Once again, we're joining Murphy and Stanley for this fun blog hop.
As you know, us Chihuahuas are crazy party animals! Once we get started, it's hard to slow us down. We were invited to the big Blogville Howl-o-ween party and couldn't pass up the chance to dance the night away with pretty young girls. I dressed up as Batman and Shiver was Superman. The girls were all impressed with our big muscles and stuff, and we flirted the night away. I don't know when we've ever had such a good time! Sadly, the party ended way too soon.
Not wanting the night to end completely, Shiver and I decided to take our favorite girls to the Haunted House just down the street. Because it was Halloween, the Haunted House stayed open really late. We walked in and were immediately were scared to death!!! The situation called for us to put our arms around the girls to protect them, but we kind of felt like they were protecting us too! There was all kinds of scary stuffs goin' on, no matter where we looked. Goblins poked at us, ghosts hollered at us, ghouls grabbed us -- it was seriously scary! Just when we thought we couldn't stand another second, we finally reached the end. Whew, safe at last!
As we walked out the back door, we held our girls' hands and sighed in relief. We all agreed that while we enjoyed the experience thoroughly, we never wanted to go through that ever again! The sidewalk back to our Chihuahuamobile was lined with pumpkins. Some were cool looking, some were happy, some were sad, some angry, some scary, but all were non-threatening and that's what we needed right at that moment.
When we got about half way back to the Chuhuahuamobile, there was a loud scream. We thought it came from inside, but I turned around just to be sure. That's when I saw THIS:
After that, we never turned our backs on another pumpkin! To ensure our safety the rest of the way to the Chihuahuamobile we stood back to back with our girls and hooked our arms together, hustling our way out of there as fast as our little legs would take us. Even now when we see pumpkins at the store, we go the other way. That was quite the night, and we still talk about it to this day!