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Happy Halloween!! Are you dressing up? If so, what are you gonna be?, Halloween party, or Trick-or-Treat-ing? Tell us your story! :)
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post Oct 28 2007, 01:08 PM
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I'm a belly dancer too, but not for Halloween. tongue.gif (Though not to Lori's extent.)


For the costume party last night, I was Death, with a banana. (As per this famous panel.)

If I have the time, I may attend the kickoff party tonight as a Nudist On Strike (Which is regular clothes with a picket sign indicating the costume title) Other than that, I'll probably stay home on Wednesday and pass out candy with a princess costume on or something.


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QUOTE(Ailuro @ Oct 28 2007, 02:13 PM) *
I'm a belly dancer. Please refer to the Pictures thread.

Whatever happened to you going as Tohsaka? cry.gif


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post Oct 28 2007, 01:12 PM
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QUOTE(Carnal Malefactor @ Oct 28 2007, 08:09 PM) *
QUOTE(Ailuro @ Oct 28 2007, 02:13 PM) *
I'm a belly dancer. Please refer to the Pictures thread.

Whatever happened to you going as Tohsaka? cry.gif

It's more fun to dress up as something exotic than wearing a Red sweater, mini skirt and thigh highs. Besides, no one would have a clue who she was beyond us. It's sad but true.


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I'll be sitting on my butt giving out candy to kids when they ring the doorbell and eating the remainder.


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I personaly am not going to dress up or ask for lollies, people around town have been saying its too american for australia but i still think kids will ask for my fizzers laugh.gif


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Seasonal "bump for justice." tongue.gif

Anyone planning a costume for Halloween/ Halloween party? Would you like to tell us what you're going to be? biggrin.gif

Note for non-U.S. members, etc... In the U.S., Oct. 31 is Halloween, and although it originally came from more meaningful stuff, like ghost spirits visiting our world on this day, blah blah (for more meaningful stuff about Halloween, please Google it. laugh.gif) currently it's more of the day for kids to dress up in costumes and go door to door to collect candies, and for adults it's becoming a great excuse for the costume party. biggrin.gif


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I'm so excited for Halloween! My roommates and I are going to dress up and pass out candy and then I'm probably going to a friend's party after that. My budget is low this year, and so I'm just going to be a doctor...I already have a lab coat, stethoscope, and other medical things for school, so I'll just put them all together and be a doctor tongue.gif


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post Oct 24 2009, 08:11 PM
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I had the option of going to a Halloween party at a frickin' MANSION with one of my richer friends, or a smaller party with one of my closer friends, and I of course, picked the smaller one. More my style.

I'm dressing up as a court jester this year, if all goes as planned. biggrin.gif


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*sigh* I'm spending most of my Halloween this year at a math competition, but I do get a really cool Halloween T-shirt tongue.gif I'll be home by dinnertime though, so maybe I'll help pass out candy to the little kids happy.gif

@Tombow: I like your new Halloween themed sig! biggrin.gif


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For Halloween I have two scary movie weekend nights to go to. My friend and I will be trying to dress up as 21 and 24 from Venture Brothers.

Sadly I have never given out candy on Halloween. No one goes down my street. Probably because it is set in the wood, with no streetlights, or sidewalks.
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post Oct 25 2009, 11:49 AM
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I haven't dressed up for Halloween since the 3rd grade. So I normally just carry a pillow case around to put all my candy in and wear my black hoodie with the hood up. smile.gif

Or I just sit at home and eat all the candy and watch scary movie marathons on TV while my parents go to this "BooBash" thing at their friends house. You have to be over the age of 18 to go, so you can pretty much guess when I'm 18 I'm totally going.

Also, to get all the kids away from my house, I turn off all the lights and put a For Sale sign on my front lawn and park the car in the garage to make them all go away and make them think nobody is home. I also eat all the candy I'm supposed to be giving out. The reason why I'm on candy duty this year, is because last time I went trick or treating, I put on a scary clown mask and stole all the little kids candy while I was scaring them.

I wish I was allowed to go to the Haunted Hoochie, or else I would be going to that instead.
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We don't really celebrate Halloween on the same scale, the minority have ruined it for the majority and trick or treating just became begging, you'd have teenagers on your doorstep in a mask asking for money. It's a shame, considering it started over here.

Still I'll watch a couple of scary movies and prepare for November 5th instead.


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post Oct 26 2009, 08:42 AM
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(What is on November the 5th?)

We celebrate Halloween even here, in Germany.
Me and my little sister ( I need to accompany her. She is too young to walking around late in the night all alone) gonna go together from house to house. Not many kids make it here. Last year we went as "cat ghosts".
I guess, this time we will be vampires xD. But well, I have to admit that I won't put on a costume. I just watch out that nothing happens to her and in the end I will get a share of the collected sweets >D


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I haven't decided what I'm going as this year.. D: Since I only have a few days to throw a costume together, I assume I'll just take the easy route and be a pirate again. -lazy!-

My workplace lets us dress up :D It's exciting.


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