Happy Halloween from everyone here at Hot Rag's!

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Happy Halloween from everyone here at Hot Rag's!

"What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o'-lantern by its diameter?Pumpkin π." 

                                   -Comedian John Evan's.  


Halloween is finally here and we couldn't be more excited for this spooky season, with haunted house and pumpkin patches whats not to love? But what do you really know about Halloween besides it's a great way to get free candy. If your anything like us and your answer is "Not much" than are you in for some sweet facts! Well there are many different story's on where Halloween originated, one thing people can agree on is that this holiday most likely started around 4000 B.C., which means Halloween has been around for over 6,000 years! Here's something were a little sad went out of style, originally trick or treater's would go door to door and dance in exchange for sweet treats and honestly we wouldn't mind seeing a transformer or princess bust a move! Everyone loves going to the pumpkin patch and picking out there own pumpkin to carve, but did you know originally people use to carve beats, turnips and potatoes. We think the idea of going to the "Beat patch" just wasn't as catchy, although Dwight Schrute might disagree with us on this one. Well we love this sweet holiday its only normal that you would want everyone in the family to dress up, that's right this year the most popular thing to dress your pet up as is a Pumpkin, Bumble Bee, Hot Dog and a Devil! Well your out this year stockpiling your own arsenal of sweet treats just remember to have fun and be safe! But most importantly remember to be especially cautious around clowns because everybody knows clowns can never be trusted.

                                           HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

1 comment

  • Sophia

    I wouldn’t mind carving a Beet in honor of Dwight Schrute! It’s crazy to think how “normal” traditions always have a different backstory.

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