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Finally, our last Halloween post. Of the 100+ kids who stopped by our house last night, we saw some really crazy costumes (thankfully no costumes from our list of this year’s 10 worst costumes, although one girl was a life sized McDonald’s french fries container instead of the Big Mac). Here’s a few of the more bizarre costumes we saw:

  • At least 3 teenage boys wearing nothing but homemade diapers (it was over 70 degrees, so it must have been a last minute decision)
  • Another 3 or 4 boys dressed as topless cheerleaders, or maybe just football players with long hair and pompoms (each had a big blue letter ‘D’ painted on their chest too … odd)
  • The obligatory bedsheet ghosts, one who didn’t have any eye holes and was being led around by a friend
  • One fairy girl whose wings were MASSIVE. Probably 8 feet across. This was actually pretty cool, especially considering she couldn’t have been taller than 4 feet.

Anything fun/funny happen during your Halloween? Let us know … hopefully you didn’t end like this guy who tried to dress as Sponge Bob but forgot to cut out space for his face 😉
failed sponge bob costume
(thanks to Franklin Samir for the picture)

7 Responses to “Say Goodbye to Halloween with us”

  1. on 02 Nov 2006 at 11:02 am Rev. Qelqoth

    So where are the Squarepants? Actually…where ARE his pants? Actually…forget that. That’s damned scary enough! 😀

  2. on 02 Nov 2006 at 11:55 am Allison

    Sounds like you had a great halloween! I live in an apartment building so I don’t get any trick-or-treaters. I wish I did as seeing the kids dressed up is so much fun!

  3. on 02 Nov 2006 at 12:04 pm Diesel

    Sir, there are no tags on that mattress. I’m afraid I’m going to have to take you in.

  4. on 02 Nov 2006 at 2:19 pm Cameron

    As a lowly college student who lives in the dorms I don’t have any good trick-or-treating stories. However, we did have a Halloween dance and there were some interesting costumes.
    For example:
    A Male Playboy Bunny (guy in drag) and Female Hugh Hefner
    Morning Wood – A guy wearing a robe carrying around a plank of wood.
    The “Spice” girls – Girls wearing black leotards with various spices taped to them.

  5. on 02 Nov 2006 at 7:22 pm Gayboo

    We gave amounts of candy out according to creativity. So kids wearing no costume (which there were surprising a lot) got no candy or one piece. And the most creative costume wearers got a handful of candy. The most creative was a kid wearing a horse as if he was riding it. You couldn’t see the kids real legs but it had fake ones draped around the horse’s sides. You had to see it. He got the rest of our candy. :)

  6. on 02 Nov 2006 at 7:59 pm Leon

    Interesting Halloween costumes. The SpongeBob one is just sad. No Halloween celebrated in JA though.

  7. on 02 Nov 2006 at 9:54 pm Luke

    There were a whopping 11 trick-or-treaters at my house. Wow.

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