Seriously, how many of you hubbers out there ever dressed up in costumes when you were kiddies..or even still do now for whatever reasons? i know i certainly haven't, but what do you folks say? have you guys ever dressed up as kids? Or still do? if you still do, then please share with us why then?
I loved Halloween as a kid, and I still do.
Plus, I am (or used to be) involved in community theater--there's dressing up involved in that.
On some weekends, I dress as a British soldier and pretend to oppress American rebels. (It seems less weird if there's a couple hundred of you doing it at the same time, and you call it a reenactment.)
And a couple days ago, I volunteered to read to a 1st grade class at my kid's school...in costume and in character as Vem Wessel, Jedi Knight.
The kids were in awe.
It felt kinda like what being a rock star must feel like, except with smaller people. And without the roadies. Or the drugs.
Well, i dress like a clown sometimes, specially when i have to do balloons for the children.
Move to Japan - then you can dress up every day...
I've dressed up on a couple occasions, cosplaying at a convention can be fun, especially if your costume is easily recognizeable and done well. The amount of people that stop you and ask for photo ops can make you feel a bit like a celebrity, haha.
Who doesn't like to dress up? I mean, it's a chance to show your personality, creativity, and cut loose and have fun. People get too caught up in trying to be normal.
by Laura Brown 6 years ago
Is it OK for an adult to dress up and go out trick or treating?I don't mean adults taking their kids around or young adults enjoying their last Halloween. What do you think about adults who trick or treat, looking for candy on Halloween night?
by starme77 9 years ago
I don't but was just wonderin how many people do
by Ponx 8 years ago
Just curious to know . Me as nothing!
by StricktlyDating 7 years ago
What is Halloween? What are you actually celebrating when you dress up and 'trick or treat'?I live in Australia and don't know much about this celebration. Is it an American tradition?
by wiserworld 3 years ago
Do you dress up your dog in clothing? Why or why not?
by Alissa Roberts 6 years ago
What are your feelings on how you should dress for church?Do you feel that people should dress up (dresses, dress pants, shirt/tie) when attending church? Or do you prefer the "come as you are" attire (casual, blue jeans)? If you prefer one or the other, why do you feel this way?
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