Halloween explained by Thoughty2

Check out today’s Teatime Titbit. Halloween explained by Thoughty2

If you haven’t watched a Thoughty2 vid on YouTube yet, then today is the day to change all that with this short one https://youtu.be/R9pzNpKKRYc

And I bet you’ll end up watching a couple of others afterwards.

This vid gives you the background to Halloween in typical Thoughty2 talk – well-scripted, energetic and amusing.

Shine with your Halloween know-how during the tea (ok coffee) break and share the vid with every Tom, Dick and Harry you know to get Thoughty2 more followers. Who knows maybe he’ll be hosting his own shows on TV some day.

Have a Hawesome Halloween.

to end up + (verb)ing (letztentlich etw tun), a couple of (ein paar), well-scripted (gut geschrieben), to shine (glänzen), every Tom, Dick and Harry (jeder Piesepampel), to host a show (eine Sendung moderieren)

2 Gedanken zu „Halloween explained by Thoughty2

  1. Jenny Antworten

    Is Münster in a Halloween mood? And if yes, is it after your English soul’s fancy?

    For instance, Heidelberg has of course it’s castle where vampires and friends are going to take over control tonight. As the US Army had been based here for a long time, Halloween has been celebrated ever since and we don’t feel like it’s a newfangled event. Instead, it’s almost a tradition that kids ring at your door in the evening asking for treats. Especially my mother is well prepared – and sad if only a few ghosts and little monster knock on her door.

    Once I even had a neighbor from the States that exaggerated not only with decorating his house but also turned his garden into a graveyard with tombstones and his garage to a hellhole to entertain both kids and adults. Had always been a great party…

    Yeah, and also worth mentioning is Burg Frankenstein near Darmstadt which is not far away. Although I have to admit that I’ve never been there, friends are crazy about the party there. it must be so cool… pardon, horrifying of course!

    • Dave Preston Autor des BeitragsAntworten

      Halloween seems to be celebrated more in the US than UK, so I guess if you grew up with Americans in the (neighbour)hood – it must have been good. I love Halloween and often wish for more here too.

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