Here’s a new piece for my monthly column in Honolulu Magazine. The essay is about the editors uneasiness of going to Halloween parties. He believes that dressing up and pretending to be someone else is made for kids and acts as an escapism for adults who still want to be children. So whenever he’s asked to go to a Halloween party, he respectfully declines.
As much as I wanted to be an “adult” growing up, I have to say, it never get’s old dressing up for Halloween now as a 20 something year old. It’s one of the best times of the year, even though I can’t eat as much candy as I used to. The solution for this essay came really easy and was a lot of fun to draw. Thanks Cody!