Australians certainly don’t agree with America’s cultural influence when it comes Halloween. However, a recent photo of a message that was posted online has sparked debate.
It featured a message that was aimed at demonizing kids. The note, which was attached to a fly screen door, read: “This is Australia not America f*ck off with your Halloween.”
The photo of the sign, which was first posted on Reddit in late October, has since gone viral. People have shared their memories of similar tongue-lashings they received as kids.
One person noted that they saw a group of skeletons and ghosts running around the street after hearing the message from their neighbor.
Some people noted that they have experienced similar tongue-lashings when they were kids. One of them said that a man in a wheelchair opened his door and said “Do I look like af***ing jerk?” before closing it.
Others claimed that there are certain rules that Australians follow when it comes to trick-or-treating.
One person noted that there are specific rules that Australians follow when it comes to trick-or-treating.
They said that kids are only allowed to go to the houses that have decorations, and the other houses should stay empty.
They also noted that it’s strange that people would celebrate Halloween in Australia when it originated in Ireland. They said that it was brought over by Irish immigrants.
It’s also strange that people would celebrate Halloween in Australia when it originated in Ireland. They said that it was brought over by Irish immigrants.
Although some historians do not agree with the concept of Halloween being an American holiday, it’s widely believed that it originated in the Celtic festival of Samhain, which is a pagan holiday.
It’s believed that the original revelers would light bonfires and scare away ghosts.
A survey conducted by the Australian retailers association revealed that about one-in-eight Australians will celebrate Halloween this year. The spending on the holiday is expected to reach around $430 million.