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Posted: Sat, 27th Oct 2007, 7:19pm

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So, who's going to a halloween party this year? I'm leaving for one in about an hour, I'll post pictures of my costume later. What are you dressing up as?
Posted: Sat, 27th Oct 2007, 7:24pm

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I'm having one for my birthday, not sure what I'm going as yet, hmmm I should get on that.
Posted: Sat, 27th Oct 2007, 10:08pm

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I went to one last night as Dr. House.







Another picture is my avatar right now.
Posted: Sat, 27th Oct 2007, 11:03pm

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Is that REAL stubble, or makeup?
Posted: Sat, 27th Oct 2007, 11:07pm

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Is that REAL stubble, or makeup?
It's actually pepper. It would take me like 2 months to even grow proper stubble. Although, seeing how much older I look, perhaps I should just let it go.

Perhaps a quarter to a half of it is real though (but cause it's blond, you can't tell that much.)

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Posted: Sat, 27th Oct 2007, 11:08pm

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How many times did you sneeze?
Posted: Sat, 27th Oct 2007, 11:10pm

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It wasn't so much a problem of sneezing, it was more that my face felt like it was burning off by the end.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 4:41am

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Gasp! my birthday is on Halloween! That's in like, 4 days lol!
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 4:43am

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Evman wrote:

It wasn't so much a problem of sneezing, it was more that my face felt like it was burning off by the end.
Yes, melting faces do tend to be a problem...
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 1:47pm

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Haha, Evan, that looks like the saddest party ever.

As for me, I'm running my usual Haunted House through my house again this year. The block locks up with cars and becomes pedestrian and we get close to 2,000 people in it, so it's always a lot of fun.

We've always been so busy with the building it last minute and then the hectic day itself with so many people, we've never got any proper video of it. Hopefully I can get some to show you guys this year. smile
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 3:04pm

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Atom wrote:

Haha, Evan, that looks like the saddest party ever.


Better?

First one was taken before most people got there.

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Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 3:16pm

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Atom said
As for me, I'm running my usual Haunted House through my house again this year. The block locks up with cars and becomes pedestrian and we get close to 2,000 people in it, so it's always a lot of fun.
Heh, sounds like a huge house. Be sure to hide in the shadows and whack peoples heads with huge rubber hammers smile.

As for me I'm not going to a party this year, I'm staying at home while Mum takes my sister trick and treating.

But while there gone I've got loads of plans set up ready for the trick and treaters. One of which is hiding in the car and waiting until the ring to doorbell, honk the horn then flash the lights. And I've also placed a small electric thing under the welcome mat which my next door neighbour kindly let me borrow. Basically they'll stand on it and the weight of the children will trigger the electric giving them an electric shock. It's quite fun standing on it again and again razz.

Hope everyone has a nice Halloween wink.

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Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 3:44pm

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B3N wrote:

Atom said
As for me, I'm running my usual Haunted House through my house again this year. The block locks up with cars and becomes pedestrian and we get close to 2,000 people in it, so it's always a lot of fun.
Heh, sounds like a huge house. Be sure to hide in the shadows and whack peoples heads with huge rubber hammers smile.

As for me I'm not going to a party this year, I'm staying at home while Mum takes my sister trick and treating.

But while there gone I've got loads of plans set up ready for the trick and treaters. One of which is hiding in the car and waiting until the ring to doorbell, honk the horn then flash the lights. And I've also placed a small electric thing under the welcome mat which my next door neighbour kindly let me borrow. Basically they'll stand on it and the weight of the children will trigger the electric giving them an electric shock. It's quite fun standing on it again and again razz.

Hope everyone has a nice Halloween wink.

B3N
lmao, sounds like fun. I want to hide in our car at the end of our driveway and scream at kids too.wink
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 3:48pm

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Evman wrote:

Atom wrote:

Haha, Evan, that looks like the saddest party ever.
Better?

First one was taken before most people got there.
The indian-style sitting is still pretty lame, but yes, a little better. smile
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 3:53pm

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Why didn't you have the party on halloween? Any way, I'm going to a small party with some freinds that were in the Brazil group. We arn't suposed to have costumes though. In fact, it won't even be for halloween, just us hanging out on halloween.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 4:21pm

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Atom wrote:

Evman wrote:

Atom wrote:

Haha, Evan, that looks like the saddest party ever.
Better?

