Happy Halloween to all my spooky readers!
Tonight my friend Sheila and I are hitting the town dressed as a "cat fight." Basically, we're wearing workout outfits with boxing gloves and cat ears! A super cute and easy look that we picked up from a BuzzFeed list. Shameless plug: Follow me on Instagram @yespleasebro for some sweet costume pics! I've been wearing my costume (sans whiskers) all day because I miss being able to dress up in fun costumes all the time like I could bouncing around to theme parties in college!
I've had a lot of fun baking Halloween treats these past couple of days! I made a very simple spooky ghost s'mores dip even though the recipe was super clickbaity: "This Recipe Will Make You Totally Rethink S'Mores!" As long as the recipe has marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers, I'm not rethinking shit. Relax Delish.
Last night Sheila and I watched a couple of soul crushing episodes of Black Mirror to get into the Halloween spirit. We realized that when it comes to Halloween movies, it's either totally Disney or full-on super scary. What's the Christmas rom-com equivalent for Halloween? We really need a "Love at First Trick," which sounds like it could be a great spooky love story involving a down-on-her-luck prostitute! Hit me up whenever you're ready, Paramount; I'm ready to write that screenplay at a moment's notice.
Anyway, we watched Black Mirror's "The Entire History of You" first, which is a total classic. Then we watched "Playtest" and "Shut Up and Dance" from the third season of Black Mirror. The first time I watched these episodes I swore to never watch this godforsaken show ever again. After a few weeks passed I finally finished the season. Sheila had only ever seen "Hated in the Nation" before. These episodes were just as unsettling the second time around. Truly heartbreaking and impenetrably dark: classic Black Mirror.
I hope everyone has a lot of fun this Halloween! Munch on some candy, carve some pumpkins, and don't get murdered!