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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Blue Dog, Oct 29, 2010.
I'm guessing it is Labatt Blue Light, or Molson. It's like budlight with a flappy trash can head.
I had never heard of it before, so I had to go look up what it was.
That is not Halloween.
I love the fact that I can get drunk and NEVER be hungover. Last night I went out for beers with some classmates after a night class exam. I woke up after 6 hours feeling perfectly rested and perfectly wonderful. Go me!
I have a costume prepared. I am going to be the statue of liberty. My costume consists of a cardboard spiky crown that I made myself and a sheet. Still unknown what will go under the sheet...
All that picture did was confuse me, a lot. What do bibles have to do with animal clinics? And wtf is she supposed to be a cow or a cat? I'm lost.
I woke up with a killer headache that won't go away and today is the only day this week the sun has been out. I'm not complaining about it but holy crap it's bright.
Pumpkins tonight, a party tomorrow night (That starts at 6pm. WTF? That's only an hour after the DucksvUSC game starts. GOD DAMMIT!) and then my favorite day of the week, Sunday otherwise known as Footballday.
Thank God we shut the office down at 4pm on Fridays. That extra hour is gold.
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That's what really got me. It sounds so lonely.
Hello. Noah's Ark, duh.
Gotta be a cat. If a cow had a broken wrist, that shit would be on the grill.
You are correct... I'm not even sure what that is.
And in case you really don't get it, I'll explain. People decorate their car trunks or truck beds much like people decorate their porch/entryways, they all congregate in a parking lot (often churches) and kids trick or treat from car to car.
My aunt (who LOVES Halloween) goes to a lot of trouble with hers. One year she did "Myrtle's Buootie Shop" and had decapitated (looking) mannequin heads with crazy hair and blood. She was dressed up and had a curling iron with the cord wrapped around her neck.
So am I to understand that parents and kids are too lazy to go from house to house to trick or treat? That now we are supposed to gather in a church parking lot so the kids do not have to walk as far? Is this supposed to be some kind of a competition between parents as to who can decorate their car for halloween?
Someone please enlighten me.
It's more about safety in their eyes than anything else I'd imagine. Which is just overbearing paranoid parents sucking the fun out of good old trick or treating further pussyfing todays youth.
Apparently it's because house to house isn't "safe" anymore.
On a completely unrelated note... I make one set of cornhole bags with a matching drawstring storage bag and all of a sudden I'm the master seamstress to my friends. I'm currently making cushions and pillows for built in benches in my friends breakfast nook. We didn't settle on a price beforehand but she's probably not going to like what I'm going to charge her.
I have to agree that it is just pussifying our nation one holiday at a time. I hated Trunk or Treat the one time my mom took me and my little sisters like 7 years ago. Next, parents will start gifting a basket of easter candy to kids, rather than making them find the eggs, or finding the hidden basket in the house.
I'm excited for this Halloween, Franklin St in Chapel Hill is always a good time. Near blackout with a bunch of hot slutty girls all around is my idea of a great holiday. Too bad they close the street down at 11:30 now, but my house is 1/2 a block from the street. Post-halloween party!
Dude, everything about that entire picture just screams lonely. It's things like this that make me not even want to have kids.
Trunk or Treat: Ruining a holiday due to the fact people these days lack parenting skills.
Last night I had a couple of whiskey and waters while I watched "It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown"
I don't know if it was the booze or what but I found it hilarious that Charlie Brown kept getting rocks instead of candy. In one scene you the see the rock go right in the bag, just great.
So I need to figure out a good punch/drink recipe for our Halloween party tomorrow night, anyone have any good ideas? Last year we found a recipe for a sort of "blood punch" that ended up being terrible, so we remade what was really just a giant cosmo in a punch bowl with red food coloring. I would like to do something much better this year. maybe some kind of "witches brew" with eyeballs and shit floating in it.
Trick or treating is just as fucking safe as it always has been.
This is just a bunch of paranoid soccer moms that have too much free time.
The terrorists have indeed won.
Trick-or-treating was fucking awesome. I grew up in the quintessential suburb. It was right out of E.T. We would go to 200 houses over the course of a few hours. The whole family would come down to my folks' house. They would get 700 kids through the course of the night. When I was in high school I'd answer the door. By that time the whole neighborhood had grown up and the pussification began. Total kids: 10.
I never did any adult trick-or-treating. I only regretted that once. When I was a college freshman, a girl I had a massive crush on went with her friends to the neighborhood where all the faculty lived. She went as Pippi Longsticking. I still have an occasional fantasy about the pigtails I missed when late October comes around.
I don't dress up for Halloween, but I'm hoping my wife does and goes as a chick that actually wants to sleep with me.
Just a thought.
I'll take my kid to a candy store and let her buy one of everything before I'd subject her to a Trunk or Treat. If you're going to suck the fun out of it anyhow, why not just go to the source?
You'll find that these are overwhelmingly held at church parking lots because Halloween is on a Sunday this year, and they want to bring god into it, and protect the children from demons.
Because apparently god's protection spreads out from the sanctity of church to the asphalt of the parking lot.