In the words of Sue Sylvester, Halloween is better known as "the day when parents encourage little boys to dress like little girls and little girls to dress like whores and go door-to-door browbeating hardworking Americans into giving them free food."
So true, Sue.
I get to avoid the browbeating and the inevitable parade of Snookis this year because I'll be in DC this weekend!
In honor of the Rally for Sanity and/or Fear, I thought I'd ask these questions three:
Which book still scares the bejesus out of you?
Which book do you turn to when you need some sanity back in your life?
If you are dressing up for Halloween, what is your costume?
Have a good/scary/chocolate-filled weekend, everyone!