Sometimes, when you’re a grown-up, you choose to celebrate Halloween on the weekend prior to the Monday date.
That, inevitably, will lead you to be one of the few humans dressed up in fine, Franklin Street establishments on Homecoming weekend at UNC.
Establishments like the Crunkleton, where the ice is in giant, perfect cubes and the cocktails are the freshest, best made I’ve had in North Carolina. I’ll take a Tom Collins, thank you.
Or He’s Not Here, home of the infamous 32 oz blue cups.
Don’t worry, though. If you follow your heart, you will wind up at the promised land.
In this case, the promised land was a little costume party at one of my personal favorite bars in Chapel Hill, Kildare’s.
You’ll reunite with friends, both old
And end up dancing on a table, which was apparently the thing to do (sweet Hallo-rhyme, Jordan).
And, even when you’re sitting in your living room full of burger and pumpkin beer, and you haven’t gotten one trick-or-treater (WHATEVER, more candy for me!), you’ll be glad that you celebrated Halloween exactly the way you wanted to.
Merry Halloween, folks.
Did you celebrate Halloween (or Halloweekend) this year?
What was your costume?
PS big thanks to Gwen Stefani and No Doubt for Halloween-spiration this year!
14 thoughts on “Halloweekend at UNC”
LOVE your costume…brought back 90’s memories! 🙂 I was a German beer girl…you’d appreciate that one 🙂
Oooh, Alexa, zehr gut!
dancing on tables, dressing up, lots of time with college pals. it’s like we had a mary kate and ashley weekend.
Love it. Even got a dose of Makeover Machine thanks to bright red lipstick and a bindi!
Miss the Crunkleton! Coming in December…will you be up home for the holidays or staying local?
I’ll be in town until December 23, and return January 2. Something about the blistering cold and snow of Philly just calls my name. When are you coming?!
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Your outfit turned out so well!! I think everyone should celebrate Halloween all weekend, and weekends prior, to the actual holiday. Dressing up is just too much fun.
All weekends, probably. Theme parties FOREVER!
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The speedy Gonzales costume was the best, and no pictures 🙁