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Subject: Halloween costume?
From: Cara
Date: 03 Oct 99 - 11:09 PM

My sister and I are going to a big Halloween party, and we want to have awesome costumes. We'd sort of like to play off of each other, but are open to suggestion.

Anybody got any ideas? What's the best costume you've ever seen?


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: DonMeixner
Date: 03 Oct 99 - 11:16 PM

My Dad always wanted to go out with no clothes on and a raisin on his naval. He was going to tell everone he was a sugar cookie.

Don


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: WyoWoman
Date: 03 Oct 99 - 11:26 PM

You can never go wrong with bubble wrap, a glue gun and double-sided tape. And lots of sparkly accoutrement from the fabric store.

ww


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Cara
Date: 03 Oct 99 - 11:31 PM

So would I then be a sort of naked person in disguise?


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Barry Finn
Date: 03 Oct 99 - 11:41 PM

Go as folksingers no one will 'think twice it'll be alright'. Barry


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: WyoWoman
Date: 03 Oct 99 - 11:44 PM

Cara -- When I made my last bubblewrap extravaganza, I wore pink long underwear tops n' bottoms under it. Another year, I wore navy blue long 'wear underneath, in keeping with the color scheme. I, personally, wouldn't go naked under it, but then I live in a cold climate and anyway, don't much like the feeling of plastic up next to my skin.

But I don't know what kind of party you'll be attending. Maybe naked underneath bubble wrap would be just the thing...Only you can be the judge of that.

ww


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: DonMeixner
Date: 03 Oct 99 - 11:50 PM

Cara,

It was the Great Holmes himself who said, "Naked is the Best disguise"

Don


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: emily rain
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 02:43 AM

on eof the contestants on a halloween episode of "win ben stein's money" was dressed as an unemployed jester. she was nobody's fool.

HAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAhaha...oh. ahem.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: campfire
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 05:43 AM

WyoWoman - I don't get it either...What exactly ARE you when wrapped in bubble wrap?

campfire


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: catspaw49
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 07:08 AM

A perverse bunch aren't we? Start out asking about Halloween costumes and right off we all get naked.......

Best thing I ever went as was at a party in YOUR hometown Cara.....Went as a "Flasher"..........Black socks, klunky shoes, hat, knee length raincoat buttoned only at the neck...............I got the idea from an old Lenny Bruce bit so I had a bouquet of flowers that I had glued to the front of an old bathing suit. The girl who was with me dressed as Bo Peep...We were a big hit!

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: catspaw49
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 07:16 AM

A perverse bunch aren't we? Start out asking about Halloween costumes and right off we all get naked.......

Best thing I ever went as was at a party in YOUR hometown Cara.....Went as a "Flasher"..........Black socks, klunky shoes, hat, knee length raincoat buttoned only at the neck...............I got the idea from an old Lenny Bruce bit so I had a bouquet of flowers that I had glued to the front of an old bathing suit. The girl who was with me dressed as Bo Peep...We were a big hit!

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Little Neophyte
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 08:09 AM

Catspaw, I'm very honored to chat with you, I've read so much about you. Were the flowers wilted or in full bloom.

the curious little one


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: catspaw49
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 08:23 AM

Hi Phyte......Why you'd be honored, I have no idea.....but gawd knows I like to talk and we're always glad to have more folks here!!!

The "flowers"(chrysanthemums)were of the Bobbitt variety--freshly cut. They didn't wilt til after we got home.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Cara
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 09:48 AM

Good suggestions! Keep'em coming.

The best costume I ever saw was a woman wearing a black negligee thingy with words painted all over it, i.e. id, ego, oedipal complex, superego, etc., in all different colors. She was a Freudian slip. I would do that myself but it's already been seen by the people who will be at this party unfortunately.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Allan C.
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 10:24 AM

Here are some I have used in past year:

I wore complete chef's outfit with a devil's mask and fork. I was (and am) a hell of a good cook.

The next year I put on Western boots and cowboy hat and a black shirt with stars and planets spray glued to it. "Some people call me a Space Cowboy..." - I thought about going as the Gangster of Love the following year but didn't.

