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Inyri Forge VIP Member

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#1 7 years ago

Name the best costume you saw tonight.

Mine is the little Asian girl that came to my door without a costume and when we looked at her strangely she said "I'm an immigrant."

She got extra candy.




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#2 7 years ago

I pretend to be out when trick or treaters come around. Then again I never did it when I was younger either - never knew anyone who'd do it or thought it was a big thing - probably didn't get the relevant conditioning to want to pay it on down the line =p

Walked into town - didn't see anyone in costume. There were a couple of girls walking around the estate I live in with their parents - skirt and tights though - no costumes.

Back a few years when I was in Scotland it seemed to be a much bigger thing. There were some interesting costumes then. Girl in a Tom Baker outfit was pretty hot.




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#3 7 years ago

I didnt see it personally, but a local radio morning show had a contest between the 2 hosts.

The one that won got to pick to losers costume.

Well, the one that won choose the Stay Puff Marshmallow man. She later started dancing to 'Im Sexy and I know it.'

One of the most awesome sights ever (they posted a video), of the Stay Puff Man dancing to it.

Also... someone walked into my class today as a Banana in Pyjamas.


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#4 7 years ago

Why didn't the one that won just choose a single plaster across the vag? I mean if the point is to screw the loser over...

Meh. *shrug* Winner and loser - seems a very odd contest without applying malice to the terms.




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#5 7 years ago

[COLOR=orange]Personally, I do not understand the concept of Halloween. Dressing up in costume is just an example of making yourself look to be something you are not. That of course is lying.[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange][/COLOR] [COLOR=orange][/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]Second of all, begging for candy is asking for someone to reward you for lying. In fact, lying should not be rewarded; it should be punished, severely.[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange][/COLOR] [COLOR=orange][/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]If you could please, what exactly is the excitement of Halloween anyway? Why do people enjoy it so much? :clueless:[/COLOR]


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#6 7 years ago

Halloween is fun. Imitation is the highest form of flattery.

You are no fun, Lindale.




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#7 7 years ago

Master Lindale;5579874[FONT=Georgia][SIZE=4][COLOR=orange][I]Personally, I do not understand the concept of Halloween. Dressing up in costume is just an example of making yourself look to be something you are not. That of course is lying.[/QUOTE]

No. It's not. It's presenting a particular aspect of your personality. We have many contradictory feelings and impulses in us. Which we decide to lend emphasis to at which point defines our reality.

It's not lying.

We (people who engage in different appearances) are like.... Diamonds, cut with many facets, suspended in the sea. And how we turn in response to the waves dictates how we scatter light - someone might say we're lying but from a more holistic perspective we're simply showing a different part of the same underlying pattern which you haven't seen before.

Obviously there are people who say outright that X is Y without reference to a greater social norm - and they are lying - but an act that everyone knows is an act; and consents to; that's not really a lie.

[QUOTE=Master Lindale;5579874]Second of all, begging for candy is asking for someone to reward you for lying. In fact, lying should not be rewarded; it should be punished, severely.

I just imagine you opening the door on some five year old kid in a Halloween costume and, before she can say anything, sucker punching the poor girl. :lulz:




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#8 7 years ago

Do the style of costumes have some matchup to your own personality?

Nemmerle;5579877I just imagine you opening the door on some five year old kid in a Halloween costume and, before she can say anything, sucker punching the poor girl. :lulz:

[COLOR=orange]I have to confess, she would probably get the best of me. In any case, I am much to gentle to fall into any such brutality. :nodding:[/COLOR]


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#9 7 years ago
Master Lindale;5579874[COLOR=orange]Personally, I do not understand the concept of Halloween...[/COLOR][COLOR=orange]If you could please, what exactly is the excitement of Halloween anyway? Why do people enjoy it so much? :clueless:[/COLOR]

Halloween is essentially, "let's worship Satan for an evening". Most people know it and do it anyways because it's fun.

Best costume? Birthday suit. Driving through town past the college, dude runs right in front of my car, middle of the sidewalk, turns and shakes his wang to the traffic, and runs off.




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#10 7 years ago

Ooh, a penis. I like those.