Although you may be busy putting together a Madonna or zombie costume for a spooktacular party this weekend, we are going to ask you to put the down the glitter and glue gun to bring your attention here—it’s time to dress your car up for Halloween! We’ll share some of our favorites from the internet that will be sure to spook the neighborhood brats without breaking the budget.
- The Haunted Jeep
Image via Pinterest
2. DIY Hands and Feet
Image via Undeadblog
3. The Road to Oz
Image via C.R.A.F.T.
4. A Trick-or-Treater’s Dream: Candyland
Image via C.R.A.F.T.
5. Spooky Magnetic Car Decor
Image via HeartSong
6. The Kardashian
Image via Carlashes
7. Ogre Patrol (Whatever that means…)
Image via Carfax
What may be normal to us in Honolulu is strange to people on the mainland. Don’t believe us? We can begin by telling you that referring to citizens in the 48 states sandwiched between Canada and Mexico as mainlanders is unique to us Hawaiians. Hawaii’s uniqueness becomes more apparent as you take this theory to the streets.
Driving in Hawaii is a learning experience for tourists and others new to the island. When receiving directions to Leonard’s Bakery, you may expect to hear the words “makai” and “makau”, or even North of [a popular landmark]. To us that’s completely normal, but in the rest of the states, you’ll expect to receive directions like “take a right here and a left on the next street”. Tourists may want to stick to a GPS for directions.
Rather than stating the amount of time a drive will take, mainlanders tend to reference distance from point A to B in miles. The two are quite interchangeable, but the amount of time it takes one person to make a drive compared to another can vary a lot. After all, we all have that friend that drives 95 mph on the H-1.
Speaking of the H-1, we ll know that you must plan your day around rush hour or else… After all, Honolulu has some of the worst traffic in the country. And although many come here to vacay, we are here to stay, and so is rush hour traffic.