I tried the next year to go as something really scary. I was very well dressed but had a small venetian blind hung around my neck with a page from a calendar (one Friday was circled with a magic marker) glued to the slats (sliced at the openings so that the blinds looked proper). Give up? I was a blind date.

Another year I wore a "sandwich" sign which featured a huge "F" on one side and an equally large "G" on the other. I had a hangman's noose around my neck. I was hung in effigy.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: WyoWoman
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 10:55 AM

Well, one year in the bubble wrap, I was the Wish Fairy. I made a sort of cape/jacket of the bubble wrap, with a lovely standup collar, and attached silver stars for the "buttons," and made myself a wand out of a dowel rod and another silver star, with colored ribbons wound around it and sparkle glued on everywhere I could get it to stick.

And people would pop my bubbles and get a wish. I have a photo of that somewhere -- if I had a scanner I'd put it up on my homepage if I had a homepage, so y'all could see it. It's pretty hard to describe, but was a great costume. Not nekkid, by the way. See through, yes, but I was completely clothed underneath.

ww


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: catspaw49
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 11:21 AM

I think its finally beginning to dawn on me. Ya' know WW, you're pretty bizarre..........I like that......but that only proves you are!

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Rick Fielding
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 11:52 AM

If someone wanted to send a message to McKnees in Scotland, it might be worth while. She knows quite a lot about Halloween costumes (I've got the pics to prove it). Since she's my sister-in -law, and I don't know how public she is about these dress-ups, I'll leave it to you.

Personally my costume is always that of a rumpled musician who refused to grow up.

Rick


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Margo
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 12:15 PM

I went to a party where two girlfriends dressed in garbage bags. One girl was a skinny little thing, and the other girl was not fat, but certainly a bigger girl. Their signs read "Wimpy" and "Hefty", respectively. That's one way of playing off of each other.

Margarita


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: annamill
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 12:28 PM

Hi Cara,

I once went as a full dressed Catholic nun with a slit up the side of my habit with a black garter belt.

I was a big hit ;-)

Love, annap


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Matthew B.
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 12:40 PM

Couples' costumes can be quite a challenge.

My wife and I went as Bluto and Olive Oyl (we hardly had to use costumes!)

The most gruesome "couple's" costume I ever saw was JFK and Jackie - him with a bullet hole in his head and her with blood all over her. I wasn't amused at all, but they were a big hit. Hey, we're becoming a desensitized society; last year I saw a kid go as the chalk outline! (a very urban theme)

I saw one couple go as the ultimate interfaith marriage: he was an old Hasidic Jew with a long beard; she was a nun (that wasn't you, was it, annap?) It was all the more enjoyable because he was very thin and she was, well, ample in her proportions. I also saw a hubby and wife who went as a pair of breasts.

Hope this helps.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: WyoWoman
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 01:26 PM

Catspaw! At last, my identity revealed. La Femme Bizarro.

It's absolutely true. But I'm closet bizarre. You'd never guess it to meet me...I look so normal, don't I, Kat?

This year I think I'll dress as a gargoyle and just carry a flamethrower....


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Allan C.
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 01:46 PM

This year I plan to attach a bunch of underwear to my upper torso and go as a chest-of-drawers.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: teddies@nauticom.net
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 02:46 PM

one year my husband and I dressed up in yellow and black stripes with huge sombreros w/ antennae attached to them, we also had big handlebar mustaches, criss-crossing ammunition belts and toy rifles. We were south american killer bees!


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: ursa
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 03:10 PM

one year my husband and I went in yellow and balck stipes, criss-crossing ammunition belts, handlebar mustaches, and sombreros with antannae attached to them. We were South American killer bees.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: katlaughing
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 04:57 PM

I have a wonderful black *circle* skirt, peasant blouse, scads of scarves, jewels, rings, bells on an ankle bracelet, and dangly earrings, with a scarf around my head...always go as a gypsy.

Years ago, another stadard which I won champagne for, was black leotard, black tights, you get the picture...black Kat. There's something to be said for old standards.

