I am not very fond of people who go Trick or Treating around my area. They like to do it around the time I want to eat. Okay, that's not so bad. Perhaps doing it in a country that doesn't care about the holiday? Getting there, but they can still hope for some candy. What about the fact I have people, every year, turn up in no costume with a plastic bag from the local Woolies asking for sweets? That's where I draw my line.
So what do I do? I make it more fun for myself. In years past, I invited my mates over. Got a load of water bombs filled up and some water-guns to boot. If a kid comes without a costume, soak them. I can't tell you how much fun it is sitting on a roof and bombing them with water, without showing you footage.
This year though, such fun tactics can't be had, as it's our HSC and we're not really doing anything until after. So what do I do? Simple, I just have to play some "oh so scary and heavy music", it keeps them away better than I originally could've hoped for.
I know, I sound like the Halloween version of the Grinch. Don't get me wrong, if I was in America with a costume, I'd love to join in such fun activities as begging for candy. As it is, I cannot stand kids with no costumes just trying to scab candy when no one does it anyway.
So what else is happening in the world of DA? Well I went to the hairdressers today to get my hair chemically straightened. The stuff smelled terrible and made me want to be sick, not to mention having to sit completely still. Though having said this, if it can dry straight for once I'll be happy. At the moment it doesn't have much volume, though I assume it's because it's just been done. Anyway, can't complain if you have your hair washed there three times, which can also be seen as three head massages.
Two exams to go, Modern History and Economics. After that I'm done and off to England shortly after.
I also finished reviewing the book series of Harry Potter, all seven can be found in my contributions. I plan to do the movies in the future, only done the sixth so far I believe.