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So trunk-or-treat is because parents are afraid of razors in apples or pedobear or whatever, but isn't getting free candy from the back of a vehicle the OG pedobear move?
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Mo wrote:So trunk-or-treat is because parents are afraid of razors in apples or pedobear or whatever, but isn't getting free candy from the back of a vehicle the OG pedobear move?
Being a single, older male, the last time I prepared for trick or treaters, I just gave out quarters. I didn't want any parent to be freaking out about me handing their precious little brats possible toxic treats.
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Aresen wrote:
Mo wrote:So trunk-or-treat is because parents are afraid of razors in apples or pedobear or whatever, but isn't getting free candy from the back of a vehicle the OG pedobear move?
Being a single, older male, the last time I prepared for trick or treaters, I just gave out quarters. I didn't want any parent to be freaking out about me handing their precious little brats possible toxic treats.
So instead you handed out choking hazards? *tsk tsk tsk*
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Warren wrote:
Aresen wrote:
Mo wrote:So trunk-or-treat is because parents are afraid of razors in apples or pedobear or whatever, but isn't getting free candy from the back of a vehicle the OG pedobear move?
Being a single, older male, the last time I prepared for trick or treaters, I just gave out quarters. I didn't want any parent to be freaking out about me handing their precious little brats possible toxic treats.
So instead you handed out choking hazards? *tsk tsk tsk*
So you're saying win-win?
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Hugh Akston wrote:Play it safe and show up dressed as a creepy clown.
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Shut down Halloween, we have a winner.
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From what I have observed there are certain areas or pre-arranged neighborhoods that people go to. Both for safety and for participating houses. I think I only got a knock once or twice when I lived in an apartment, but even living in a house we didn't get much traffic since we're off the main thoroughfare of the neighborhood and there aren't any sidewalks in our area.
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Mo wrote:Image

Shut down Halloween, we have a winner.
OOH OOH I KNOW I KNOW!
It's Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones, Madge Sinclare, and Eddie Murphy.
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Technically, two Eddie Murphys.
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OK, that's some fun costuming. :)

Because I was under the weather yesterday, I didn't do any Halloween-y stuff. But, given the office is still decorated in puked-up-Halloween, I just kicked off my Halloween playlist.

Excellent.

(I'd link "Vampire Roadtrip" by the Hammerdowns, but it's one of those rare songs not on YouTube.)
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Mo wrote:Technically, two Eddie Murphys.
Actually, I think it's three Eddies and no Arsenio.
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Eric the .5b wrote:I'd link "Vampire Roadtrip" by the Hammerdowns, but it's one of those rare songs not on YouTube.
"Frankenstein's Hotrod" made the cut.
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Warren wrote:
Eric the .5b wrote:I'd link "Vampire Roadtrip" by the Hammerdowns, but it's one of those rare songs not on YouTube.
"Frankenstein's Hotrod" made the cut.
Not as fond of that one as "Vampire Roadtrip", but good find. :)

Oh, and a different song not to sing aloud with at work:



"Stab" by the Pine Box Boys
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Warren wrote:
Mo wrote:Technically, two Eddie Murphys.
Actually, I think it's three Eddies and no Arsenio.
You're right, I assumed McDowell's Eddie was Semi, but Arsenio had no mustache in the movie.
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That's not going to fit Harvey Weinstein, at least not on the weight spec.
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Heimlich maneuver Halloween costume.

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That's pretty funny, and brilliantly put together!
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I wanna say I'd be Condescending Online Man, but let's face it the only one I can pull off is Casual Jeb Bush.
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trying to convince my wife to dress up as 70s feminist professor for halloween - jeans and boots, black turtleneck, huge necklace with women's sign on it. copy of the second sex in hand.
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dhex wrote: 20 Oct 2017, 08:10 trying to convince my wife to dress up as 70s feminist professor for halloween - jeans and boots, black turtleneck, huge necklace with women's sign on it. copy of the second sex in hand.
You should go as one of the rapists from Ms. 45.
Slip inside a sleeping bag.
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dhex wrote: 20 Oct 2017, 08:10 trying to convince my wife to dress up as 70s feminist professor for halloween - jeans and boots, black turtleneck, huge necklace with women's sign on it. copy of the second sex in hand.
She should have a bag full of bras to burn.
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dbcooper wrote: 20 Oct 2017, 08:28
dhex wrote: 20 Oct 2017, 08:10 trying to convince my wife to dress up as 70s feminist professor for halloween - jeans and boots, black turtleneck, huge necklace with women's sign on it. copy of the second sex in hand.
You should go as one of the rapists from Ms. 45.
that's a little too much of a back of the shelf deep cut for this part of rural maryland. also she'd never dress up as a nun.

i could do overly sensitive 70s male professor if i had a sweater. and a copy of iron john. and a pipe. a legit pipe i mean.
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