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Still Trying To Think Of A Halloween Costume? October 30, 2010

Posted by Michael in Terrorist Hemorrhoids.

You can always fall back on that old standby — the Wicked Witch of the West.  It’s funny if you do it right.

Don’t know how? Instructions below the break.

Note the posture and expression so you can pretend that you are casting a spell.


1. kevl - October 31, 2010


2. BrewFan - October 31, 2010

Hi KC! *waves*

3. kevl - October 31, 2010

Wow trick or treat sucked this year at my house. What do these kids want? Searchlights and a red carpet? Get up here and ring the fokkin doorbell and say the magic words, you little pissants.

Fortunately Mr Kevlar bought the worst candy ever – tootsie rolls. Ick. Even the birds spit them back out.

4. kevl - October 31, 2010

Hi darling Brew.

5. BrewFan - October 31, 2010

We had pretty good tricker-treaters this year. I think one group came back twice but the Packer’s were on so there was no time for a confrontation 🙂

6. Cathy - October 31, 2010

Trick or Treat still going on. It only got completely dark about 7:00 central time. Helped with our neighborhood Halloween party. Costumes were awesome… some cash went into those fancy digs… but I guess these folks can afford it.

For the party our neighborhood association rented a huge bounce house that looks like a castle along with tables and chairs (for only $100!!!) and had it in our park. Ordered pizza and served drinks and handed out little toys from Oriental Trading. Those kids are gonna fly high tonight!

I was the ‘bounce house’ bouncer to keep kids from kicking each other’s teeth in. Went well.

7. Sobek - October 31, 2010

Still waiting for the trick or treaters to show. I carved a pumpkin that was a little different this year. I’ll see if White Lily can post it later.

8. Michael - October 31, 2010

Cathy actually carved a couple of white pumpkins this year — because the normal pumpkins had sold out.

You couldn’t tell the difference after dark.

9. agiledog - November 1, 2010

Cathy actually carved a couple of white pumpkins this year


We don’t do Halloween. And we leave in a fairly sparse area – no kids. Of course, the barbed wire across the driveway and the machine gun with a motion-detector probably helped.

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