I think we can all argue that this year has truly been spooky in its own ways, to say the least. However, it’s finally that time of year for the actual spooky season, when we carve pumpkins, wear costumes, and make fun of those who drink spiced Starbucks drinks. In addition to the festivities, this time of year also provides some quality internet content to laugh about, especially in this…unique…year. Here are some of my favorite Halloween-themed tweets of 2020 to get you in the spooky spirit.
can’t believe halloween finally being on a saturday will consist of me sitting at home in a costume alone and probably crying
— bea (@beamiller) October 3, 2020
Depressing, yet relatable.
how tf is next week the last week of October i haven’t even gone to a pumpkin patch
— janelle (@jaannellee) October 18, 2020
The season is flying by so fast I can barely keep up with festivities. I, too, have yet to go to a pumpkin patch OR carve pumpkins. It’s a shame really. Hint, hint.
Elmo pumpkin. I think the tweet says it all for itself.
for my scariest Halloween look this year I’m just gonna paint 2020 on my head and call it a day, honestly.
— NikkieTutorials (@NikkieTutorials) October 2, 2020
This one is definitely winning the virtual costume party.
halloween comin up?? boutta scare my mom wit these grades
— Corn 🌟 (@snootid) October 12, 2020
Happy Halloween mom ❤️
A mini pumpkin inside a pumpkin house. That’s it. That’s the tweet.
the amityville horror house, where 6 people were murdered, feels the need to decorate for halloween pic.twitter.com/ddnTRCh9L3
— pj evans (@pjayevans) October 12, 2020
Boo? I guess?
Are u guys dressing up for halloween and then just like vibing in your kitchen as Dracula or what . what’s the situation
— Michaela Okland (@MichaelaOkla) October 16, 2020
The answer is yes.
Dressing up as a covid denier for Halloween is easy. You don’t even need a mask.
— Justine Stafford (@JustineStafford) October 9, 2020
We love an affordable costume.
me trying to find a cure for covid to save Halloween pic.twitter.com/6t2wcdEZyF
— jam (@wiitchz) September 4, 2020
Please keep us updated, we have ten days left.
Happy Halloween! And please stay safe.
When’s the next Ad Society meeting?
This Thursday, October 22nd at 6:15 p.m. is our next meeting featuring guest speaker Melanie Lu, a producer at Arts & Letters Creative Co. If you haven’t received the newsletter with the Zoom login information, make sure to DM us on Instagram @ufadsociety to get added to the mailing list. See you there!