Halloween Is Truly Here

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Went shopping today and realized that Halloween is well and truly here in Jakarta. All the shops have some Halloween decorations and also have Halloween merchandise for sale.

Miss D’s Haughted House will go live next Friday Night. She can’t wait for the big night.

Are you Halloween ready?

We sure are!

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Pirate season starts here for Halloween! Arggggg, me hearties!

Receptionist wearing Halloween Pirate Hat. Handsome boy. Lovely smile.

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How big is this pumpkin? Ginormous! Wonder how many tummies this can fill!

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More pumpkins! That’s the spirit!

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AHHH!! Spiders… Get them out of the house! This one’s working hard, getting ready for some SPOOKINESS!

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BOO!!! Did I scare you?

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Watch out! The black cat is in town.

Sure don’t want to be stalked by that… bad luck…

Ready for a joke? We are so Halloween ready that we’re telling jokes about black cats! (Wait… is that bad luck too? Find out in the joke!)

Q: If a black cat is following you, is it bad luck?

A: Well, it depends if you are a human or a mouse!

Miss D finds this joke perfect for Halloween! Do you have any Halloween jokes in stall? If so, post a comment or send us a quick email!

Happy Halloween my dear friends! Don’t forget to trick ‘n’ treat!

Article credit: Miss D
Photo credit: Miss D

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11 responses to “Halloween Is Truly Here

  1. I love the decorations. I don’t have any good jokes though. 🙂

    Thank you,

    Naia.

  2. Here’s a few jokes for Halloween:
    Why don’t skeletons like parties? They have no body to dance with.

    What do you get when you cross a vampire and a snowman? Frostbite.

    Where did the vampire open his savings account? At a blood bank.

    These are oldies but goodies and always good for a chuckle. Remind me of when I was a kid. Hope you all have a really good time too!

  3. I had no idea Halloween was so popular over there! It is, of course, here in Missisippi. Decorations all over the place. Kids buying out the costumes in local stores . . and. I. Hate. It.!!!

    I know, it is harmless, the kids have fun, sugar highs abound, teens are out for a bit of harmless egg throwing and toilet tissue decorating trees . . .. But to me, it is extortion by a bunch of little greedy brats who tell you to give them candy OR ELSE they will “trick” you. That generally means yard mayhem.

    So, as not to ruin anyone’s fun, I take my dogs and we go hang out in my bedroom to watch the telly while my husbands sets up a new yearly trick to scare the daylights out of the kids who come to our door. Then he hands out the candy. He figures too many kids just come up to the door, hold out their bag, mumble trick or treat, thanks, and wander off to the next house. At least at our house they get something different along with the candy.

    I also have a mechanical witch (very creepy looking) that we stand in the shrubs, it only activates if someone gets really close to it, then the lights come on where the eyes are, and it cackles the most awful laugh. The kids LOVE it, the parents, not so much.

  4. Oh.

    The US has truly exported its Holloween tradition. If I’d look at the photos only, I’d think those were American stuff.

    Cheers !

    • Yes, not only the Halloween tradition. Wait till you see Christmas! It is HUGE as well. Jakarta has many, many American stuff. All the top brands all over the world are here. They must got more brands than Sydney has. Topshop, for example, only opened very recently in Sydney, but Jakarta has had it for some time already. Probably because the population here? Rich can be extremely rich…

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