Yesterday, we were booed for the first time this year. No, we didn’t get booed off stage from a performance; we were tricked by some close friends! They made candied apples and left them on our front porch table, then knocked and quickly drove away. They even left a sign that informed us that we had been “Booed!” by them!
If you’ve never booed anyone—or been booed before—for Halloween, this is a great time to get started. You can Boo! any way you want, whether it’s by using a sweet surprise like this example or playing practical jokes on your friends. I absolutely love practical jokes—everyone hates me during April Fool’s—and really enjoy going that route for sure.