At first glance the article found here looked interesting.
On second look, it is a joke. The article begins:
Halloween's almost here. With the holiday comes its usual partners in crime — the old lady in the neighborhood who gives out pennies instead of candy, the creepy dude who works at the costume shop and your "cool" friend who goes dressed as "himself/herself."
Attached to Oct. 31 is also an element of fright. Ghosts, witches and sounds of Dracula — that's Halloween at its purest. Toss in some candy corn, and you have one of America's most beloved holidays.
But, at its core, the "scary" feeling you get walking into a haunted house is what Halloween's all about. Frankenstein, Wolfman and Napoleon Dynamite outfits send shivers down the spine.
The world of sports has its share of scary figures as well. No, not scary in the sense that they are curly-haired freaks that dance to Jamiroquai and own pet alpacas named Tina.
But, rather, scary in the sense that you would not want to face them under any circumstances one-on-one.
Get this! One of the sports categories is “Competitive Eating” and another is “Video Games” -- hey, that would be scary if it wasn’t such a joke! Competitive Eating is a sport? Gimme a break!
All this nonsense is just another reason I am always glad when Halloween if finally over. One of my favorite days of the year is October 1 and Halloween is behind us for another year.