Planning on a toot this Halloween?

Whether Halloween is an excuse to get wickedly drunk and lose all self-awareness, or you simply plan on taking the kids out trick-or-treating, here are some interesting ways to fill in the blank:

“Are you ready to get your _______ on tonight?”

Fete: (noun) A large party of celebration.

Jamboree: (noun) A large party or celebration with music or entertainment. It can also mean a large gathering of Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts.

Revel: (noun): A noisy and wild celebration.

Wassail: (noun) Riotous drinking.

Toot: (noun) A drinking bout.

Brannigan: (noun) A drinking spree.

Of course if your night starts to go sour, you might have one of these on your hands:

Hullabaloo: (noun) A very noisy and confused situation. Or a situation in which many people are upset and angry about something.

Ballyhoo: (noun) Excited commotion.

Kerfuffle: (noun) Disturbance, fuss.

Foofaraw: (noun) A disturbance or to-do over a trifle.

 

 

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