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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sgt Floyd, Oct 1, 2007.
Hey... Halloween is over!
now the thread's for next Halloween!... it's just a wider corner
So, anybody have plans for next year's costume?
This year I was Super Jedi Indiana Potter.
Next year I'm considering being Casper the Friendly Ghostbuster.
Ok, We are at another rather large corner, but thursday it will be october 1st!
So...i tihnk its close enbough to bumpies this thread!
In case you didnt already know, I LOVE halloween
By the way, Halloween is on a friday this year
Uh it's Wednesday that it'll be October 1st. But can't wait. I'm off and when i'm off i can decorate the house (even tho my dad hates it) He's not on into decorating the house when Halloween comes around. Christmas he doesn't mind putting up lights even tho i know he would rather not. But...HALLOWEEN! *makes scary ghost sounds*
Wait till you see my annual Halloween avatars... this year, I'm doing a sallute to Gegege no Kitaro... a Japanese cartoon from the 60's (and 70's...and 80's...and 07...and 08) about a boy who talks to weird ghosts and monsters....
Yeah figured that out this morning. I seriosuly thought september had 31 days XD
Boy I felt like an idiot when my friend told me that it had 30
I know how you feel. I had someone tell me something and i told them it wasn't and then when i heard it on tv or which ever i felt like a fool for telling my freind that he was wrong.
I need a Halloween avatar too. I NEED MONSTERS! *evil laughter*
For halloween this year, I'll be going as an underemployed college graduate again with a sign around me saying the following: "college is a waste of time".
Halloween Commercial circa 1989:
Mine has zombies
You know, I dont like beetlejuice. Actually, its one of the only burton films I didnt like
^ I don't care for the movie that much (frankly, Beetlejuice was just too perverted and lewd for me, to the point where I was rather uncomfortable when he came around). The TV series, however, I love
I didn't like the live action movie at all, it defiantly freaked my out. Plus the idea of them being in their wedding cloths and then slowly dieing again while saying they loved each other was just too much for me...Beetlejuice was actually not as much of a villain as the living people were in the movie...I think that's why I loved the cartoon so much :3
Well, I got my costume already.Its the same thing I wore last year! Yay! I gets ta be a fuzzy cute and (snarling) cuddy werewolf! Again!
Only loast year I wore a black robe. This year I'm ditching the robe and dressing like I normally dress. Which means I'm gonna wear my harley jacket (unless I can convince my mom to buy me a black trenchcoat, which I probably wont), tshirt (hmmm...probably my ozzy shirt?), guitar pick necklace, jeans, and my *black* DCs. I'm going for a rocker look XD
I'm not sure whether or not I'll be passing candy out this year. I was alone last year and didn't really want to deal with it.
I wish I was still young enough to TOT I miss it!
Speaking of passing out candy, if you've ever been in that position, what's the most trick-or-treaters you've gotten in one night?
Two years ago, I believe we ended up with about 145 kids in a single night... we ran out of candy half-way, and ended up having make an emergency run to the store for more.
Oh gosh, I'm not even sure. In my current neighborhood, there doesn't seem to be that many kids, so we've gotten very few in the past. It feels like the numbers slip every year because parents are so paranoid now They go somewhere "safe" like a mall pass-out in the middle of the day or just keep them inside. Makes me sad that they're missing out.
In my childhood neighborhood the numbers were really big, especially since the neighborhoods were "attached" through sidewalks, and they were mostly family oriented places. Lots of kids.
I love both the Beetlejuice movie and cartoon. I don't mind if they contradict, they're totally different things.
It is odd that so few Halloween specials are shown anymore. In an effort to removed the old, we've ended up with nothing.
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