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We don’t celebrate Halloween in Australia, but I wanted to do a special comic for the holiday, to suck up to for my readers from the USA to enjoy.

Halloween is a very foreign idea to us aussies and even though we do celebrate and embrace Halloween, we often decorate our offices & shops – mainly to try to cash in on it.
Halloween presents us with a great opportunity to make more sales by using the holiday to provide novelty themes and ‘holiday” specials on a vast range of products.

Yes, Halloween in Australia has all the retail angles covered, but lacks the love that I know so many Americans have for it.

Although, kind of in the spirit of things, we in Brisbane recently had our annual Zombie Walk.
Check out some pictures on flickr here and here.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!

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16 Comments

Truly makes me sad that Aussies know not the true passion that Halloween evokes.

After learning about vegemite, I have to question your culinary decisions 😀

heh, i read the alt-text on the comic. that’s impossible! how could one fit all that info into one tweet?!

that zombie walk looks interesting. i don’t think we do anything Halloween-like here in Sydney. if we do, i obviously don’t know anything about it.

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