First one was taken before most people got there.
The indian-style sitting is still pretty lame, but yes, a little better. smile
I'll tell the host to get chairs to accommodate like 30 people then. No biggie.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 6:20pm

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You can't have a party without 30 chairs, don't you know? smile

(I just thought it was funny that everyone was sitting on the ground because the bulk of parties I've been to, everyone always stands. It seemed like if there was live music, everyone would stand, too. Just looked odd. smile)
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 6:32pm

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Yeah, well, the highschool parties I've been to at my new school are much different than both of those. Everyone's holding a) alchohol b) cigarette/drugs c) a girls ass.

Psh, standing.

I've done c on multiple occasions.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 7:07pm

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Fill wrote:

Yeah, well, the highschool parties I've been to at my new school are much different than both of those. Everyone's holding a) alchohol b) cigarette/drugs c) a girls ass.

Psh, standing.

I've done c on multiple occasions.
Well, I could've included those, but I don't need to prove to some random internet people I'm cool. wink
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 7:26pm

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Fill wrote:

Yeah, well, the highschool parties I've been to at my new school are much different than both of those. Everyone's holding a) alchohol b) cigarette/drugs c) a girls ass.

Psh, standing.

I've done c on multiple occasions.
Clearly you're doing it all wrong it you're all just stood about holding drugs and alcohol, they work much better when consumed. I'm not going to comment on the touching of some strumpet's arse but suffice to say that if she was actually aware that you were doing it then you are quite the man and the internet is suitably impressed.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 7:27pm

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Fill wrote:
Yeah, well, the highschool parties I've been to at my new school are much different than both of those. Everyone's holding a) alchohol b) cigarette/drugs c) a girls ass.

Psh, standing.

I've done c on multiple occasions.


Clearly you're doing it all wrong it you're all just stood about holding drugs and alcohol, they work much better when consumed. I'm not going to comment on the touching of some strumpet's arse but suffice to say that if she was actually aware that you were doing it then you are quite the man and the internet is suitably impressed.
If all that stuff is cool, I guess I'm the biggest dork on the planet.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 7:32pm

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Rawree wrote:

Fill wrote:

Yeah, well, the highschool parties I've been to at my new school are much different than both of those. Everyone's holding a) alchohol b) cigarette/drugs c) a girls ass.

Psh, standing.

I've done c on multiple occasions.
Clearly you're doing it all wrong it you're all just stood about holding drugs and alcohol, they work much better when consumed. I'm not going to comment on the touching of some strumpet's arse but suffice to say that if she was actually aware that you were doing it then you are quite the man and the internet is suitably impressed.
No, they don't just stand their with the drugs and alcohol, they drink/smoke/sniff it too, which is the sad part. I find it quite silly actually. I've turned down many offers to do so myself. Rawree, I hope you are as impressed as the internet, because the girls were definitely aware of me. smile

That's besides the point. What is the point is that Peyton Manning broke Johnny Unitas's TD pass record.

Actually, that's beside the point too. Nevermind.

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Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 7:32pm

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Rockfilmers wrote:



If all that stuff is cool, I guess I'm the biggest dork on the planet.
Yep, extra cool points if you post videos of your goonish mates and yourself doing any of the above on youtube. Extra extra points if the video features the music of Yellowcard or other such rubbish.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 7:34pm

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Photos of the Halloween party I went to are too explicit for this website. Though I'll try and upload a photo of me and my friends costumes so you can see what we all spent the last two weeks making. smile

-Hybrid.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 9:01pm

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I went to one, and I was Fritz the Cat


Who I was supposed to be






There's me, and Danny in the hick suit (was in a bunch of our movies) Conor as Johnny Cash (was in a bunch of our movies) and the tiny head to the left is Hudak, who was a zombie in Zombie Force.
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I was going as slash, but i couldnt find the wig so im going as a diva/rapper/mexican/dentist, and its getting a good laugh from my friends. razz im hosting my own halloween party, on halloween, and after 2 1/2 hours of partying out of our minds, were going trick or treating. Hey, ya get candy and ur not to old so why not? wink
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 10:00pm

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Fill wrote:



I've done c on multiple occasions.
Would have been fine if you hadn't added that, now it makes you seem rather weak... sad sorry
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 10:10pm

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Well, I actually don't HAVE any pictures from the party, thus no pictures of my costume. Oh well.
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I made a really nice looking Legolas costume. There are no pictures of it yet, though.
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This is my creation smile





We broad-casted live all night.
Posted: Sun, 28th Oct 2007, 11:44pm

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CX3 wrote:

This is my creation smile





We broad-casted live all night.
That's awesome CX3!
Posted: Mon, 29th Oct 2007, 12:48am

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Evman wrote:

Fill wrote:



I've done c on multiple occasions.
Would have been fine if you hadn't added that, now it makes you seem rather weak... sad sorry
I'm sorry Evman. I guess you're the part of the internet that isn't impressed.

