It takes diff'rent strokes to move the world
How was your Halloween dear readers? Did you take the kids out trick-or-treating? Or did you just wait at home for the creatures to come for your candy and lifeblood? It's always interesting to see how different places celebrate the same festival in different ways.
In Hong Kong, adults tried to educate children about avian flu by waging a scare campaign.
Meanwhile in Manila, someone let their daughter go out dressed like Darna, proving that fashionwise at least, superheroes can be just as crappy role models as Britney Spears or Christina Aguilera.
Japan did not disappoint, showing us that the next generation of cosplayers are carefully being groomed.
Palestine also got into the swing of things, although pink bunny mask boy felt slightly underdressed.
In Las Vegas, there were no children to be seen. Just men and their open agendas.
Over in California, the governor assured his bee-costumed friend that whatever he was pointing at, "it's not a tumaa!"
Zoo animals in Sydney sought to break the monotony of zoo life by making fang-carved pumpkins.
However in the Hilton household, it was merely business as usual.
Another blog to visit: Andrea Arbour: Journal - I prefer spearmint to peppermint.