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.

fingers

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

group

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.

search

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

jumping

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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