Sunday, October 25, 2009
Halloween Week at SBPDL
The response to SBPDL's request for Halloween stories was tremendous (Keep them coming... send them to stuffblackpeople@gmail, or any other correspondence you might have can be addressed there) and we are working overtime to produce prose worthy of the holiday.
Already, we have discussed how ghosts are one of the things that frighten Black people the most (registered mail and dogs come next) and we have also stated the importance of never, EVER providing sudden frights to Black people.
What can be in store for you this week, dear reader, as we prepare to celebrate Halloween in Stuff Black People Don't Like style?
You'll just have to sit back and wait, but we'll have two new posts today (including the first Halloween edition).
And, it is important to note that the decision to discuss Halloween here at SBPDL is no way an endorsement of the occult, but a strong endorsement of the importance of communities that can thus harbor said Halloween activities that are safe, fun and enjoyable for all involved, especially for children.
So, go get a pumpkin and carve it with the family. Throw up some spooky decorations in the front yard and then relax. SBPDL is about to dispense Halloween treats that will make those memories of crappy black and orange candies you got trick or treating disappear forever.
More importantly, the fear of getting cavities from enjoying our treats is non-existent.
Posted by Stuff Black People Don't Like at 9:21 AM