Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Mischief Night

Do you have Mischief Night where you live? Definition: Mischief Night is an annual tradition where people (primarily teenagers and preteens) take a degree of license to play pranks and do mischief in their neighborhoods. The most common date for Mischief Night is October 30th.

We used to soap car windows and throw corn at doors or ring doorbells and run when I was a kid. Now a days, I pull my car up waaaaay under the carport close to the house and don't put my trash out until I hear the trash truck coming! Oh how times change.

But one thing is for sure, I know one mischievous little pig that will be kept well under wraps tonight!
So remember, you might want to peek out the window a little early tomorrow morning in case you need to scrape some soap off of your car window... but Earl didn't do it:@)
Have a happy day!

15 comments:

  1. Whew, I am so glad Earl is safe. We wouldn't want the poor sweetie to be falsely accused.
    Happy Halloween,
    Sam

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  2. oh, this made me GRIN!!! earl under glass!!! LOVE!!!

    mischief night around here seems to be any friday or saturday night - especially friday's after football games. :) bricks and bats batter mailboxes a lot. sometimes an occasional toilet-papering goes on. smashed pumpkins and the like.

    my friend and i would toilet paper folks' yards when we were younger - nothing destructive - just messy.

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  3. I will confess to soaping a few windows. No egg throwing though. Let that piggy have a little fun woodya?

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  4. That Earl is too cute to be mischievous!

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  5. That Earl, he is something serious.

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  6. Your banner is SO cute! I hope we don't have any mischief this year! Have fun!

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  7. I'm glad you have Earl in a cloche to keep that little fella out of mischief. Happy Halloween!

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  8. Never heard of mischief night! I'm so glad my kids didn't know about that when they were growing up!
    Jenna

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  9. Mischief Night is a new one for me, but tonight I'm in Pennsylvania so maybe I'll see evidence of it.

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  10. Oh, no...hope Earl stays safe and not some mischief makers dinner!

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