Happy Samhain to all you Pagan Perverts

October 3, 2010

The people of San Francisco are so preoccupied with removing the Playa dust from their cracks and crevices, most haven’t even noticed that the holiday season is creeping up on us fast! Halloween is officially San Francisco’s favorite party, and although our beloved but blighted lowest-common-denominator-drunkenfest street party in the Castro has gone forever, there are still lots of ways to get in trouble on this Pagan/Hallmark celebration!
As a Brit, I totally don’t get the whole American thing about Halloween allowing you to dress up as anything you like. In the UK we dress as vampires, witches, warlocks, zombies, ghosts, and ghouls. It’s supposed to be SCARY. We don’t dress as nurses (unless they are evil and syringe-wielding) or Little Bo Peep (unless she’s holding the severed head of her little lamb). Call me old-fashioned, but to me it’s not Halloween unless I’m grossing out my friends with fake blood pouring out down my chin. Oh Lord, those dry cleaning bills… .
Happy Samhain to all you Pagan Perverts! SanFranSexy loves you!


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