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thegeriatric
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2006-10-24, 19:20

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How about a Betazoid bride costume?



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Majost
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2006-10-29, 03:26

I'll take the Physical Challenge, Marc!




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SledgeHammer
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2006-10-29, 08:08



I'm still trying to track down a staff that shoots fire.
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Messiahtosh
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2006-10-29, 10:07

I was Flavor-Flav this year. I found a perfect Goblin mask and matched it up with a blue velvet suit, a hanging clock, ridiculous looking white sunglasses, a cane, and viking horns.

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Luca
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2006-10-29, 11:16

My brother bought a Jesus costume and is apparently looking for a velociraptor mask for the complete "Raptor Jesus" look.

Meanwhile, my girlfriend tells me one of her friends is holding a Halloween party as well, and that it'll be Godfather themed. Clearly I have to go, seeing as how my name is Luca and I'm Italian, so all I have to do is figure out where to get a fedora and a jacket that fits me... in China. I'm overweight AND I just have a really big upper body anyway, even for an American, so it might be tough, but maybe I'll luck out. I don't really want to spend a lot of money, but if I get a nice jacket it would be useful for more than just one party.
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Moogs
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2006-10-29, 16:06

I'm going as a middle-aged guy in jeans and a hockey jersey. I know, I know. The originality factor is staggering. I'm thinking of writing a how-to book for developing adult halloween costumes. Carol is going to be my peer-reviewer.

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Windswept
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2006-10-29, 16:44

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Carol is going to be my peer-reviewer.
Does that mean I get to review your... uh... 'peer'?



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atomicbartbeans
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2006-10-29, 17:12

Hey Drew, I had kinda the same idea; still working on mine, but here's a picture from yesterday...



Since then I've added a 12-volt "cooling fan" mounted on top, an LED binary clock in front, dryer-vent-hose arms, and some internal speakers (hooked up to iPod for robot noises).

I'll post an update on Tuesday when it's finished...

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adamb
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2006-10-29, 19:39

Thats bloody brilliant!
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Moogs
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2006-10-29, 20:49

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Does that mean I get to review your... uh... 'peer'?



Sadly I lost my only pair of denims with the see-through crotch, otherwise you could uhhh... yah... yah, these are blue jeans.

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Windswept
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2006-10-29, 21:06

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Sadly I lost my only pair of denims with the see-through crotch, otherwise you could uhhh... yah... yah, these are blue jeans.

Well, since I have X-ray vision, that shouldn't be a problem.







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Moogs
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2006-10-29, 23:39

Well then... enjoy.
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2006-10-30, 06:04

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drewprops
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2006-10-30, 07:34

Boxes?
Always my fave, isn't that an old photo though? Swear I've seen that before...

Two of my costumes from over the weekend...




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polvoronn
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2006-10-30, 13:46

what is it with Mac owners and Robots?

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Majost
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2006-10-30, 19:44

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Problem: How do you get alcohol into your mouth? That's always a strong prerequisite for any potential costume.
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2006-10-30, 19:55

CamelBak
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2006-10-30, 20:25

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Problem: How do you get alcohol into your mouth? That's always a strong prerequisite for any potential costume.
I go with straws.
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polvoronn
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2006-10-30, 22:59

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Problem: How do you get alcohol into your mouth? That's always a strong prerequisite for any potential costume.
I'm actually on meds that severely restrict my alcohol consumption (though I did enjoy a shot of vodka after taking off the costume .... ironically enough, I used it to wash down a dosage of the same meds that say NO to alcohol).
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eventhorizon
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2006-10-30, 23:42

Drink alcohol with meds that say no to alcohol! Brilliant!
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joveblue
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2006-10-31, 04:21

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Boxes?
Always my fave, isn't that an old photo though? Swear I've seen that before...
Yeah it is... it's not really me... I don't even know where I got that pic from...
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2006-10-31, 07:17

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Problem: How do you get alcohol into your mouth? That's always a strong prerequisite for any potential costume.
I shall provide an answer for you later in this thread.....
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thegelding
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2006-10-31, 10:36



my brother is a bee, my sis in law is a cat, my bro in law is a brokeback cowboy, me i'm a bird man



my wife is a fairy




my youngest daughter is a TMNT



my oldest daughter and my mother are minnie and mickey



more TMNT...they had all four there, but we didn't get a photo of all four as two arrived later, and by then one TMNT was already drunk and throwing up into his half shell

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Brad
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2006-10-31, 12:56

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I'm still trying to track down a staff that shoots fire.
Brilliant. A guy at my office did the same!
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Brad
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2006-10-31, 15:40

Oooh! I'm famous now.

http://www.raleighing.com/2006/10/happy_halloween.html

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atomicbartbeans
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2006-10-31, 21:33

Well, the costume was a smash hit... I have about 8 pounds of candy sitting on my desk

Things didn't exactly go as planned later on though...
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Sauvblanc
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2006-11-01, 19:03

*slight bump*

Went to the (in) famous West Hollywood Halloween street party in Los Angeles, just to see what it was like. My wife and I live in WeHo, it's a great neighborhood, we love it.

For those of you who don't know. WeHo is basically Gay LA.

I think some of the gay men confuse Halloween with the Gay Pride parade because half the people were wearing the same thing they probably wore at Pride. In some cases they weren't wearing much of anything except a codpiece. I've never seen so many asses hanging out in public outside of the gym locker room.

C'mon...you're supposed to dress up at Halloween, not dress down. There's a difference. Putting on the assless leather chaps and leather hat and armbands that you wear every weekend to leather/S&M bars doesn't count as a costume!

All the same a lot of people-gay and straight-got laid last night. It was rather x-rated

Next year I'm dressing up. Going as a stem cell. Wonder if I can convince my wife to dress up as a conservative Republican...

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2006-11-02, 14:13

i dressed my son as batman:

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Mugge
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2006-11-02, 16:06



I's me on the right. Believe it or not, but I actually won a beer mug for best costume.



I had cut a hole in the mouth so I could drink, however, I did have a lot of beer inside the mask and not just inside me where it was supposed to be.
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