For many people, costumes are very time consuming efforts. I tend to be more minimalist. For example, I could actually envision myself attending a Halloween costume party with Amy and she would be dressed like the Darth pussycat she is, and I would have on not much more than Fonzie socks.


Two Replies to Halloween Post #4: Hellovader

Lori Lancaster | October 11, 2007
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Amy Austin | October 11, 2007
HAHAHAHAHA -- that gets more than a snicker in my book!

Is that really a picture of you, Steve?!?!

*Snickers*

(...that's you getting "fun size" Halloween treats!!!)


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