‘Cause I felt like it, and I have the candy and everything ready for when the trick-or-treaters start coming. (I even have the jack-o-lanterns lit and a Halloween station playing on Pandora on the TV. I’m trying.)
(I am totally already into the candy. Like, cherry blow-pops are a
singular weakness of mine.)
The jack-o-lanterns got a little conceptual this year. IDEK, why, but they did.
Y’all may or may not remember zombie!bunny, but yeah, he decided this year that he wanted to make a Halloween appearance and that he absolutely needed to have a zombie!bride of his very own.
Well, needless to say, I wasn’t going to sacrifice a helpless little bunny to his devious designs, so I dressed up a pumpkin.
He went for it–idek how–but he did. They seem very happy together, yeah?
We’re calling him Harvey, by-the-by.
…hopefully, this doesn’t start a zombie!pumpkin trend that will lead to a zombie!pumpkin apocalypse. *frets*
We also had a little ghost-pumpkin wander by. He’s a bit dim and confused, for some reason.
Unfortunately, our other jack-o-lantern doesn’t precisely trust him.
Totally with the side-eye-ing. Jeez, dude, get a grip already. He’s not doing anything.
…and, we’ve totally had three kids already. Sad costumes are sad.
Totally teenage boys, but yeah, last year, there weren’t a whole lot of exciting costumes either. I don’t necessarily have any room to talk, except that I’m totally dressed as Stiles from Teen Wolf but a fandom-version. For some reason, Stiles shows up with fox ears often in this fandom, so I have my fuzzy blue ears on.
Obscure reference is really fucking obscure. *meh*
…we just had the cutest little skeleton. <3
Okay, so this is really being totally not-an-art post, but it’s Halloween! And, conceptual!pumpkins are conceptual, right?
There’s another post coming (probably tomorrow) about National Novel Writing Month and my classes actually being, ya know, taught!