One year in windy Wyoming, back in the lates 50's, my mom suspended hula hoops, with wires, from my sisters' shoulders, who are twins With the hoops hanging aorudn their waists, she then attached orange crepe papers in strips, made them some caps with stems and they went as pumpkins, only the wind destroyed them, very quickly and it snowed!


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Tom on Comfort
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 11:10 PM

Couple of years ago, I tie-dyed a sheet and went as the ghost of Jerry Garcia...


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: sophocleese
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 11:13 PM

I once dressed in rags, spread white glue on my face and hands and let it dry and peel. I wandered around rining a small bell and calling "Unclean, unclean". I was a leper of course.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: campfire
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 11:56 PM

I saw a woman at a costume party wearing (over regular clothes) a blanket with all kinds of odds and ends (old plates, baby clothes, used books...) fastened on it. She was a rummage sale.

A girl I went to school with filled a clear plastic bag (Very large) with multi-colored balloons, somehow got inside it and managed to keep it in some sort of shape, and was a bag of jellybeans.

Of course, in college my (then) boyfriend and I tried very hard to be a sperm (him) and an egg, but nobody who saw us working on the costumes could figure out what we were. So with the help of a lot of cardboard, he became a Trojan packet (most popular brand around our parts at the time - ask Art) and I went as a packet of BC pills.

campfire


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: roopoo
Date: 05 Oct 99 - 03:25 AM

Winner at a local Star Trek fancy dress was the one who wore a brown/green abstract print t-shirt and a lot of branches: Captain's Log...(groan!) I once won a beachwear prize out of sympathy: I sat all night in a hot pub wearing an old-fashioned rubber wetsuit. At the last hallowe'en I went to I went as the Witchfinder General. mouldy


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Anika
Date: 05 Oct 99 - 10:13 AM

This may be somewhat "tasteless" to some but I thought of it as a good play on words. How about dressing yourselves in dark brown, crinkled up gargage bags,a pair of sunglasses each and a white stick.Voila,a pair of blind dates!


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Easy Rider
Date: 05 Oct 99 - 11:57 AM

I have this UGLY, medievil mask, with a really long, beaklike nose, like one of the bird characters on the Muppets. I wear a hooded cowle over it.

Halloween is on Sunday, so I think I'll go to Church in it this year. I'll bring my guitar and sing "Death Come Creeping".

EZR


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Little Neophyte
Date: 05 Oct 99 - 09:32 PM

I once saw a guy dressed as a gypsy with a small round table build around him that draped a long table cloth so you couldn't see his legs. A tiffany lamp hooked up to the table that worked. He would walk up to people at the party, sit down in front of them and start reading their fortune cards. It was hysterical! Neo


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: GutBucketeer
Date: 05 Oct 99 - 11:51 PM

Let me see....

One time I went as a traffic jam dressed in black with stripes down the middle and a working traffic light on my head (it took a while to make but it was fun changing it from stop to go while talking to someone).

I also went as a Nuclear Plant worker that glowed in the dark, sort of the Japan theme of the week.

The best costume for two women I ever saw was when I was living in Arlington Texas and we went to a costume party in a bar. Two girls showed up wearing these pink silk tear drop things with a great big red dot in the middle. No one knew what they were until they hugged. Then all of a sudden a pair of huge boobs was looking right at you. They won the contest!

JAB


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: northfolk/al cholger
Date: 06 Oct 99 - 10:31 PM

One year I went as Leon Redbone, but soon grew weary of the "Dr. Livingston, I presume" queries.... This year I may follow up on my(old line) threat for my wife to go as a horses head...and I'll go as myself!


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: emily rain
Date: 06 Oct 99 - 10:50 PM

i've now assembled this year's costume: i'm attending a "sex drugs and rock and roll" theme party (eww, i know; got high school?), and i'm wearing red silk balloon pants, a long white silk blouse, black felt vest, and red pillbox-type cap. and a leash.

i'm the monkey on your back.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Bill D
Date: 07 Oct 99 - 07:05 PM

There was a young woman named Moll,
With humor exceedingly droll
At a masquerade ball,
Dressed in nothing at all,
She backed in as a Parkerhouse roll


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: WyoWoman
Date: 08 Oct 99 - 12:29 AM

Oh, I forgot. Last year I just dipped my lip in a mixture of sour cream/milk and went as one of the "Milk mustache" ads. An amazingly simply costume and it got lots of laughs. I had to carry a cup of sour cream with me because the stuff kept drying.

