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I’ve been asked what my daughter is going to be for her first Halloween. “A baby,” I might reply. Someone else asked if she was going to wear a costume. “She’ll wear a diaper…that’s a more elaborate costume than most people will wear.” I try to get people to smile and chuckle with these tongue-in-cheek replies rather than go into a long, drawn-out discussion of why I detest Halloween. I could very easily (and probably should) present my grounds on the cultural and religious aspects of the “holiday”. But even secular grounds are sufficient for doing so:
Alas, my soapbox. But after walking around the aforementioned Halloween section, you’ll be craving some soap and hot water.