What's everyone dressing up as for Halloween this year?

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  1. Rivkah86

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    Just wondering what kind of costumes ya'll are sporting this Halloween, if any at all... Here's mine:
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    Really cute.
    We went to a party and I was Eeyore and Rod was Chewbacca. I cannot believe it but we do not have any pictures.:confused:
     
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    I went as Svengoolie the late night horror movie host out of Chicago. I tried to get my wife to dress up as Elvira but she went as a crazy cat lady instead. She pinned toy cats to a house coat and put curlers in her hair. The kids went as an prison inmate, cheerleader and mummy.
     
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    very cool! Thanks for sharing! That crazy cat lady costume reminds me of one I saw a while back... someone dressed in black with a whole bunch of different clothes attached to them and called themselves static cling!
     
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    I LOVE it! Very cute!
     
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    Well, I found these that someone posted on another site. We were invited to make headstones. Mine is for my dog Gadget, who is buried under our pear tree.:(
    He took two pix and in the second one I realized that as Eeyore I should not be smiling but he only posted the first one.
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    Love those costumes!
     
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    Way cool. My parents never dressed up for Halloween. I guess it was a different time back then. :(
     
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    Just Groucho nose-glasses. But genuine Beagle Puss Groucho nose glasses.

    I was a little shocked, two different ways, a year or two ago, when I bought them: first, I was shocked when neither the local "pop-up" Halloween costume shop nor the local party supply had any Groucho nose glasses in stock (I mean, that's an awfully basic thing not to have!), and then shocked again when I went to a local year-round clown-and-costume shop (run by a retired circus clown), and the genuine Beagle Puss brand was so much better than the cheap generic ones I'd bought years ago: the nose is almost lifelike, and the mustache and eyebrows are much more substantial.

    And no, you bet your life I don't work for the company that owns the Beagle Puss trademark.

    (Say the secret word, and divide a hundred dollars.)
     
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    My parents never did either. But we would sometimes when taking the kids out for Trick-or-Treats. Now, we do it even with the grandkids. It is just so much fun. Costumes were "optional" at the party but more than half were dressed up. I cannot figure who would go to a Halloween party and not want to dress for it.:confused:
     
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    Three generations here. My granddaughter picked out who each of us would be
    from Avatar (the cartoon).
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    My daughter's family likes themes.
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