What’s Hot/What’s Not: October 2010

Whenever someone mentions October, images of ghosts, witches and haunted houses immediately come to mind. Halloween plays a big role not only in the ways we shop and decorate, but the ways in which we conceptualize an entire month. However, while we may be excited about our upcoming excuse to eat tons of candy and dress however we please, let’s keep our eyes out for other fads and current events in this month’s edition of What’s Hot/What’s Not.

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What’s HOT
Keeping up with the latest trends in Halloween couture.

What’s NOT
Wearing any of these vintage Halloween costumes.

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What’s HOT
Celebrating your college’s Homecoming Week and being surrounded by school spirit!

What’s NOT
The idea that many people are still unable to fully participate.

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What’s HOT
The new seasons of our favorite shows are just starting to get good!

What’s NOT
Just as My Generation was starting to get good, it was canceled! (It was good enough for me to blog about, right?)

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What’s HOT
The lovebugs that were taking over Central Florida seem to be gone!

What’s NOT
Bedbugs are still on the rise. Yuck!

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What’s HOT
Mel Gibson’s removal from The Hangover 2.

What’s NOT
The fact that they even considered casting him!

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What’s HOT
Some stylish ways to stay toasty as the weather cools down.

What’s NOT
Using any of these shoes to keep your feet warm… at any time of the year.

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What’s HOT
Having a new way to rationalize some of our guiltiest pleasures.

What’s NOT
Feeling the need to rationalize them in the first place!

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What’s HOT
Voting in the upcoming elections and having a say in our country’s future.

What’s NOT
Blindly following the masses. πŸ™‚

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What’s HOT
Finding inspirational quotes that get you through the day.

What’s NOT
Being remembered by some of the worst quotes possible.

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What’s HOT
The discovery of water on the Moon.

What’s NOT
The cancellation of our future Moon missions!

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