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Old 10-03-2005, 05:06 PM   #11
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One year I went as the most horrifying thing I could possibly think of.

I figured that the parents that open the door had seen everything and wern't phased by monsters, ghosts or ghouls, so I put on my best sunday suit and tie, shined my shoes and grabbed my moms briefcase.

I would then introduce myself at each door as an IRS Auditor.

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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Scary!!!!
This year my 10 year old is going to be an orange m&m (crispy), and my older boy, who's 13th birthday is on halloween will be a jester with a skeleton mask.

Because I had a halloween baby, we've always had great costumes and parties - you name it, we've done it. One favorite was the year he turned 4 and was Aladdin. His little brother was 16 months old, and I took an old teddy bear costume, removed the ears, added big felt ears, a long tail, a red/purple vest and a fez. He was "Abu" the monkey.

The best costume I ever wore was one I dreamed up for my roommate and myself. We were otter pops.
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Old 10-03-2005, 05:14 PM   #12
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One year I went as the most horrifying thing I could possibly think of.

I figured that the parents that open the door had seen everything and wern't phased by monsters, ghosts or ghouls, so I put on my best sunday suit and tie, shined my shoes and grabbed my moms briefcase.

I would then introduce myself at each door as an IRS Auditor.

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Hee, Hee. I bet you didn't get much candy

Raven, you reminded me of the same costume, except with a summons stuck on the back -- A Lawsuit (Groannnn). (Btw, your taxidermy addy always cracks me up.)

Cute, cute pic of you and your little ones, Crewsk.

I might wear this when the kids come to the door. (And my Corrections Officer outfit when I go out.)

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Old 10-03-2005, 05:18 PM   #13
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So mish, are you going to open the door and say "Say the secret woid and get a piece of candy!"?
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Old 10-03-2005, 05:47 PM   #14
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Thanks mish!
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Old 10-03-2005, 05:50 PM   #15
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So mish, are you going to open the door and say "Say the secret woid and get a piece of candy!"?
I remember that b/w show mud. I'll do it with a bubblegum cigar.

You're welcome, Crewsk. They look exactly like you
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That's what everyone says but I think TC looking more like his dad every day. There's no hope for Savannah though, she's stuck looking like me for the rest of her life.
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Old 10-03-2005, 05:58 PM   #17
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Aw, crewsk. I know you're kidding. Lovely family. I never asked, but since you mentioned TC, what does it stand for? (Only if you are comfortable with that.)
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It stands for Thomas Christopher. Hubby's middle name is Thomas & we converted my name, Kristin, to Christopher.
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Thanks crewsk. Nice names.
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