Halloween is almost upon us again (Oct 31). While I'm sure all you fun party people out there are getting into the supernatural spirit, I find this non-holiday holiday to be about as exciting as someone who shows up to a costume party wearing a white sheet with two holes cut out for eyes. Yes, that means that my lame self will probably just sit at home eating all the candy that I'm supposed to be handing out to trick-or-treating kids (and I'll love every cavity-producing second of it).
However, some of the quirky characteristics that come with All Hallows Eve don't seem to be confined to one day of the year in Thailand. In fact, it appears that the spooks, scares and slutiness are often seen in our daily lives. Here are three ways that the Halloween spirit can manifest itself all year round.
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