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I got to stay home all night and pass out over 10 Costco bags of candy - our street is a neighborhood safe street, and is barricaded and patroled. Kids are literally bused in from all over. I have NEVER seen as many adults dressed up taking their kids trick or treating as I did last night.

Oh, and I had on my "I See Orange People" Giants t-shirt.
Well I got totally geekified this year and made my own, authentic looking Dr. Horrible costume. Also spent considerable time on my Death Ray.
I thought this was a pretty well known character (he won in the last Emmys), but no one in my office (we had a bunch of employee's kids come in on Friday) knew who I was.
At a Halloween party at Redhook brewery later, only three people recognised me. Roll Eyes Frown
Put in the Yellow Cat Eyes contacts, donned a Jeepers Creepers latex mask, full theatrical cape with over-sized hood and over-sized ghoul-ish werewolf style finger nails. Good fun to D and her 8 yr old & friends Trick-r-Treating.

Regarding the nails; I will never glue nails on again! BIG mistake! Eek
Took two hours to get the friggin' things off. Had to use professional strength remover until the entire things dissolved.
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Originally posted by Redhawk:
Nothing, just sat in a chair on my front porch handing out candy for 2 1/2 hours. We had about 350 trick-or-treaters again this year. Funny, only about 25 kids actually live in the neighborhood. Confused Mad Confused Roll Eyes


Actually that is a good thing for you. Families feel comfortable bringing their children to your neighborhood to trick or treat. Wonderful for you and wonderful for the children who can enjoy a safe Halloween in your neighborhood. Hope it continues.

My cynical, tough lady role model, I would like to go like Dana Scully, but I would need to wear a red wig. I may also be the shortest, most feminine Fox Mulder in the world. I went back to The X-Files, and this is the location that much of my designs for costumes come from. Halloween is the one day in the year, since I never give a talk or have job interviews, I always wear my suit jacket at best gender neutral brand.

I'll go as Facebook as I write' text' on my face if I run out of time to make a decision. I will only wear my Halloween tee when I just run out of time, saying, "This is my homicidal mad costume. We just look like everyone.

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