Buy Your Alcohol and Save a Child this Halloween
WRITTEN BY: NECROMAGIKAL (Rotting Writer for Rotting Flesh Radio)
Halloween is a time of celebration. Whether that revelry involves slicing open small animals over a stone altar, begging strangers for candy, or scaring the crap out of someone, it all boils down to one aspect. Halloween is a party. I am sure most of us enjoy dressing up outside of the bedroom, getting drunk, and fantasizing about making out with someone other than who is behind the mask and makeup.
Indulging in some spirits that are not the kind that are transparent and go “boo” is a Halloween tradition. Drinking and Halloween go together as well as a drunk and a scantily clad costumed chick. Partaking in some alcoholic elixir on Halloween is part of ancient tradition dating back to times before they even called it “Halloween”. So with this tradition settled into the human psyche, you can all use Halloween as another excuse to be rude, idiotic, and coordinated through the influence of the spirits.
This 2006 season, as you contribute to the slurring speech quota of the month, you can drink and help others. This October 2006 Coors Brewing Company, in coordination with retailers that care, will be working with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to fight childhood cancer. As you purchase your booze of choice you can add an extra dollar, write your name on a paper pumpkin, and contribute to something other than DUI. Those dollars will be donated, allegedly, to the St. Jude Children’s Research hospital to help the battle with childhood cancer.
Coors created the St. Jude Halloween Program in 1992 and has raised over $30 million for the hospital. So this Halloween, ignore the hobo on the corner, drink one less mocha latte, and help the kids. Just think, when you slur how much you love the person standing next to you at that party, you can also tell them how much you love the sick kids in a non Michael Jackson kind of way. That ought to earn you some brownie points with the opposite sex!
For more information check out the website at St. Jude Halloween