Xero Halloween 09

We love Halloween at Xero. All manner of ghoulish activities ensue and far too much sugar is consumed. With a band of agile bats and cats I transformed the office with tinsel, cobwebs and creepy spiders. This set the scene for the annual Xero Halloween Lolly Hunt.

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For some energy to start our search we tucked into a batch of freshly harvested witches’ fingers. Disgustingly delicious!

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Some Xeroes even got convinced to wear costumes while others donned black and orange (much to Orange Girl’s delight!) to celebrate the ghoulish season.

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Some skill was needed to hide around 5kgs of chocolate bars, toffees, sour zombie and gummy lollies and fool super sleuths.

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Lolly hunters went to new heights to find goodies that’d been hidden in previous years!

Until next year’s hunt…happy trick or treating!

One Comment

Earl Rudolfo
October 31, 2009 at 5:16 am

Hi Rowena, should we be really eating those fingers -:)? They look truly ghoulishly delicious!

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