Hey guys! Happy Halloween and Happy Day of the Dead! Hopefully your night was better then mine, haha.
So I had planned to have all of these cool pictures, and to tell you about this cool event that my friend, Sam, and I went to, dressed in the cool costumes that we went to a parallel universe to find (if confused, see the last post), but… that didn’t happen.
So, here’s what DID happen.
I woke up, showered, did my morning routine, so on and so forth. Then, after lunch, I got dressed. As I said before I was Edward Kenway from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag.
An hour or so later, I walked the almost 40 minutes up to the train station to meet Sam as she came in from work. By the way, as a reminder, she was Ezio Auditore da Firenze from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed II, which she wore to work.
Ignore my messy room. I’m in the middle of a few things that I will talk about in a later post.
So what we HAD planned on doing was going to something called the 2nd Annual Halloween Extravaganza in Bristol Borough, a 20 minute bus ride from my house (and even shorter by train). The issue was… every website that talked about it had a different time on it for when the event was. Google said 6pm – 11pm. Another website said 10pm – 3am. And the Facebook event said said 2pm – 6pm!! And since Sam and I have to save money (for which I will announce closer to the end of November 😉 ) we had to walk the 40 minutes home and make dinner first, rather then paying to eat at the event…
There was another free event, down in Center City that we considered. It was free, and it was a dance party in some club, right near the train station. The issue was… it didn’t start till 11pm, and went on till 4am. And since SOMEONE (*coughSamcough*) had work early this morning, we couldn’t go.
The only thing we did get to do was take pictures inside GameStop on the walk back from the train to my house.
See, that’s the issue with Halloween being in the middle of the week. All the fun Halloween stuff happened the weekend before… when we were busy. Not only that, but there were just no parties going on the night of Halloween that we could easily get to.
Ah, the life of a commuter.
So, yeah, this year was kind of a bust with Halloween, but with how sturdy our costumes are, this isn’t the only year we plan on wearing them. Who knows, maybe next year will be better!