What can adults do on Halloween?
- Dress up in costume and actually go out. Head out to a costume party or attend any fine establishment that's hosting a Halloween costume contest.
- Have a scary movie marathon.
- Eat tons of candy.
- Check out haunted places in your area.
- Visit a haunted house.
Then, what can you do on Halloween night?
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- Watch a scary movie.
- Binge-watch a season of American Horror Story.
- Carve pumpkins.
- Go bobbing for apples.
- Hit up a hayride.
- Or hit up a haunted house.
- Head to a Halloween party — or host one of your own!
- Bake a candy cake.
Subsequently, question is, what can you do on Halloween during the day? 30 Fun and Cheap Things to Do This Halloween
- Drink pumpkin spice lattes.
- Visit an actual haunted site.
- Gut a pumpkin and toast the seeds.
- Find your way through a corn maze.
- Pass out candy to trick-or-treaters.
- Jump around in leaves.
- Experiment with spooky cocktails.
- Pig out on Halloween candy.
Similarly, you may ask, what can you do on Halloween by yourself?
8 Ways To Spend Halloween By Yourself This Year If You Don't Feel Like Going Out
- Take A Walk. Giphy.
- Watch A Movie. Giphy.
- Have A TV Show Marathon. Giphy.
- Do Something Not Very Halloween At All. Giphy.
- Buy Yourself A Bunch Of Candy. Giphy.
- Bake Or Cook Something Comforting Or Festive. Giphy.
- Do Some Pampering. Giphy.
- Sleep. Giphy.
Why do we say trick or treat?
The phrase is a subtle suggestion that if a treat (like candy) is given, then the child will not perform a “trick" (mischief) on the owner of the house. This popular Halloween custom has its origins in the ancient practices of “souling" and “guising."