13 Signs You Could be a Halloweenie

signs you could be a Halloweenie

Are you a Halloweenie?

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Do you find yourself counting down the days until Halloween all year round? Do you have a collection of spooky toys and action figures, a Krampus-themed Christmas tree, and an elaborate Halloween display in your front yard? If so, you might just be a Halloweenie. Don’t worry, you’re not alone – there are plenty of people out there who share your love for all things Halloween. In fact, we’ve compiled a list of 13 signs that you are a Halloweenie. So sit back, grab some candy corn, and read on to find out if you’re truly one of us.

1. You Start Planning Your Halloween Costume Months in Advance

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For Halloweenies, the costume is everything. You spend months scouring the internet for the perfect costume, and you’re not afraid to go all out. You might even make your own costume from scratch, just to make sure it’s perfect. The process of planning and creating your costume is almost as enjoyable as the holiday itself.

2. You Watch Horror Movies All Year Round

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While most people reserve horror movies for the Halloween season, Halloweenies watch them all year round. You love the thrill of being scared, and you’re always on the lookout for the next big horror movie. You might even have a horror movie collection that you watch on a regular basis.

3. You Love Escape Rooms, Especially Halloween-Themed Ones

Halloween escape rooms

Escape rooms have become increasingly popular in recent years, and Halloweenies love them. Escape rooms that are Halloween-themed are especially enjoyable. You love the thrill of trying to escape a haunted house or solving a Halloween mystery. It’s a fun way to get into the Halloween spirit, and it’s something you can enjoy with friends.

4. You Have a Collection of Spooky Toys and Action Figures

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Halloweenies love to surround themselves with spooky collectibles. Whether it’s a mini Jason Vorhees or a plushie Chucky, you have a collection of spooky toys and action figures. You might display them on shelves, or use them to decorate your home during Halloween.

5. You Like Krampus

Krampus costume

Krampus is the anti-Santa Claus who punishes naughty children. Halloweenies love Krampus, and might even have a Krampus-themed Christmas tree. You enjoy the dark side of the holiday, and Krampus is the perfect addition to your Halloween decor.

6. You Enjoy Going to Halloween Conventions and Events

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Halloween conventions and events are a great way to meet other Halloweenies who share your love for the holiday. You enjoy the vendor booths, cosplay, and special guests. It’s a chance to immerse yourself in all things Halloween and meet like-minded people.

7. You Decorate Your Home for Halloween with Elaborate Displays

Halloweenie pumpkin carving

Halloweenies don’t just stop at costumes and movies – they also love to decorate their homes for Halloween. You might have an elaborate display in your front yard, or create a haunted house inside your home. You use everything from jack-o-lanterns to skeletons to witches to create the perfect Halloween atmosphere.

8. You Collect Halloween-Themed Decor

Boo Sign Home Decor

In addition to decorating your home with elaborate displays, you also collect Halloween-themed decor. You might have Halloween-themed throw pillows, wall art, candles, and other decorative items. You enjoy creating a Halloween atmosphere in your home that lasts all season long.

9. You Enjoy Halloween-Themed Food and Drinks

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Halloweenies enjoy getting into the spirit of the holiday in all aspects of their life, including food and drinks. You might enjoy pumpkin spice lattes, candy corn, and Halloween-themed cocktails. You might even make Halloween-themed treats for your friends and family.

10. You Love to Read Horror Novels and Stories, Especially Ones Set During Halloween

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In addition to watching horror movies, Halloweenies also enjoy reading horror novels and stories. You love the atmosphere of horror, and Halloween-themed stories are especially enjoyable. Whether it’s a classic like “Dracula” or a modern horror novel set during Halloween, you enjoy immersing yourself in spooky tales.

11. You Host Halloween Parties

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As a Halloweenie, you love to share your love for the holiday with others. You might host elaborate Halloween parties, complete with decorations, costumes, and Halloween-themed food and drinks. You enjoy bringing people together to celebrate the holiday.

12. You Look Forward to Halloween All Year Round

Halloween countdown

For Halloweenies, Halloween isn’t just a one-day holiday – it’s a season. You look forward to it all year round, and start counting down the days as soon as summer ends. You love everything about the holiday, from the costumes to the decorations to the spooky atmosphere.

13. You Have a Halloween Dedicated Social Media Account

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In today’s digital age, it’s no surprise that Halloweenies have taken their love for the holiday to social media. If you have a dedicated Halloween-themed social media account, complete with spooky posts, Halloween makeup tutorials, and pumpkin carving tips, then you might be a Halloweenie. Whether you have multiple social media accounts or just one, your Halloween account is where you share your love for the holiday with others. You might follow other Halloweenies for inspiration, or use your account to connect with like-minded individuals. Either way, your Halloween social media presence is just another way that you express your love for the holiday.

Being a Halloweenie is more than just liking Halloween – it’s a way of life. If you identify with any or all of these signs, you might just be a Halloweenie. Embrace your love for the holiday and share it with others. Halloween is a time for fun, scares, and being your spooky self. Happy Halloween!

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