MAN: What the matter, Dave?
DAVE: I don’t know, post-holiday depression, I guess.
MAN: What are you talking about? It’s the first week of November.
DAVE: Yeah. Halloween.
MAN: You’re depressed that Halloween’s over?
DAVE: You bet. I mean, no more horror movies. The decorations all have to come down. People will frown now if I jump out and yell “boo!” Before Halloween you can get away with that kind of stuff.
DAVE: And the horror movies. I hate seeing horror movies after October ends. It’s so pointless. Like having Easter eggs in June.
MAN: I remember that. Wasn’t pretty.
DAVE: Exactly. And now I can only get full sized chocolate bars. What if I don’t want a full sized chocolate bar? Sometimes you just want a fun size. And what am I supposed to do with all these jack o’laterns?
MAN: Yeah, you do have an awful lot of them.
DAVE: And all the demons I invited over for the holidays. Now they won’t leave. They say they have no where to go.
MAN: That’s how it is with demons.
DAVE: I’d heard that, but I figured it was one of those urban legends.
MAN: I don’t know what to tell you. Election Day is coming up.
DAVE: Man, you’re right. Now that’s scary. Hear that guys?
DEMONS: Yeah! All right! Vote for me!