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  1. Standard memberapathist
    looking for loot
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    31 Oct '17 17:27
    What's your plan?
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    31 Oct '17 17:37
    Originally posted by @apathist
    What's your plan?
    Shut the blinds, lock the door and lay low.
    I didn't get any treats and don't want the risk of an egg thrown at my newly painted house.
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    31 Oct '17 18:21
    Originally posted by @drewnogal
    Shut the blinds, lock the door and lay low.
    I didn't get any treats and don't want the risk of an egg thrown at my newly painted house.
    Chicken. 🙂
  4. SubscriberVery Rusty
    Treat Everyone Equal
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    31 Oct '17 18:23
    Originally posted by @drewnogal
    Shut the blinds, lock the door and lay low.
    I didn't get any treats and don't want the risk of an egg thrown at my newly painted house.
    Don't let them know you are inside or else you may get an egg shower on your newly painted house!!!
  5. Standard membervivify
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    31 Oct '17 19:13
    I'm dressing as a sexy Kim Jong-Un.
  6. SubscriberSuzianne
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    31 Oct '17 19:58
    Originally posted by @vivify
    I'm dressing as a sexy Kim Jong-Un.
    Wait... what?

    Is that even possible?
  7. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    31 Oct '17 20:01
    Originally posted by @vivify
    I'm dressing as a sexy Kim Jong-Un.
    LOL...Good luck with that!!!

    -VR
  8. SubscriberPonderable
    chemist
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    31 Oct '17 21:12
    Originally posted by @suzianne
    Wait... what?

    Is that even possible?
    Probablymore easy than undressing like a sexy Kim Jong Un...
  9. Dumnonia
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    31 Oct '17 21:59
    Originally posted by @apathist
    What's your plan?
    Same as every other day.
  10. Account suspended
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    31 Oct '17 22:081 edit
    For us in communist countries Halloween was an unknown phaenomenon till John Carpenter's movie which came to the theaters in 1979. It took some years for this holiday to plant roots in Serbia. (Same with Valentine's day by the way.) To make kids dress like monsters and then beg (as vagabonds on the streets) for candies was unheard in socialist countries.
    It is still something carnevali-like in Serbia. I saw this phaenomenon n Amsterdam.
    Amsterdam is part of rotten West, succumbed to satanicc scenography of Hollywood and Pentagon, The Netherlands betrayed indgineous authtentic customs and beliefs and accepted lucipherish Hallowen, that consumeristic imposed custom, which celebrates Death, sceletons and horror, and under pretence of ridiculing death in fact embraces death and says yes to nihilism. False gayety under mask of horror, drinking tea with friendly sceletones and vampyres, that party under motto „have fun so that you don't look different from others", shaking hands with sceletones - that is road to Nowhere. In Amsterdam bar Pollux I see young people who MUST be joy, while bartender brings maredsous blonde beer in propper glass of clay, and I see a Korean girl who cannot put her plastic Dracula teeth out! She must dink her cocktail with help of a straw.
  11. Standard memberkaroly aczel
    The Axe man
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    31 Oct '17 22:15
    Originally posted by @drewnogal
    Shut the blinds, lock the door and lay low.
    I didn't get any treats and don't want the risk of an egg thrown at my newly painted house.
    That sucks!

    No rotten tricksters in my neck of the woods. Seems Australians have embraced this great holiday. I saw them walking the streets in their costumes, clearly enjoying the twighlight and the outdoors together.
    My boy was off at his halloween party so I was left to meander the streets with my guitar, taking requests from trick or treaters.

    Just lovely!
  12. Subscribersonhouse
    Fast and Curious
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    31 Oct '17 22:36
    Originally posted by @vandervelde
    For us in communist countries Halloween was an uknown phaenomenon till John Carpenter's movie which came to the theaters in 1979. It took some years for this holiday to plant roots in Serbia. (Same with Valentine's day by the way.) To make kids dress like monsters and then beg (as vagabonds on the streets) for candies was unheard in socialist countries. ...[text shortened]... l who cannot put her plastic Dracula teeth out! She must dink her cocktail with help of a straw.
    What is sotonic? Once I had a so-so tonic but that was it.
  13. New Braunfels, Texas
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    01 Nov '17 01:23
    Originally posted by @great-big-stees
    Chicken. 🙂
    You will have to wait. He said 'egg'. 🙂
  14. New Braunfels, Texas
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    01 Nov '17 01:40
    My least favorite holiday. All the build-up is reduced down to a 3-4 hour window of candy grabbing. The rest of it, in the US in recent years, has often deteriorated into a contest of which household can put up the bloodiest scene of sadistic violence.

    Yeah, I'm 65. Stop walking across my lawn you goobers and goblins!
  15. Standard memberkaroly aczel
    The Axe man
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    01 Nov '17 02:481 edit
    Originally posted by @montymoose
    My least favorite holiday. All the build-up is reduced down to a 3-4 hour window of candy grabbing. The rest of it, in the US in recent years, has often deteriorated into a contest of which household can put up the bloodiest scene of sadistic violence.

    Yeah, I'm 65. Stop walking across my lawn you goobers and goblins!
    Spoil sport.
    It's more than a candy grab. Kids put a lot of effort into their costumes, thay have fun wearing them.
    I didn't notice any kids getting dressed up for Christmas or Easter.
    In my experience kids at X-mas have but eyes for the presents.

    You gotta get out and work for it at halloween
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