This or That: October Edition

Cameron Nelson

Emma Tanneyhill

Cameron enjoys carving a jack-o-lantern.

As October is known to be a scary month to some people, it’s also known to be beautiful and relaxing when the leaves change colors and people have the chance to drink warm apple cider on cool days. We interviewed 7th grader, Cameron Nelson, to see if he prefers the scary or relaxing type of October.

Q: Scary costumes or movie characters?

A: Scary costumes.

Q: Skittles or M&Ms?

A: Skittles.

Q: Play soccer with zombies or vampires?

A: Zombies.

Q: Halloween or Christmas?

A: Christmas.

Q: Walk in a haunted house or graveyard?

A: Haunted house.

Q: Dunk for apples or carve a jack-o-lantern?

A: Carve a jack-o-lantern.

Q: Get attacked by a giant spider or a spooky skeleton? 

A: Spooky skeleton.

Q: Be scared or scare someone else?

A: Scare someone else.

Q: Run through a field of sunflowers or jump in a pile of leaves?

A: Jump in a pile of leaves.

Q: Participate in a pie eating contest or judge a pie eating contest?

A: Participate in a pie eating contest.

Q: Pumpkin pie or apple pie?

A: Pumpkin pie.

Q: Wear a witch’s hat or a vampire’s cape?

A: Vampire’s cape.

Q: Eat all of your Halloween candy or trade all of your Halloween candy for $10?

A. Eat all of the Halloween candy. 

So there you have it… Some of Cameron’s favorite October activities.