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Q: Any Halloween plans??????

6 years 19 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Qingdao

 
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Why would people residing in China want o parttake in such devil worship. Halloween is a way for fat American kids to get candy, what crazy person would send their kids out for trick or treating in China where they might come home with some delicious durian, some hell spicy fish-jerky or some soggy unsalted peanuts. 

 

That'd be a no :) 

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Meh. It's on a Friday, so I might have to host a Halloween party for my students again.

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I hear the chickens at the local KTV will be wearing wolf ears or devil horns with their chicken outfit.  Might be interesting 

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a lots of halloween themed parties going on in beijing, some might be worth checking out. also happy valley is having this halloween  zombie parade or whatever.

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  Gonna get the mother in-law drunk, sit her in the street and call "Penny for the guy." Then when i've made enough, i'm gonna set her on fire and go to the pub. Hold your horses, i'm thinking of Guy Fawks, aren't I? Well in that case, change of plan, i'm gonna dress up as Casper the Friendly Ghost......................and set fire to my mother in-law.

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