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Today is Halloween

It is mainly celebrated in the English-speaking world. In these countries, children are dressed in different costumes and they walk from door to door where they ask for candy. A very popular practice for Halloween is to cut the pumpkin into which the candle is then inserted.In Slovenia, the Halloween started to take over in the second half of the 90th century, and the phenomenon has already become well established. On balconies, windows or front doors 31. In October we place pumpkins with cut eyes and mouth, and inside the pumpkins, they burn candles. I did it, too, just to put a pumpkin on the terrace. Various workshops and events are held in Slovenia, and numerous entertainment related to the night of witches.

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  1. Halloween has not been celebrated in New Zealand but came in to be celebrated by children since the 1980s.Some celebrate it here, but I believe it is here for commercial reasons.I try and keep some lollies for children who go tricking and treating. I always hope that an adult is not far away and mostly see an adult there with the children.

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  2. I bought 3 pumpkins this year ahead of Halloween for decorations and to eat after, so I did not carve them. The first I ate in pumpkin smoothies, yums! The second will probably become bread, and the third a couple of pies. I love pumpkins and save the seeds to dry and eat, too.

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