CX3, that is awesome. I wish I would have thought of that...
Posted: Mon, 29th Oct 2007, 2:21am

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Underage alcohol and drugs and stuff are never really cool at parties, and it's stupid to support them. But they happen, and I suspect it's commonplace in more areas than Texas. But you just look stupid, Fill, saying that. It's like:

"Yeah, I'm a BIG KID. I have ALCOHOL at my parties. Let me NON-CHALANTLY brag about that even if I don't do it." And it's lame, since it's either expected or looked-down upon.

Rockfilmers, nothing wrong with not having parties like that, nothing at all. Now that avatar on the other hand confirms your dorky-ness. smile (kidding, kidding)
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CX3 - That is just pure brilliance.

Fill - what was the point of telling that here? It strikes me as a bit odd, concerning how I can't see how anyone on this website would want to know about your drinking habits... unsure
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But they happen, and I suspect it's commonplace in more areas than Texas
it happens ALL the time up here in colorado. wow I've been away (from fxhome) since forever! anyways this wednesday I'm going to a halloween concert and I'm actually makijng my costume as we speak LOL

this is what it will look like by wednesday

still need a mask and gloves
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Hah hey thanks guys.

Evman - You better have been poppin fake pills all night haha.
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my brother is going out to bars on Wednesday as the weighted companion cube. Thought that was pretty cool.
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Rockfilmers, nothing wrong with not having parties like that, nothing at all. Now that avatar on the other hand confirms your dorky-ness. (kidding, kidding)
Hey, shut up! My mom say it looks good.biggrin JK! I've had problems with it so I just put it up to test it. I'm changing it soon, just don't know what to. And I was being sarcastic about my last post.
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Went to a party on saturday, and i said before in a topic i would post pics so here goes nothing!

Please bear in mind first time EVER using liquid latex and applying gore-FX! Took me 90 minutes to apply the face stuff and get my entire costume ready to go out with. By the way, most of my costume was hand-made and on-'n'-off (mainly off) took 2 days to put together.





I didn't want to bite off more than i can chew so i didn't do too much, didn't go into complex to do areas and i took my time.

With more experience and in the same situation, i would of done some heavier bruising and spread it further across my face. And maybe done a further bloody wound if i moved the oozing-hole down my cheek. And looking now, done less latex in obvious parts where i estimated wrongly about it not sticking to my face well enough when it actually held on really well. You can see what i mean around the hole to the right where there is a slight 'ridge' circling it.

But... For my first atempt, i'm pretty impressed!

...And in the end i convinced my gf to class me as human again razz



Bless her. Ignore the blood... It get's everywhere!
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That looks great!
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Dude, that makeup was properly nasty. Considering it's your first time and you pulled it off, I might have to try out some latex FX sometime soon. I've put it off, since I assumed it's pretty complicated, but Hey, if you can do it, so can I...
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Yeah, you know you're jealous. razz
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I have that shirt, and have since realized how completely lame it is.
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Evman wrote:

I have that shirt, and have since realized how completely lame it is.
Yeah, probably because I wore it. heh

In all honesty, this was completely last-minute, because I was at a store tonight, saw this shirt, and grabbed it. 'Nuff said. wink
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Rockfilmers wrote:

That looks great!
Thankyou me

Bryce007 wrote:

Dude, that makeup was properly nasty. Considering it's your first time and you pulled it off, I might have to try out some latex FX sometime soon. I've put it off, since I assumed it's pretty complicated, but Hey, if you can do it, so can I...
I personally know i could of done better, but as said before i didn't wana push my luck as i didn't know what limits i had with the stuff i was using.

I put it off, but i came across some liquid latex in a shop and seeing as it was there-and-then, i bought some, moulded it into shape using some items and techniques, and stuck it to my face with spirit gum (otherwise known as "skin glue").

I'm hoping i can find an excuse to dress up as a zombie for the day. I'm also hoping for an excuse to convinve by girlfriend to do the same (i would do the make-up for her) so we can be a zombie couple which will be really funny to do and go around as... It would so be prime for some kind of comical sketch:

"I love you"
"hmrmrmraaah" *bites arm*"
"i don't think i'm ready for that kinda comitment"

...Yeh that was weak, but ah well.
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Yea I was going to do a big halloween costume this year. The cost of the costume might be a bit too much though.

And I don't think my girlfriend would come near me with it, being it would be a full facial prosthetic. The makeup and nails alone was going to cost 140$. Not to mention the handmade costume and the contact lenses.

