While Halloween might be the most COVID-friendly holiday we've got, I'm still envisioning the Bunny Stache make heavy appearances this year during October 31 Zoom meetings and online classroom costume parties. Throw in a pair of ears, or a full-on bunny hood if you anticipate your WFH office is going to be as unheated as mine when the temperatures turn crisp, and suddenly dressing up for Halloween is as easy as dressing up for work.
In other words, still no pants required!
But back to Halloween in the time of COVID-19. Trick-or-treating seems like it could conform to guidelines for socially distanced fun. The kiddos will just need to practice catching flying snack-size Snickers and packs of Skittles thrown from at least 6 feet away in their candy bucket. And everyone will have to go as either a surgeon, a harem girl (so you can cover your nose and mouth and still be sexy, ladies!), Bane, or Hannibal Lecter.
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