How Do Grown-Ups Celebrate Halloween

How Do Grown-Ups Celebrate Halloween skull

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Enjoy a Scary Movie Marathon

When you were little, those Halloween movie classics likely kept you awake at night wondering if the Boogie Man is real. Now that you’re older, you’re free to watch as many scary movies as you want. Host your own scary movie marathon with your movie-loving friends, and make it an event everyone can enjoy.

Enjoy some classic Halloween favorites like Hocus Pocus, Halloween, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, choose some scarier horror movies like The Shining or Saw. Just don’t be surprised if you want to sleep with the lights on later.

Throw Your Own Dinner Party

While adults might be too old for candy (or not!) and silly foods, who doesn’t look a themed dinner party? I guarantee your friends are just looking for an excuse to wear a fun costume, and a dinner party is the perfect occasion. Create a fall-themed menu and invite your friends over for a fright-filled night.

Host your own costume party with your guests. Go as silly or as serious as you like. Check these Sexy Costumes for Women, Adult Halloween Costumes 2017 Ideas | 3WISHES.COM for inspiration. Don’t forget the cocktails at your party. This is an adult party, after all, so go all in with the libations to impress your guests.

How Do Grown-Ups Celebrate Halloween

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Visit a Haunted House

Who said haunted houses are just for kids? In fact, there are some haunted houses today that are pushing the boundaries of fear, and these are intended for adults. You can find a haunted house in your city, and maybe even a haunted hayride if you want to enjoy some fall fun.

If you’re feeling adventurous, travel to one of the most highly-anticipated haunted houses in the country. Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios is the most well known, and this event is hosted during special nights all season long. You can enjoy haunted houses with all kinds of different themes like A Nightmare on Elm Street, Stranger Things, and The Walking Dead. Trust me, these aren’t for the faint of heart.

Put Yourself in a Sugar Coma

Not a fan of haunted houses or scary movies? You can still embrace the spirit of Halloween by enjoying all the sugary sweets your heart desires. Who says you can’t relieve the glory days of your youth by celebrating the same way you did when you went trick-or-treating. Maybe you can hand out candy to the kids in your neighborhood, or even just eat some (or all!) of that candy yourself. Who said you had to share?

There’s nothing sweeter than indulging in Halloween candy favorites. From candy corn to pumpkin-flavored treats, there’s no better way to take in this special holiday than embracing your sweet tooth a little bit.

Halloween Like an Adult

There are no rules when it comes to All Hallows Eve. Just because you’ve grown up doesn’t mean you can’t still make the most of this time of year. Gather your friends for a party or a night of haunted houses, or stay in with your favorite scary movies and treats. Halloween has been a part of American tradition for generations, so make sure you have a great time this fall with your own form of adult celebration.

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