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kids that go trick or treating without dressing up

Discussion in 'Kayo Dot' started by Josh Seipp, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. Josh Seipp

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    this burns me. this is the wrongest of wrongs. I can't believe how many kids were out in jeans and sweatshirts. one girl told me she was 'mary j blige.' her friend was 'me, myself, and I.'

    man I feel kind of sorry for these unimaginative little fucks.

    (this was at least 50% of the kids I saw last night)
     
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    xfer I JERK OFF TO ARCTOPUS

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    yeah, and I don't often have the courage to tell them to fuck off. so they got one piece of candy (usually a hershey's kiss) while kids in costumes got 3-4 (a kiss or two and a couple of mini candy bars).
     
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    xfer I JERK OFF TO ARCTOPUS

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    best costume i saw: this little Indian girl dressed up as Harry Potter, complete with a Quidditch jersey/robe with POTTER and his number on the back, glasses, a scar, and a Nimbus 2000 prop.

    (no Indian fetish jokes please, this really was the best costume. the kid dressed as a Lubavitch Jew didn't come back this year)
     
  4. Josh Seipp

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    hmmm I really didn't see anything too special. Some of the art school kids went as TETRIS, though, which was AMAZING.
     
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    I saw one amazing three-person costume of some gwar-like monstrosity that was crazy huge and needed one person to man each arm
     
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    xfer I JERK OFF TO ARCTOPUS

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    ricochet, is that the office building tetris?
     
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    yeah, basically. it was done by some SA goons (well, only one guy was a tetris block) who went around in traffic and outside of some retail stores/restaurants. pretty funny. they did some other games in public as well like Half-Life and Doom I think.
     
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    oh shit have you seen the manhattan pac man?
     
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    xfer I JERK OFF TO ARCTOPUS

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    no, that's not it.

    the office-building tetris is the one where they turned the lighted windows of a skyscraper into a tetris column via a computerized lighting system and sat on a hillside outside town and played actual tetris on the world's biggest screen.
     

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