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Boo! Boringside Heights Gets More Hip And Less Boring

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It’s October 3rd, and Halloween (or as some say, All Hallows’ Eve), will be upon us in just a fortnight and a half.

The decidedly homogenous ‘hood of Boringside Heights is gonna get eerie real quick. Bwog hopes to highlight some of the most chilling examples of Halloween décor, in an all-encompassing post at the end of the month. So send (real) pictures of spoooooooky decorations around MoHi to tips@bwog.com. Whoever submits the creepiest pic will win a case of seasonal beer, courtesy Bwog.

Example of spooky mask via Shutterstock

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “It’s October 3rd, and Halloween (or as some say, All Hallows’ Eve), will be upon us in just a fortnight and a half.”

    How long is a fortnight?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Didn’t Bwog use to do this themselves? #BoringsideHeights

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous plz stop disappointing me bwog

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