What were you for Halloween last year?, did you go out with your kids and enjoy your WEDNESDAY NIGHT uuuggghhh. Halloween, as everyone knows, is held on October 31.
But the Halloween & Costume Association is aiming to move the annual evening of haunted houses and candy to the last Saturday of October, arguing that the switch will lead to a “safer, longer, stress-free celebration” that doesn’t find kids wired on sugar and going to bed way too late in the middle of the week.
The organization’s Change.org petition is certain to achieve its goal of 75,000 signatures, although it’s hard to say who has jurisdiction over when everyone should trick or treat.
Should Halloween Be Changed To The Last Sunday of October