I've had my bubblewrap photo scanned and am going to try to figure out a way to post it so you can see what I'm talking about. It was pretty cool. But I can't figure out how to get the photo from a disc to somewhere on the email or internet. This technology is so cool once you get it figured out, but the learning curve is daunting.

WW


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Allan C.
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 07:46 AM

Mick, listen up! You'll love this! I just learned of someone who purchased one of those fake birds at a craft store. Then he tore a wing off and attached it to the upper arm part of his left sleeve. Next he wired a huge potato to his zipper. He was a left-wing dictator!


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: WyoWoman
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 10:57 AM

Allan, that's good enough to steal...


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: WyoWoman
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 10:58 AM

Oh. I guess I couldn't, though, could I? Wouldn't quite work...


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Allan C.
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 11:12 AM

Maybe you could switch sleeves and replace the potato with a whisk. Then you could be a right-wing agitator.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Cara
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 05:52 PM

oh my that is just beautiful. i wish i'd thought of it.

admiringly, cara (who still has no costume for sure)


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 07:12 PM

In just twelve hours I have to have a costume suitable to be worn in the presence of children- and you aren't helping at all- tho the bubble wrap fairy gives me ideas, Wyo!
Allison


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Micca
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 07:25 PM

Cara, a friend of mine went Guising, which is a sort of Fancy dress but more intentional concealment of identity. thst later after export to the Colonies became Trick or Treat, got a blank face shaped mask but with no features and wore a suit and tie, bowlerhat (Am. Derby)briefcase and rolled umbrella and was the Faceless Bureaucrat.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Cricket In Canyon Lake, TX
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 07:56 PM

The easiest costume I've ever done was to take a syrophome cup and cut it down to fit your nose and then draw two dots on the bottom. You then drape a blanket over your shoulders and go as a "pig in a blanket." It was a cheap date and fun.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 08:05 PM

I once crashed what turned out to be a tramps costume party, and they gave me a prize.

That's one thing I like about folk festivals - you stand in a queue with all these people painted funny colours or wearing horses heads, and jangling with bells and all, and it's not fancy dress costume, it's their working gear.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 28 Oct 99 - 08:06 PM

One Halloween my wife and I were invited to two consecutive Halloween parties, one on Friday and one on Saturday Nights. I was Batman and she was Robin the first night, but the second night I didn't want to be Batman again, so I put on a suit and tie backwards, wore a mask on the back of my head, and we went as Back-man and Robin.


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Subject: RE: Halloween costume?
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Date: 28 Oct 99 - 08:11 PM

My personal favorite is the old Pregnant Nun- not sure what to recommend for your friend however along the same theme (also may be offensive to some)

A bald man with a wooden leg was invited to a halloween party and went to the local costume shop to get his costume. The attendant said, "I know exactly what you need!" and returned shortly with a pirates costume. He told the gentleman, "With your wooden leg, this would be perfect". The man blew up, "How can you even suggest such a thing- I am very self conscious about my wooden leg- take that back and get me something else at once!"

The attendant came back shortly with a monk's costume- he told the man, "The long robe will cover up your wooden leg and this will really take advantage of your shiny pate". The man was really incensed now- he told the attendant what he could do with the monk's costume and told him to get him a different costume.

A while later, the attendant came back with a can of red spray paint and a bag of caramels. He told the man, "Paint yourself red, while you are drying, melt the caramels in a pan. Pour the caramels over your little bald head, stick your wooden leg up your *ss and go as a Caramel Apple!"

DISCLAIMER- this post is not designed to offend catholics, pirates, monks, people who are tress challenged or those with wooden legs- no flames please! Laura


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