7Famark saidI love Halloween and the decorations, the fuck is such a problem for you?
For one, people are attracting wildlife by continuing to put out on the 1st their pumpkins and gourds, which are half-eaten within a week and then replaced. When I was a kid we put out our pumpkins, carved and otherwise, Halloween Day so we wouldn't have problems with rabid raccoons rooting through our trashbins. Thanks to the parents who I thought would be more responsible I can't leave the trash out the night before but have to drag it to the curb at the crack of dawn, whereas they let their trash fly all over the neighborhood.
For another, I didn't buy a million dollar apartment in Manhattan's east sixties to look at scotch-taped four leaf clovers on my neighbor's door (a clear violation of coop rules, but boards turn a blind eye where kids are concerned) five month's after St. Patrick's Day.
There will come a day when you'll realize the holidays are more than about the trappings.