Oh Halloween, how we at the Journal love thee. It is the one holiday where we can all revert back to being little kids, dress in ridiculous costumes and not have to deal with questions about being crazy. We all have our own great little memories of Halloween shenanigans from our childhoods. Whether you were the devil’s advocate or a complete angel growing up, there was always a little trouble to be had on Halloween. Now with that being said, Halloween isn’t an excuse to revert back to that sort of mischief. Getting arrested for egging houses is cool when you’re 14, not 19. You don’t want to be in college calling your parents for bail money dressed as Luigi. It’s not a good look. Plus, you would look ridiculous in lockup in front of all of your new friends. And even though your mug shot would be priceless, your first real job interview wouldn’t be. Don’t mess up your future because you got a little too rowdy on Halloween. Your best bet is to just stay inside. That way, if anything gets destroyed at least you know can pay the person back. Or at least just run out of the house before anyone notices the damage. So go out and enjoy this festive holiday that allows us all the opportunity to be pirates, sexy cats, or whatever other stupid costume you can think of. And remember; leave the vandalism to the children. It is their time now. Plus, they get charged as minors and it eventually gets cleared off their record anyway. You, not so much. Sucks growing up, doesn’t it?