I wasn't sure at all about how to write "Halloween costume party" so I cheated and used Google translate and that is how I ended up with Halloween kostyme parter.Aleco wrote:Remember that nouns put together cannot stand alone Halloweenfester(-party) is what we ususally call them, but Halloweenkostymefester would probably work too.
I agree with you Aleco. The best Halloweenkostymefester I have ever been to was in Oslo two years ago.Aleco wrote:I have a feeling Halloween is more of an excuse for adults, teenagers, and others to throw a party. At least it's a big thing among students, but it's never been among kids as much I think.
STAVANGER: That ghoulish time of year is here again. Norwegians have a love-hate relationship with the festival.
The recent Halloween holiday that’s so popular in the US was all but unknown in Norway as late as the 1990s. Now it’s become big business for local retailers, with Norwegians collectively spending as much as NOK 260 million on it, according to the national retailers’ association Virke.
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