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Hensonville City 2011

Discussion in 'Games' started by The Count, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    Robin dons his pirate costume and Bobby comes over in a football player costume, Nancy has a ballet dancer costume and Megan has a cheerleader costume (none of the kids wanted to look too obvious. But if Robin was asked about the pirate costume in case anyone asked , he could say he was going to the swamp that night & wanted to be ready quickly)
    You guys all look cute! Here's your special Trick or Treat bags! :I slip their favorite candies into their bags This way you don't have to go throwing any stuff out that you don't like . And we adults don't have to go searching through the bags when you guys are done. I know somebody here hates that. Doesn't he Robin?
    Robin: Yeah!
    Nancy: Oh....I do too .
    tugging at Nancy's ponytail.
    You too huh Miss Kidd? Well go have fun you guys! Go start at Apartment 1. I'm pretty sure Ed and the Scare Crew have some good munchies!
    The kids all thank me and wave goodbye
     
  2. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    *Opening the door as the instrumental version of This Is Halloween plays throughout.

    Fog billows after the gates open admitting the kids into the graveyard where a certain phantomly dragon awaits, reciting the summoning chant, opening the graves revealing a fearsome floating face.

    In the next room, red glowing eyes peer out at our visitors from beneath the bed as its tail pokes out behind him, and the furry goodies devourer emerges from the cupboard beneath the stairs with fanged rubber bands around his hands and a spider-cap on his head.

    Next, the coffin lid lifts upwards so the master vampire's bats flitter out in a choreographed swarm, the signature thunder and lightning sounding in the distance when the vampire himself jumps into the frey.

    After that, the children enter through the kitchen/lab/bachelor pad where the computer chair rotates around revealing a scary English scholar brandishing his cane with a demented cackle.

    Everybody adjourns to the main unliving room much like congregating on the cobblestone streets of the town center where the treats are laid out on the countertop. We have shrunken apple zombie heads in a cider/juice punch for drinks, and we each helped the other in making special treats like creepy chocolate spiders or monster cookies or graveyard brownies. Or you could just skim a little from the candy skull on your way out, though there's always room for one more soul here.

    *Evil fading laugh. :scary:
     
  3. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    Before I lay down to go to sleep there's a a note on my pillow & a candy bar :
    Mom:
    I know how much u luv the peanut butter & chocolate bars I get every Halloween . So since I got a couple of extra . I'm giving u one . (Your such a cool mom . ALL the kids think so! )
    Love you!
    C U 2morro!
    Robin

    He's so sweet!!
     
  4. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    At the Bat Bolt & Skull, the scare crew is enjoying the musical performance by the skeletal Bone Boys band in honor of the Day of the Dead. We also happen to have a Death by Chocolate big brownie cake for Uncle Deadly's and Cookie Monster's birthdays, adding an extra candle for Count's as well.
     
  5. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    *Ed sets the table with a few extra places for breakfast in case some of our next-door neighbors in Apt 2 decide to hang about given Kathy's errands getting a new key for her computer lock.
     
  6. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    :sing: Jingle Bells ...Jingle Bells ... Gaffer get outta the waaayyyy.....:sing:.nudging Gaffer with my foot while I carry a box that has a ceramic Christmas tree in it .
    Gaffer: Meow?
    Sorry kitty but this is heavy setting it down Whew!! Oh it's okay one of you strong guys. I didn't need any help!:rolleyes:
    :sympathy:: Oh...sorry Kath!
    All right...you're forgiven this time. I'm in too good of a mood to quibble .
     
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  7. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Quibble? Heard dogs like :sympathy: ate that stuff up.
    *Feelings of gladness that we shared our meals this past weekend with all the roomies here who decided to show up.

    And we can look forward to begin deadcorating for Cryptmas. :)
     
  8. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    That's kibble! :sympathy:: And I don't eat that junk anymore!! Compared to to that , what Chef makes is a gourmet feast!
    :hungry:: Hey!! Yu seying my cooking iz like dog dud?
    :sympathy:: You said it, Chef... I didn't !
    Chef...your cooking isn't like dog food.
    :hungry:: Thenk yu Kethy!!
    :super:: So guys....are we watching "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer" tonight?
    Prairie: Hmmm... we'll see. That nighttime soap opera I like is on.
    Oh yeah! I keep forgetting when it's on!
    Robin: I'll watch Rudolph , Grover
    I don't think Rudolph & This Is Us will conflict , Prairie .
     
  9. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    *Hums the melody to The Question Song.

    Rudolph is tonight on CBS? Huh, hadn't heard it announced. Then again, I haven't been watching any football this season like I use to. That and almost all the Rankin-Bass Christmas specials have been bought by AMC which isn't part of my TV provider package. At least I have MMN and MCR to watch/listen to during December.
     
  10. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    Yeah....I watched only a bit though. (Yep...it's on CBS )
     
  11. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Eh, that's because CBS owns both the original separate Rudolph and Frosty specials airing them now in the holiday programming season. The other specials I grew up that are now on AMC include the RB Jack Frost special, (not the horror movie nor the movie with Michael Keaton nor the Russian fairy tale film from MST3K), Rudolph's Shiny New Year, and Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July which combines everything.

    *Hangs a few rusted bells from Notre Dame for when its time for the ringing and the jingling and the singing of the bells on the solstice day.
    Count ties a pullcord string so even any visiting Fraggles can grab and ring them aloud.
     
  12. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    listening to Sesame Street Christmas
    :sing: It's Gordon....and Bob...and Grover ..and Susan.....Luis ....AND GROVER! ..Ma-RIA...The Count......and Grover . and A Happy New Year......

    Robin stopping the CD : Gee ...too bad they forgot Grover! heehee
    :super:: Oh ha ha yourself Robin silly froggie! I promised your uncle Kermit I wouldn't whack froggies on the back anymore when approaching them from behind . I just might start doing that to you!
    Grover!!! giving him a look
    :super:: Oh...just kidding
     
  13. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    :insatiable: *Sniffing around. Me smell something in the air.
    Ed, singing, There's magic in the air this evening, magic in the air.
    :insatiable: No, me serious. Me smelling something me no can put finger on...
    *A thunderclap goes off with a timer alarm from the kitchen.
    :insatiable: Wait! That can mean only one thing.

    :batty: enters with a tray of goodies to set to packing.
    :insatiable: Number cookies!

    Yep, tomorrow's the first day of December so we'll kick back with MCR playing their annual Muppety merrython of music while we count our friends with the cookies we send them.
    *Snatches an oatmeal raisin 1 and 3 to meld them into a 13.
    UD comes in afterwards with his own batch of brownies branded with the signature scaramel topcoat.
     
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  14. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    The scare crew send a batch of wrapped number cookies, of all three varities, wrapped in our signature bat-print paper with a 3 cookie held by the bow at Apt 3 along with a birthday (Bearthday?) card for Bryan.

    After that, the members of the scare crew continue their various attempts at deadcorating for Cryptmas what with the monster wreath on the door and garlands of skull lights and holly.
     


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