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Re: So? Are Ya Dressin' Up For Halloween?

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I'll do my best rendition of an undrunk person.
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Re: So? Are Ya Dressin' Up For Halloween?

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I shall be a Drunkard who is lying down and reading medieval texts. In bed. With a big "fuck off" nailed to the door.

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Re: So? Are Ya Dressin' Up For Halloween?

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Palinka Morningstar wrote:I shall be a Drunkard who is lying down and reading medieval texts. In bed. With a big "fuck off" nailed to the door.

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Re: All Hallows Eve

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Ya bunch of friggin Drunkards.


Jeez.



Oh, wait, I'm one o' ye.


DRINK! ya blessed Drunkards
















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Re: All Hallows Eve

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freaky flask!

btw decided I will NOT dress up anymore. Effort to reward ratio simply does not justify it!

although I always end up something strange on my head when I get a bid pickled... that reminds me, must order MDM fez
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Re: Halloween Ideas for Savage

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My dear Savage, your spirit of the season cannot be ripped from you merely because funds don't allow it and poor Grumpy is flying with one wing. Actually, Grumpy is already in costume - he can be the Invisible Man who's either on the way to becoming visible or invisible and hell, if you've got no other past costume on hand - which I find impossible to believe - you can merely enlarge your profile picture, print it and use it as a mask! No? Cut out the face and just use the hair as a wig. No? Hmmm. I know you have a vast cache of previous décor and costumes that you could employ. The night is still young there in Stucco Town - there's still time! If all else fails you can go for silly with stuff ya got in the house - stuff white paper and yourself into a white plastic garbage bag and go as "white trash" or carry around a cereal box and a knife and stab the box - hey, you're a "serial (cereal) killer"!

Throw down a coupla bourbons and let your 'Ween flag fly!
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Re: Halloween Ideas for Savage

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mistah willies wrote:Dear Lady Savage,

This is the worst thing I've ever read. How could your Halloween enjoyment be ghosted away in such a mean manner?

Here's what I did one time when we were likewise without proper decor for the most important observation of this lovely pagan rite for the kids:

I set up a dummy in the alcove, inside the house.

To wit:

I dressed the alcove with large, black plastic bags cut out down the side seams to make them long and duct-taped them all together from behind to hang down from the ceiling (secured there with a staple gun because I am a Rez man and I have no shame).

I stuffed a pair of work pants with what-have-you (autumn leaves, clothing, or perhaps dirty socks for added atmosphere?) and sat it, belted through the stiles of a wooden chair that had arm rests (very important).

Muddy boots stood below the legs, secured with duct tape around them, and a stuffed shirt my Lady tacked to the waist of the pants.

I cut a slit into the poly behind the place where the dummy's head should be, as well as arm holes.

I placed a plastic bowl with a small dose of halloween treats inside the dummy's shirt, and left it to hang open for their eager little hands. (No, not a perv).


Cut off the dummy's sleeves at the shoulders:


I wore the cut-off arm sleeves over my own shirt all night long.


I had a friendly (non-gory) mask with cheap sunglasses attached to it (Dark shades to hid your eyes. Mirrored are extra creepy, isn't that right?) and a pair of work gloves within reach, all to adorn as the need arose and the knock interrupted my sip from my drink during our viewing of "Lady In White."


When there came a knock on the door (Rez has no doorbells), I put on my mask and gloves, and I slid my arms through the arm-slits and rested them on the armrests of the chair, and I placed my masked face through the slit above the dummy's shoulders.


I shouted, "Come on in! The candy is in the dummy's belly! Help yourselves!"


And then I was silent as the door creaked open.



If they are young, do not move until they get their candy.


If they are old enough, then you move your arms a little bit.


If they are teenagers, then you growl and raise your arms up, or even grab their hands at the last moment.


You may end up with more candy than you offered.



But at all times, you are protected because you can see everything, and because you are behind a dummy in a plastic alcove. You can decide what you will do.


Cool with you?




At any rate:


DRINK!

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Re: Halloween Ideas for Savage

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NYDingbat wrote:My dear Savage, your spirit of the season cannot be ripped from you merely because funds don't allow it and poor Grumpy is flying with one wing. Actually, Grumpy is already in costume - he can be the Invisible Man who's either on the way to becoming visible or invisible and hell, if you've got no other past costume on hand - which I find impossible to believe - you can merely enlarge your profile picture, print it and use it as a mask! No? Cut out the face and just use the hair as a wig. No? Hmmm. I know you have a vast cache of previous décor and costumes that you could employ. The night is still young there in Stucco Town - there's still time! If all else fails you can go for silly with stuff ya got in the house - stuff white paper and yourself into a white plastic garbage bag and go as "white trash" or carry around a cereal box and a knife and stab the box - hey, you're a "serial (cereal) killer"!

Throw down a coupla bourbons and let your 'Ween flag fly!
Naw, we went and watched Bad Grandpa. Then paid 8.50 each for bourbons at some cheesy diner. I WANT MY HALLOWEEN BACK!
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Re: So? Are Ya Dressin' Up For Halloween?

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Dear God, do any of you know the cost of oil these days? You might as well pour molten silver over the intruders.
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Re: So? Are Ya Dressin' Up For Halloween?

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Those Addams's were filthy rich.

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Re: So? Are Ya Dressin' Up For Halloween?

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first hallows in a decade i haven't been leading the wee ones' charge on sugar.

pretty cool.
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103 days until Halloween

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Halloween is coming. Have you bought your candy yet?

oh yeah, and the minis for the parents, and the baby biscuits for the little babies, and the doggie biscuits? Seriously, why do folks TOT with their dogs? I dunno.
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Since Halloween Will Soon Be Upon Us...

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...I thought that I'd lend a hand to those that don't want to be bothered with the "Trick or Treaters" and all that nonsense.

Simply print this out and attach it to your front door:

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Re: Since Halloween Will Soon Be Upon Us...

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might just try this. hopefully my front door won't be kicked in again
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Re: Since Halloween Will Soon Be Upon Us...

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Mr. Zombie Viking wrote:might just try this. hopefully my front door won't be kicked in again
I believe you are confusing trick or treat with good ol' booze or brawl?

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