31 October 2010


In our borderless world, anybody can send this wish!

I hear that some clubs are celebrating here in Kuala Lumpur.  No wonder that masks, plastic pumpkins, pitchforks and such were on sale in supermarkets!

Anyway, joining all of them to say

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Martin Lee said...

Those days pumpkins reminded us a sumptous dish on the table. And nowadays they symbolize this special day much celebrated in the West especially United States!

Happy Halloween day!

STEEST said...

Hi Martin

You are right. Pumpkins for us are associated with food! Typically Asian thinking. LOL

However, as stated in Wikipedia "Halloween (or Hallowe'en) is an annual holiday observed on October 31, primarily in the United States, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. It has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holiday All Saints' Day, but is today largely a secular celebration."

Just like Valentine's day, it's become comercialised.

Anyway, all in fun heh! :)

Pat said...

And so secularians like me must rejoice!!!! ;)

I love the way so many people are so inventive with their costumes! So fun, eh?

I wonder if All Hallow's Eve was meant to be a night of merriment, or a night to beware the scary, evil ghosts that crept out of their graves for a night of revelry and misery! MUAHAHAHAH!

Happy Halloween to you, too!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for an idea, you sparked at thought from a angle I hadn’t given thoguht to yet. Now lets see if I can do something with it.

STEEST said...

Hi Pat Darling

I was amazed to find so many Halloween items on sale in the malls.

Jared came back with some masks that he bought because his band was going to play in some club and they dressing to the theme of the night.

Me, give me Deepavali, Hari Raya or Chinese New Year anytime!

Halloween ah, gives me a bit of goosebumps! :)