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    I might be alive by that year but you NEVER KNOW!!!
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    HUGE SHOUTOUT: I've made 7 chapters in my "NITRIA" book!
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    1. Don't know but Comic Books/ Graphic Novels (but I'll probably read something by Stan Lee to gain ideas to make my own book). 2. Water. 🌊 3. SHAZAM, Harley Quinn. 🦸🦹 4. Focusing on writing/typing my book. πŸ™‡ πŸ“” 5. Jupiter. 6. Singapore, Asia. πŸŒ† 7. Apple.🍎
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    I REALLY LOVE ALL of the avatars my followers have been making for Halloween! Keep up the FANTASTIC work!!! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!πŸŽƒπŸ‘»πŸ«πŸ­πŸŽƒπŸ‘»πŸ«πŸ­πŸŽƒπŸ‘»πŸ«πŸ­
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    Since Halloween is almost here, I'll be telling some Halloween jokes! Please tell me the answers!! 1. What do you call a wood that is scared? 2. Why didn't the coffee bean go to the Halloween party? 3. What did the baby ghost eat for dinner ? 4. What kind of food would you find on a haunted beach? 5. Why didn't the ghost dance at the Halloween Party?
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    Ghostly greeting everyone! Halloween is almost here and I'll be telling you all some fun facts about Halloween (but Number 6 is the origin of Halloween)! 1. "Jack o'lantern" comes from the Irish legend of Stingy Jack. 2. Candy corn was originally called Chicken Feed (Me: No wonder most people hate it). 3. The most lit jack o'lanterns on display is 30,581. 4. Halloween folklore is full of fortune-telling and magic. 5. The most popular Halloween costume is the Witch (second is the Rabbit, and third is the Dinosaur). 6. The origins of Halloween date back 2,000 years to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, which was celebrated on October 31 on the eve of their new year, according to the History Channel. The Celts believed that the dead returned to earth that night, and so they lit bonfires and donned costumes to ward off the ghosts.
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