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Our Halloween gift baskets brings treats to your front door instead of you knocking on everyone else's! We make and send premium Halloween gift sets with our gift basket delivery service. It's that time of year again, when everyone is in their best-dressed costume and await the evening to go get their candy and their yearly quota of spooks. Although Halloween is a holiday for both guys and ghouls, anyone of any age can enjoy the sweets and scares.
Our Halloween gift baskets are specially made for the midnight munchies under the full moon and witches flying across the sky. Our Popular Chocolate Gift Baskets have all the Halloween hits in one container. Filled with M$M's, Kit Kat, Fuzzy Peach, and so many more classics, you can send one straight to someone's doorstep. If someone can't make it out to trick or treat this year, send them a gift basket to their house instead.
Turn your home into a haunted house and invite the neighbors over for a bowl of eyeball punch. Play the classic Halloween movies such as Halloweentown, Hocus Pocus, and The Haunted Mansion! If you prefer horror, opt for an 80s classic. Every year, kids and adults alike look forward to dawning their new costume, and spent the last 364 days figuring out what to be. If you're not going trick or treating, have a Tim Burton marathon instead! The king of all things eerie and creepy directed Edward Scissorhands, Beetle Juice, Corpse Bride, and so much more!
They say the scarier the haunt, the sweeter the candy, and it's true! Your sugary loot is a reward for your bravery! Make sure you hide it from your parents so they don't participate in Jimmy Kimmel's annual "I Told My Kids I Ate Their Halloween Candy" special. As a kid, your trick or treating bag holds your most valuable currency. Forget the tooth-fairy money, if you manage to score a jumbo-sized coffee crisp or white chocolate Reese's Cup, you were the coolest kid in class. Here's a tip: give all your least favorite treats to mom and dad or trade them with your sibling for something better.
Every once in a while, you may be bummed to receive an apple or a toothbrush. But variety is always a good thing! It always nice to jazz it up. We once heard a story that when a house ran out of their candy, they started giving out cash instead!
As autumn comes, so do the chai lattes and pumpkin patches. And right at the end is Halloween, which is celebrated with costume parties, carving jack-o-lanterns, apple bobbing, telling scary stories, and visiting "haunted" attractions.
Choosing a costume can be difficult, and the best ones usually take a year's worth of planning. Whether you want to go solo or participate in a group costume, draw inspiration from everyday things such as songs, TV shows, sayings, and other interesting sources of pop culture. Some ideas include:
The cast of Empire: Or just Cookie and Luscious, because their costume design is amazing.
A pun: Take a phrase, like pop star for example, and take it literally. Dress as a bottle of soda with a star crown, and bam, pop star!
Something nostalgic: 90s babies, how about dressing up as Furbies this year!
Halloween doesn't have to be scary. It's the perfect opportunity for self expression and to showcase your creative side. If you can't think of anything, you can go as yourself, with a humorous twist, such as "broke student" or "underpaid intern".