Halloween Costumes

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So what are people planning on wearing for Halloween this year? I'm thinking of http://www.imdb.com/media/rm1912899584/tt0118715" [Broken] (I already have the long, grey streaked hair and beard).
 
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b0/Anonymous_at_Scientology_in_Los_Angeles.jpg/200px-Anonymous_at_Scientology_in_Los_Angeles.jpg" [Broken]

99% of my school will think I am V for Vendetta. Only 1% will know that I am Anonymous. x)
 
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I'm going as Tinker Bell. A women's size 8 should fit me just fine, right?
This I've got to see! Depending on how their sizes run, check your bust and hip size.
 
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My daughter is 20 and feels uncomfortable trick-or-treating at that age. So, she is going to chaperone my son as he goes round. He's 18 and this will be his last year. She figures to ride on his coattails and get her own stash of candy. Meanwhile, that leaves me off the hook and I can stay home and give out candy this year to the witches, ghosts, goblins, and ballerinas that darken my door. My son will be dressed as a businessman, suit and tie and an old leather briefcase for holding the take.
 
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So what are people planning on wearing for Halloween this year? I'm thinking of http://www.imdb.com/media/rm1912899584/tt0118715" [Broken] (I already have the long, grey streaked hair and beard).
Dude, there are two AWESOME commercially available "The Dude" costumes. One is him in normal attire (includes facial hair, bathrobe, etc..) the other is just his bowling shirt that says "Art" on it.

By the way, didn't Halloween used to be about disguising yourself? Isn't that the folklore? You would wear a disguise so that evil spirits would pass you by? I keep showing off my costume (which I made this year) and people keep asking: "Who are you supposed to be?" and my response is always "Umm... not myself... obviously."
 
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There are mounting points for more than 20 glow sticks and a storage rack on the front and back. I DJ the Halloween party each year, and I like to have a costume that I can move around easily in. Which will also protect me from stray bullets and sword-wielding medieval time-travelling madmen.

EDIT: By the way, the front says "PARTY ARMOR"
 
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Corporate Hallowe'en has gathered us into groups. We have decided our group is going to be http://dailyentertainmentpics.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/steve-jobs-resigns-as-apple-ceo-names-tim-cook-the-new-chief_pg-fm_0.png" [Broken].

I am going as http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/2e/Steve_Irwin.jpg/260px-Steve_Irwin.jpg" [Broken].
I have http://www.google.ca/search?q=sting...biw=1165&bih=886&sei= Kt2qTu2gHfS70AHswcG6Dw".


Catchphrase: "Doying is roilly doinjarious!"
 
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This I've got to see! Depending on how their sizes run, check your bust and hip size.
Luckily it stretches, but it looks ridiculous! But that is the point! :)
 
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Luckily it stretches, but it looks ridiculous! But that is the point! :)
Then next year you can carry a tommy gun and go as the fairy godfather.
 
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Then next year you can carry a tommy gun and go as the fairy godfather.
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