Toddrick Hall and AJ Rafael re-creating Disney’s best moments
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My coworker passed this sign on her way home the other day. Talk about a marriage doomed from the start!!
How does trick-or-treating work where you live? Where I live you yell trick-or-treat as loud as you can to get the person to come to the door, but that post where Isabelle goes over Halloween manners she says to knock or ring the doorbell and say trick-or-treat politely. Some of my internet friends say that it works that way too.
Is knocking first an American thing or is yelling as loud as you can a Canadian thing or is it dependant on the area you live in or what?
USA resident chiming in… When I was a kid Trick or Treating in the 80s, and early 90s, we would ring the doorbell or knock, AND yell “trick or Treat” really loudly as well.
These days, I don’t see kids going door to door trick or treating anymore. They seem to just do community parties or events now.
|Me:||wanna hear a joke?|
|Me:||okay, what do you call a polite male dentist?|
|Friend:||I swear to god, don't.|
|Friend:||please leave my house.|
There was a powerful urgency in him that roused me to response despite his awkwardness. Not wanting to lecture nor yet to highlight my own experience, I let him do what he would, only offering an ocassional suggestion, such as that he might carry his weight on his elbows and not my chest.
As yet too hungry and too clumsy for tenderness, still he made love with a sort of unflagging joy that made me think that male virginity might be a highly underrated commodity.