In case your wondering, I was going to go as Lord Voldemort. Me and my girlfriend made the cloak for it since I couldnt find anything near cool enough on the net, let alone a halloween store. It was going to be awsome but now I dont think I want to spend that much on a costume anymore. razz
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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Those are amazing. eek
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Probably the best night of the year. This photo was taken at a pub before things really got into full swing. We went to a club later on to a brilliantly adoring reception, My hands were raw from high fives.

-Hybrid.

p.s. I'm Blue.
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I'll post pictures of my party later. For all of you who remember the show "Doug" from the 90s, I went as Quail Man.
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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

You're officially my new best friend.
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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Probably the best night of the year. This photo was taken at a pub before things really got into full swing. We went to a club later on to a brilliantly adoring reception, My hands were raw from high fives.

-Hybrid.

p.s. I'm Blue.
Seriously, I love you for that. I've been a Power Ranger many a Halloween (Green-Tommy, specifically.) Best costume of the thread so far IMO.
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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Those are amazing. eek
Who's the tool trying to drink through his mask biggrin (the green on btw). Was a mistake I made many times before I took it off, trying to get pics from the guys that took em.
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Well, Here's my costume:


My friend was supposed to be Mario, but he was too self conscious to do anything. Also, two of my friends were Batman and Robin and it was brilliant. If I can get some pics of them, I will put them up. Their costumes were hilarious biggrin

BTW, Overalls have got to be the rarest clothing in my city. It took me 3 days of searching for them to get my hands on them.
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This was my kind of Halloween party.

Haunted House stuff from.......our house. This was the start of the crowd.

Crowd.

Crowdederer.

Part of the back of it.

Best. Halloween. Ever.
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Awesome atom! Do you have any more pictures? The halloween party I went to had nothing like that except the bathroom. Everything was covered with blood, there were body parts in the bathtub, and a statue of an evil..... thing wink, eating his own arm. But there were decorations everywhere.
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Here are my brother's cube pictures:




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film freak wrote:

Awesome atom! Do you have any more pictures? The halloween party I went to had nothing like that except the bathroom. Everything was covered with blood, there were body parts in the bathtub, and a statue of an evil..... thing wink, eating his own arm. But there were decorations everywhere.
I don't have a great deal of pictures, as the flash kinda ruins the haunted house for people walking through and blinds the scarers, but I've got a few more. Like I said in another thread, we got around 1,000 people to come and had attractions built in and around my house that included a real electric fence, a werewolf cage, that doctor setup, a chainsaw guy to run people out, several fogged-up black tunnels, and a clown room.

It all went pretty well and we scared quite a few people. Cops pulled by several times with their lights flashing because the blocks around us were locked-up with cars and crowds coming in......like they could do anything about it. wink
Posted: Sun, 4th Nov 2007, 1:48am

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Here I am.

And the quiver and bow.

And the brooch (which I'm very proud of making from a tin can lid, even though a couple of wires had fallen off in this picture)
Posted: Sun, 4th Nov 2007, 1:53am

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Waser wrote:

Here are my brother's cube pictures:

That was a triumph.
I'm writing a note here : HUGE SUCCESS.
It's hard to overstate my satisfaction.

-Hybrid.
Posted: Fri, 16th Nov 2007, 10:00pm

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late but what the hell

Posted: Sun, 18th Nov 2007, 1:38am

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Merrick: Nice Lego!!
Posted: Mon, 19th Nov 2007, 5:00pm

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Thanks. smile
Posted: Tue, 20th Nov 2007, 3:23am

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I did not make it to any parties this year, but I did hand out candy to all the adorable little tots who happened by the house. I surpassed my goal of making ten of those ungrateful little punks cry (I got 16). A mace-wielding 6'6" Witch King does, oddly enough, have that effect on 5 year olds.

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Posted: Tue, 20th Nov 2007, 3:28am

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You fool, no man can kill me. Die now!

That looks really great, what did you make it out of, or did you buy it?
Posted: Tue, 20th Nov 2007, 9:52am

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drspin98 wrote:

I did not make it to any parties this year, but I did hand out candy to all the adorable little tots who happened by the house. I surpassed my goal of making ten of those ungrateful little punks cry (I got 16). A mace-wielding 6'6" Witch King does, oddly enough, have that effect on 5 year olds.

Looks Great !!! Well done
Posted: Tue, 20th Nov 2007, 11:35am

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drspin98 wrote:

"C'mon kids, why don't you want the candy? I'm not gonna hurt you..."
Posted: Thu, 22nd Nov 2007, 2:14pm

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Merrick-Ya, it is 100% homemade (LOTS of pop-rivets!)-including the mace which is difficult to see to my right.