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Old 10-17-2007, 03:16 AM   #1
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Default What are you dressing up as for halloween?

Just went to AC Moore to pick up the materials for my costume. Wondering what everyone else is planning, it's always a huge night here in Chapel Hill. My friends and I are going as multiple versions of MJ, here's mine:
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Old 10-17-2007, 03:21 AM   #2
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I was either going to be

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Borat


or a Geico Caveman

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Old 10-17-2007, 03:25 AM   #3
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dammit talley great minds think alike. I am thinking Ali G.

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If i could get my hands on a pair of lederhosen, i'd be all over that. But they are so damn expensive and hard to come by. If all else fails, i have a bear rug that i'll drape over me and be a barbarian.

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Ron Burgundy is always a winner...

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For the last few years (while I still lived in Cali), I had a blue mohawk. I would never dress up, but I always went as Sonic the Hedgehog. Anymore, the mohawk has been replaced by a beard, and since I'm a pirate the rest of the year, what's the point of changing that for one night?

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dammit talley great minds think alike. I am thinking Ali G.
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I think I'll go as a beer drinker.

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I don't dress up for Halloween. I'm too busy getting my kids dressed up and running them around to different neighborhoods to trick or treat.

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I think I'll go as a beer drinker.
Will you be giving out homebrew to the big kids?
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