Me and one of my best friends since 7th grade (who's about 6 inches shorter than I am... I'm 6'3") are going to be Mario and Luigi!
The Brat by Amy Brown the great fantasy artist.
that is the actual art work...and my avatar is the same costume I'll be wearing this year
"When thar be no more room in Davy Jones' locker, the dead walk the earth."
That's how I'll have my costume contest entry introduced.
I'm being what I "be" every year - a lady who gives out candy when Trick or Treaters knock on the door. It's not very creative, but the costume isn't hard to come up with.
My oldest daughter bought a button to wear. It is black and has neon lettering. it says.. this IS my costume...
I think shes changed her mind and decided to dress up after all
I need one of those buttons. The only reason I'm being myself on Halloween is that I don't go to any Halloween parties. Wearing a witch's hat to give out candy has occurred to me, but it's also occurred to me that little, tiny, kids are often scared by witch's hats. Clown hair and make-up is a thought, but clowns can just be creepy. So, I'll be my usual, boring, self.
your not boring. As a child I celebrated Halloween once. My mother got a costume from a friend, I was a Prince.
My sister cried too much and we went home afer 10 minutes.
we never celebrated again. Where I live now, there are no trick or treaters, becuase its too rural..gas is expensive.. I dont know enough people to make it worth going out with my kids in the cold after dark...and I wont bring them door to door to strangers houses. I get wierded out by that.
SOOOO what we do is the weekend after halloween, we have the kid's friends over for a halloween sleep over. I would LOVE LOVE LVOE to dress up, but I think it would be a rather silly expense, so I never do. No parties for me either. Kids have fun tho!!
You could be Glinda, the Good Witch. Not scary and fun to dress up!!
Well last saturday spouse and I went at Stargate SG-1 members. Tomorrow I'll put on my dark robe and hand out candy. I might put the pink wing on just for giggles.
I love costumes. I refuse to grow up.
I'm not exactly sure what I'm gonna be, but I'm sure there will be a lot of gore and gallons of blood involved.
so, your saying...something bloody? maybe...a deadish thing?
why dont you do something original, like a zombie?
oh once my ex boyfriendd was a scarecrow. he sat in a chair in the yard and pretened to be a decoration. SO this kid got real close and was saying..look mommy, this scarecrow looks almsot real!! then my ex jumped up and yelled "rhaaaa..." at this point kids usally screamed, then laughed and then he would give them candy. well, this one kid yelld WTF and kicked him so so so hard in the shin...I thought I was going to DIE laughing. :Lol:
Every year I put my Cher wig on and the trick or treaters think I'm a witch! I'm basically the mom handing out candy!
I've had several requests from people wanting me to go in drag.
Instead I'm going as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man =]
I'm going to be my scary shelf and my kids are going to be Tinkerbell and a Pixie.
Cowboy. Black jeans, shirt, leather vest and chaps. Complete with boots and hat. I grew up in cowboy country and although I'm a city boy now, I like my roots.
Hidden. As in I shut off all the lights and remain hidden. In the 8 years that we have been here we haven't had the need to supply candy. I live to far off a main road for trick or treaters and I don't go out now.
by Mikeydoes 7 years ago
Well I am only going to get about 2-3 trick or treaters here, so how about you tell me what you guys are going to be.
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
What was your Halloween night like last night?Last night we had such a dreary, cold, windy and wet Halloween night that all the little darlings did not come out as usual due to the inclement weather. However, the night did lend itself to the perfect conditions of a spooky Halloween night...
by Ponx 7 years ago
Just curious to know . Me as nothing!
by Stacie L 6 years ago
I've heard that in some subdivisions and apartment buildings, people can expect to get as many as 500 kids looking for candy.I'm glad I moved to the countryside and only expect a few as parents drive them from house to house. My small town has a Trunk or treat event for two hours on main street.
by Raven4180 7 years ago
How many trick or treaters showed up at your house?My neighbor hood is getting worse each year. We only had 9 kids come by for candy, now I got three bags to eat and I don't like sweets that much.
by Money Fairy 5 years ago
I know parents with children and familys at home and school age still celebrate but I was just wondering if anyone else still celebrates Halloween and if so what do you do to celebrate? Haunted houses? haloweened themed parties? Just curious
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