It's Halloween today, and the world is celebrating.
Halloween -- a three-day festival to remember the dead -- is widely observed in several countries around the world on October 31, and on the special day, people participate in trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns and visiting haunted places.
But more than the actual tangible world, it is Twitterverse that is literally and figuratively exalting on the occasion -- as it is getting the opportunity to showcase its inherent knack of scaring people off or spooking them in the right measures.
The spooking game was started by NASA -- which spooked netizens with an eerie picture of the sun.
"No, that’s not a fiery jack-o’-lantern. It’s the Sun! Our @NASASun. Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this ultraviolet image in 2014, showing active regions on our home star,” read NASA's tweet.
Can you see a sinister smile in this 2014 picture featuring the sun?
No, that’s not a fiery jack-o’-lantern 🔥🎃. It’s the Sun!— NASA, but Sp🕸️🕸️ky (@NASA) October 28, 2019
Our @NASASun Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this ultraviolet image in 2014, showing active regions on our home star. #Halloween19
Download in hi-res: https://t.co/731LNTG6Ui pic.twitter.com/RWIETuusYo
This was followed by all kinds of funny as well as scary posts.
And this too.
Can we be party to this....well, party?
Or this one?
This looks LIT.
And this is cute.
And. This. Is. Legendary.
Nobody:— SM Global (@smglobal9) October 31, 2019
Our Designer: Sir, I made a creative mixing Halloween & Economy slowdown.
Ghostly greetings from the peeps at SM Global.
Happy Halloween 🦇 😈#HappyHalloween #smglobal #digitalmarketing #creative pic.twitter.com/5TnFcW0D9l
One question though. What is it called when everyday is scary AF?
The answer is.... LIFE **bwahahahahaha**