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WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 25: A squirrel stands on pumpkins carved into Halloween jack-o'-lanterns October 25, 2004 in Washington, DC. Historically, glowing jack-o'-lanterns, carved from turnips or gourds, were set on porches and in windows to welcome deceased loved ones, but also to act as protection against malevolent spirits. Later, as European settlers arrived in America, the native pumpkin was found to be larger and easier to carve into jack-o'-lanterns. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Are you for changing history?

There’s an online petition right now to change the date of Halloween from October 31st to the last Saturday in October.

So it would work like Memorial Day, which is always the last Monday in May.

The idea is that it’d be better for everyone if it were on a Saturday. From parents looking to take their kids trick-or-treating or for people looking to dress sexy and party, Saturday always work better.

So far, the petition on Change.org has around 100,000 signatures. When a petition crosses the 75,000 mark, it’s sent to the president so let’s see what happens.

The petition has been going since last year, but it’s finally getting more steam now, so maybe this time it’ll have a shot?

Here’s the story and here’s the petition if you wish to sign!

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