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Halloween

Almost Clifford

“We wanted him to be ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ for Halloween. It didn’t work out like we planned.”

(via source)

A Bunny, A Lone Ranger, And A Hunchback

“My brothers and I recreated our most pitiful Halloween costumes from the early 80’s. I was about 4 years old, my brothers 6 and 11. My middle brother, the Lone Ranger, hated dressing up for Halloween, so that was as extensive of a costume as he would wear. Half way through trick or treating he ditched the hat and mask and no one knew what he was supposed to be. My oldest brother, on the other hand, was fascinated with being the Hunchback. Thirty years later we went back to our old house to stand on the stoop for the re-creation. Only a little sister could convince two grown men to do this. I think we nailed it.”

(submitted by Rachel)

Picassoween

“My 9-year-old sister made a Picasso Halloween costume.”

(via source)

Halloween Table

“My mother is the most wonderfully creative woman I know. And usually, that’s a great thing. Unless she’s making me be a table for Halloween. She was so excited for this costume, you wouldn’t believe. She glued a real loaf of bread to it. She cut out pictures if food from magazines and glued them to paper plates. It rained that year so while we Trick-or-Treated, my sweet little sister took shelter under the thing all night. The costume was a hit though!”

(submitted by Heather)

Halloween Homage

“My fiance didn’t want to dress up for Halloween so I did the next best thing.”

(via source)

P Is For Pumpkin

Happy Hallowee-wee!

(submitted by Juls Megill Photography)

Water Boy

“This was the first time I ever won first prize for something.”

(via source)

Nine To Five

“This is me at the age of 10. For some bizarre reason I wanted to be a ‘business woman’ for Halloween complete with lens-less frames and an attache case to collect candy in. I dunno, maybe I thought it was scary. My brother was less creative and wanted to be a ghost. The black marker rimmed mouth hole bled all over his actual mouth, which I thought was quite amusing.”

(submitted by Lena)

Let It Go

“My uncle’s 4-year-old daughter was not happy to discover her Dad’s Halloween costume.”

(via source)

The Invisible Dad

“My father-in-law’s Halloween tradition. Can you spot him?”

(via source)