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Do you celebrate Halloween? 

62%
728 deviants said Yes
38%
438 deviants said No

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IridescentCatalyst Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013
Meh, not really.
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TheAwesomeHetalian Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013
Halloween is the best day of the year! I look forward to it more than Christmas and even my own Birthday!
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carnival Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
even being an Australian, I still like to where possible~~ :'S EXTRA EXCUSE FOR A PARTY/HOLIDAY PEOPLE..! X'S
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Keaze Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
It wasn't a thing in my country until shops and American movies started pushing it. I don't remember anyone celebrating it when I was a kid so I always saw it as a foreign holiday. We already have maškare in February, the point of which is also to put on a costume, except there's no macabre atmosphere about it. I like the carnival atmosphere a lot more.
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Did2009 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Student
No, I wish I could but in where I live Halloween is not celebrated at all, we have a different holiday but Halloween is more fun, I wish I could try it just for once,
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wezenbeesje Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012  Professional General Artist
Same here. I'd love to dress up and get candy. :p
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Did2009 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012  Student
Yeah! it would be awesome! all the trick or treat sounds so fun!
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Maeveh Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes and no.
And with that I mean I live in a country where Halloween is extremely underrated, no kids ever dress up anymore, and you're lucky if you're invited to a Halloween party for adultsish people.
This year I stayed at home and created scary cosplay props and painted myself so that I looked like I'd been beaten up! Very pleased with the result. My dad wasn't.
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GingerFoxy Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Professional
Kind of planning to celebrate it year after year, but ending up with a really sucky night each time. I'm mostly ticked off about having moved to the UK when I was too old for trick-or-treating (I have been teased with Halloween cartoons as a kid and seeing children get free candy that I couldn't have) . So now my options seem to narrow down to going out and drinking to celebrate, which I find incredibly boring. But I like the idea of dressing up as a monster.
This year my costume was a bit too ambitious and it didn't get finished on time. However, me and my housemates are planning to shoot a home-made cheesy horror when I do finish it.
I think I might start celebrating by helping other people put their costumes together and doing special effect make-up. I enjoy the creative process far more than partying.
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CostumesbyCourtney Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Heeeelllll yes!
It's the greatest time of the year, Xmas is stupid with its lack of costumes and horror.
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