The Hallowe’en Dogs Of War

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Yes, it’s that time of the year when Americans inexplicably choose to humiliate their pets by dressing them up in Hallowe’en costumes, but I have to admit that some are pretty funny.

We’ve never quite grasped the whole Hallowe’en shoppertunity here in England, because of the event’s late arrival so close to our more political dark night, Guy Fawkes’ Night, which is now losing ground to the Orange & Black Plastic Bucket Sales Device.

And it seemed my old neighbourhood kid misunderstood the Trick or Treat thing. One night I opened my front door to be confronted by two (uncostumed) children who said; ‘Give us some money or we’ll break your windows.’ When I explained the correct procedure to them, they were all ‘Yeah, whatever’, and went off to frighten someone else. Nice.


9 comments on “The Hallowe’en Dogs Of War”

  1. Jo W says:

    Wot? I think I’ve woken up into a parallel universe! Help! I’m seeing monster dogs!

  2. Dan Terrell says:

    In a word: Excellent.

  3. snowy says:

    I was a ‘trifle’ surprised not to get a report from the cakeshop in Brick Lane, but I expect everybody was very busy.

    [Link above, looks a bit grizzly, but just remember it’s only chocolate, it’s only chocolate]

  4. Dan Terrell says:

    A whole new meaning to put your foot in your mouth, Snowy.

  5. admin says:

    I presume you’re talking about The Depressed Cake Shop, Brick Lane, Snowy? Or something else?

  6. snowy says:

    I believe it’s called “Eat Your Heart Out”, at least this year. It’s a seasonal ‘pop-up’ so it could change.

  7. snowy says:

    Now this is embarrassing, having checked more carefully, ‘Depressed’ is the charity strand organised by the same people.

    [But it does let me sneak in another naughty link to some more of their creations.]

  8. Helen Martin says:

    The hands and feet were quite enough, thank you, Snowy

  9. glasgow1975 says:

    Oh that Alien ‘chinese’ turned my stomach even if I knew it was just sauce & baby sweetcorn

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