Can someone please tell me what is the point of halloween? We live in a world where there are far more important issues demanding our attention than playing dressing up! Why not donate the money you would have spent on a costume to a charity or one of the disaster funds. This ridiculous media driven annual event is doing more harm to our generation than we realise.
I decided on a costume just last night. I'm going to be ringmaster, but with a gothic/burlesque/dark theme. I bought the jacket with tails last night on eBay. It's dark gray pinstriped. I also bought the bowtie. It's red & black checkered. I also bought the 6 ft. black leather whip.
I'm getting a satin top hat. I'm going to wait until the jacket arrives to decide if I'm going with a dark gray hat or black. Most likely, it will be black since I plan to wear black slacks.
I'm so excited. This is a look I've never done. I've been dressing up for Halloween all my life. Luckily, every job I've had encourages it. We have contests with prizes.
I want to be a superhero this year. am tired of doing gothic and witches. I have seen and ordered ninja turtle costume I liked. I even wrote a hub on it. Will continue with my gothic next year if i dont like the costume i ordered
I have no idea, which makes me mad, cause usually I already have my costume picked out and purchased by this point. Don't even think I am doing anything for Halloween this year...think I have to work, so yeah, kinda bummed. Halloween is my favorite holiday!!!
If your going to a Halloween party, what are you going as? I'm going to one tonight. I had this orange flame, long fringe ladies leather jacket someone returned to me after ordering one:Since I'm cheap, I just bought a...
I went out to start my car today and it wouldn't start. After eleven years, the battery finally died, and being the teen girl I am, I know very little about cars. I found a friend with jumper cables who's willing to...
I see fan clubs made based on authors and even people dressing up as characters from books and movies... why is this? Do they love the book so much they want to embody it or is it simply the bandwagon syndrome?