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    Show us your 'tumes!

    Halloween is almost upon us, and tommorow all manner of slutty french maids to slutty ghosts to slutty frankensteins will be roaming the night in search of candy and slutty zombies to go to slutty Halloween parties with. For the first time in a while, Ima get in the spirit of things and go to school in costume (and maybe some slutty halloween parties after :p)

    So lets see what the freaky half of CA is planning on wearing, what they wore over the weekend to Halloween parties and when tommorow comes, what they wore on the day of days.

    My get-up is pretty simple, and here's quite an obvious hint at what it will look like;

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    Vega!!!

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    Rhineville, did you make those claws yourself?

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    Virus, you dead boy!

    And yes, these are completely self-made, as this city doesn't have a single pair of claws....

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    mMmm slutty wolverine

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    Nice, how solid is that? I mean...the idea of wolverine always seemed...flimsy.

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    Well poop on all of you because I'm stuck being girl-with-broken-foot-in-cast this Halloween

    One of these days I'll get around to being a nurse from Silent Hill or the Prince from Katamari Damacy. It's too bad I don't have short red hair anymore, or I could've been Dexter from Dexter's Lab.

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    VEGA-RINE!

    Goo, you can just sit by the door with the bowl of candy on your lap, open the door sloooooooooowly with your crutch when the kids show up, flail the crutch wildly and scream incoherently at the kids, then go back to eating your candy when they flee/wet themselves. You have it GOOD, woman!

    Show us your 'tumes!

    I double-dipped this year and used my zombie geisha costume that I wore back in April for the Zombie March.

    I will be wearing it to work tomorrow. There will be nothing more satisfying than walking into a children's video game company with blood running out my ears and a slit throat, muttering "BURAENZU!". It's almost worth the stinging skin irritation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhineville
    And yes, these are completely self-made, as this city doesn't have a single pair of claws....
    I know where you could get an extra exoskeleton for free, they might even throw in a free unlimited healing ability.. Might come in handy when you wipe your ass!

    Nice claws!

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    haha! Steph, "BURAENZU!" had me rollin'! Great idea for a costume too, way to represent different facets of zombie culture

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    Costume went over great at school, got a lot of compliments (especially about the claws, but there were a few about my physique ) Too bad I can't go out tonight, stupid painting class

    Anyways, here's some quick picks before painting comences (my hair used to be a lot more 'wolvie' but alas time takes its toll):

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    "Hack, Slash!"

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    "Neato Pose"

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    And my favorite:

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    And lets see some more costumes peeps :p
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    Great costume, love it! (awesome TV too).
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    That's the first time I've ever seen wolverine so nice and neat, and well trimmed. Hey he even washes and irons his clothes .

    Where's the beer bottle prop?

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    Hmm, wont you get arrested with what is essentially 6 knives attached to your hands?
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    Quote Originally Posted by timpaatkins
    Hmm, wont you get arrested with what is essentially 6 knives attached to your hands?
    That's why I didn't sharpen them.

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    Show us your 'tumes!

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    Does anyone know where I could find a full body skeleton print costume? I couldnt find one on google so I had to make one out of an old shirt. Im not even sure they still make them. Everything is origional except, I didnt make the latex appliances or the gloves. Im writing a walkthrough on how to do your own complex makeup, I hope to have it uploaded soon.
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    I painted my own skeleton body as well. Put some time in and you can get something that looks way better than any mass produced costume. The big advantage to painting your own bones is that you can make them more or less match your own actual bones. For the legs, as an example, I put on a pair of black jeans and made little white acrylic measure marks for the bend of my knee, the edge of my hip, etc. and then laid them out an painted in the bones. I think it makes a pretty bitchin skeleton suit if it's actually custom fit to your specific anatomy. Unfortunately, this is the only picture of it I've got (I'm in the middle):
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    heh id love to show my costume, but i really dont think i should. the theme of the party was 'In Bad Taste'.. and all the costumes there, including mine,.. were certainly in bad taste dont wanna offend anyone but it was quite a time.. the best clue i could give about my costume is: one could be viewed as "another man's freedom fighter'' - JAG
    it's only after you've lost everything, that you're free to do anything..

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    dave,
    you wore that last year you cheater.

    or is this from last year?
    your hair looks different.
    i like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavePalumbo
    I painted my own skeleton body as well. Put some time in and you can get something that looks way better than any mass produced costume. The big advantage to painting your own bones is that you can make them more or less match your own actual bones. For the legs, as an example, I put on a pair of black jeans and made little white acrylic measure marks for the bend of my knee, the edge of my hip, etc. and then laid them out an painted in the bones. I think it makes a pretty bitchin skeleton suit if it's actually custom fit to your specific anatomy. Unfortunately, this is the only picture of it I've got (I'm in the middle):

    Thats pretty cool man, good job.
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    I don't have pictures of this year's costume, but it was a little more tame than I usually do, since I know my 15 month old would have freaked out had I done the usual stuff. Here's a few prior incarnations, though. (unfortunately, you can't see the third set of arms in the spider costume, and my real arms barely read.):

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    you wore that last year you cheater
    Ah, but I never wore it in Philly. When you've got shit that good, you can't just toss it after one night. Besides, I had about 20 minutes to get something together.
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