Just don’t let the Halloween spirits get into you.
While Halloween is still over a month away, many on the internet are already getting ready for this season and spreading the spooky vibes all over. While some wait patiently for the middle of October to start decorating, shopping for candy, and prepping their costumes, others start a little way too soon. Soon as in September.
But is there really such a thing as “too soon” when it comes to one of the best holidays of the year? Why wait until October when you can start today? If you’re part of the never-too-early-for-Halloween club, you’ll definitely relate to these memes from around the internet that truly capture the excitement we feel when spooky season is near.
1. We guess it’s all about perspective, right? LET’S GET THE SPOOKY MEMES GOING, PEOPLE! RIGHT NOW!
2. You better stop it right there, meme police. Our feed, our rules. And our rules say Halloween season has begun.
3. Why get sad over summer ending when you can start planning your Halloween costume?
4. And you thought September was early. There’s no stopping us Halloween lovers from sharing the good spooky memes all year long.
5. You wanna see some REAL speed? Watch us as soon as October begins. We missed you, black eyeshadow.
6. Now THAT’S what we’re talking about! We call that planning ahead, and it’s a very wise thing to do.
7. Ummm… thank you, next. In this house, we’re proud pumpkin spice-everything enthusiasts.
8. Never let anyone tell you how to live your life. Be happy! Follow your dreams! Post that spooky meme in February!
9. AH. Things as they should be. Better late than never.
10. No sir. We refuse to accept when Halloween is over. Christmas? No thanks.
11. And so what?! You ain’t gonna stop us!
12. Uh-huh, you know what this means *runs to Starbucks for a venti pumpkin spice latte*
13. Not just any queens, the Queens of Halloween.
14. Why ask the obvious questions??
15. Pumpkins might have freaked Cinderella out, but honestly, it’s all we want at the moment.
Are you already in the Halloween mood? Are you part of the “stop celebrating too early!” team? Let us know in the comments!