Happy Halloween everybody!
Before I continue, I would like to apologise in advance for the hideous Halloween puns that will be featured in this post.
Nevertheless, to celebrate this terrifying holiday, my friends and I have been getting into the horrifying Halloween spirit by travelling to the library at the darkest hours to unearth ancient cases about easements and restrictive covenants.
Am I being serious?
Not at all.
Going to the library, late on Halloween to study probably would be the scariest thing you can do.
Instead, I have decided to take a questionable, yet well-deserved break from my legal studies. Tonight, my friends and I will be baking up a storm and creating a great amount of magical treats for the UNICEF on Campus Bake Sale on Friday! I am confident that it will be a spellbinding success and we will raise a wicked amount of money.
I will (fingers-crossed) be able to give you a full review on Sunday of the bake sale and why fundraising can be so important.
Also, you will be spared from reading any more of my petrifying puns!
Until then … I hope you have a spooky day.
To find out more about the UNICEF On Campus at The University of Leicester, take a look at the society’s website here!