.