To accuse others for oneâ€™s own misfortunes is a sign of want of education. To accuse oneself shows that oneâ€™s education has begun. To accuse neither oneself nor others shows that oneâ€™s education is complete.
I do so love it when people read and comply with the PSAs and suggestions I make. In this case, this fine Desi babe obviously chose her Halloween costume with my costuming and cosplay suggestion firmly in mind. 😆 😆 😈
To paraphrase Samuel L. Jackson’s most iconic piece of dialog, I’m Loving This Mutherf**king Snek In My Mutherf**king Halloween! 😆
And no, Folks. This is not a great piece of Photoshop or GIMP work. This is an actual snake. Specifically, it’s a ball python of one of several possible modern “morphs.” This one has been called both the Pumpkin Pied and Jack-o-Lantern morph, but could also be any one of a number of other named color/pattern varieties of ball python.
And so the true lasting horror of Halloween came to be. Sure, we’ve been told to blame George Renninger, a candymaker at the Wunderlee Candy Company in Philadelphia, for creating the monstrosity that is candy corn in the 1880s, and the Goelitz Confectionery Company who spread the evil to the world in 1898, but now we know the ugly truth.
With Halloween being a Sunday this year, it’s my guess that we’ll end up having early Halloween fun starting tonight and carrying through the weekend, with Sunday being mostly early and mostly for the kids. And, you know what? I’m 100% A-OK with that.
Beside, Trick-or-Treating Is Going To Be Awkward Again
Given that trick-or-treating this Sunday is once again going to be awkward and fear-filled – and not in a fun, spooky way – it’s probably for the best that we get a couple of days of more adult fun to fortify ourselves with before taking on this particular challenge.