Thread: What are you doing for 2008 Halloween night?

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    Quote by sonic64
    I'm still gonna dress up like Weird Al for Halloween because of how much I look like him (before he had lasik surgery, that is).
    Weird Al's not that ugly.
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    Movin` on up!! To the East side Blah blah Blah Movin on up Gaints lol.
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    I'll probably be giving out candy and playing on my Nintendo DS.
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    doing as I always do...Yard Haunt! People love us.. check out our myspace.... check the pics

    http://www.myspace.com/thekingsofhalloween
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    This Halloween, I'll be dressing up as the Human Torch.
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    Quote by agentkev
    doing as I always do...Yard Haunt! People love us.. check out our myspace.... check the pics

    http://www.myspace.com/thekingsofhalloween


    Awesome!!!!! I love those costumes with the pumpkin face. Did you make them yourself or buy them?
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    I'm going to a party on the 28th, on the actual night I'm going to go see Kevin Smith's Zack and Miri Make a Porno.
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    I'll most likely be at my friend's place far outside the city, and will probably set up my video camera and be scaring trick or treaters on her front porch (the old fashioned way of wearing a mask, sitting completely still, and jumping at people who want candy ). I'll also probably be watching some old horror flicks from the 50s and before then.
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    trick or trreat!!!
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    Quote by Baloo
    I'll probably be giving out candy and playing on my Nintendo DS.



    Pretty much my plan as well. I'm still trying to beat Pokemon Leafgreen. I'm also still trying to decide who I'll be dressed as during the day.
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    I'll be feasting on the flesh of unsuspecting victims.
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    What can I say? I love Halloween and my family and I started a tradition last year of going to visit my aunt and uncle in Olmsted Falls to help pass out candy in their neighborhood after two bad years in Bay Village of like 30 kids trick or treating at least half of whom were teenagers.

    Lame-o. I stopped trick or treating when I was 14, but there were still kids in my aunt's neighborhood who were too old to be trick or treating. Oh well, I guess free candy is free candy no matter how old you are. I even managed to snag two cargo pants pockets full of candy. Score!!

    My cousin, Tara, her mom and my cousin, Lisa, Tara's husband Jared, and their little boy, Keagan were also there too. They trick or treated in my aunt's neighborhood last year too and figured it was a nice area for a little boy like him to have a few first Halloween memories...

    This Halloween also marked my second attempt at the Peter Criss "Catman" make-up and I must say it was phenomenal. I did have quite a bit of help from my aunt this time and results were outstanding!! I found a great website detailing the history of Criss' makeup and I combined three different designs from the mid to late 70's to create the final product. I was kinda sad to take off the make-up this time because we did such a nice job together. KISS RULES FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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    man what a boring halloween for me. no one went trick or treating in my area AT ALL.

    i carved a homestar/trogdor pumpkin for nothing...now its sitting out there cold.

    and i wasted all that money on candy...munch munch
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    Unfortunately, I was working. A lot of my friends came to work dressed up though. One of them came as "The Joker" from "The Dark Knight." I just got home from work and on the way h omr I saw all kinds of people (mainly college students) roaming the streets in groups and having parties. Oh yeah, and Fred Flinstone ran across the street in front of me. Yabba Dabba Doooooo!!!
    "Make a move across the rubicon......future's knocking at your door......take your time and choose the road you want......opportunity is yours."

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    Quote by Angelmessenger1980
    Unfortunately, I was working. A lot of my friends came to work dressed up though. One of them came as "The Joker" from "The Dark Knight." I just got home from work and on the way h omr I saw all kinds of people (mainly college students) roaming the streets in groups and having parties. Oh yeah, and Fred Flinstone ran across the street in front of me. Yabba Dabba Doooooo!!!


    you lucky bastard. i bet everyone here had at least barely any halloween sightings in their areas.
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    I did nothing. I fell asleep at 6pm and woke up when it was over. I didn't even carve a pumpkin. It was depressing.
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    I have pictures from the party. Need to upload them soon. My feet hurt.
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    I put up some scarecrows to scare the little trick or treaters.
    This is Fred:

    I made him for Halloween last year, which means he was one year old yesterday. Happy Birthday, Fred!

    This is the scarecrow I made this year, the Grave Keeper:

    This is how he looked at night with a light shining on him:

    He really freaked the kiddies out, heh heh heh!
    I'm planning on adding a new scarecrow to my lawn every Halloween.
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    Quote by Ravage
    I will hopefully run into a display like this...



    Lame.
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