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18 Stages of A Student Halloween Night Out, As Told By Hocus Pocus

No matter what university you’re at or what year you’re in, there will probably be a Halloween night out and you will probably be going to it. And it will probably go something like this:

1. Spending the entire day being overexcited about your costume choice.

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2. And attempting to make it look attractive no matter what it is.

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3. Arriving in groups so that you all look ridiculous together.

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4. Observing what everyone else is wearing.

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5. And judging those who didn’t bother with a costume.

Why would you go out on Halloween in normal clothes?

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6. Seeing someone wearing the same thing as you.

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7. And trying not to get too annoyed about it.

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8. Not knowing which strange Halloween-themed drinks to choose from the menu.

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9. Trying to remain in character for photos.

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10. And also attempting to dance in character too.

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11. Wishing you had worn a more comfortable costume.

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12. Getting really tired of people trying to steal parts of your outfit.

If one more person tries to swipe your witches hat you’ll have to put a curse on them

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13. Feeling weirdly attracted to that person who was on point with their costume choice.

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14. Losing your temper when someone spills their drink on your costume.

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15. And then losing interest in drinking and dancing because you’re so hungry.

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16. Ordering copious amounts of greasy food that you would never eat when sober.

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17. Feeling the judgement of the people who weren’t on a Halloween night out as you make your way home.

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18. And looking forward to your hangover tomorrow morning.

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