Chun Li Costumes Most Popular This Halloween

#1 Edited by Linkyshinks (9880 posts) -

According to a Yahoo.com survey, Chun Li has come out on top as the most popular costume this Halloween, even out doing the likes of "Little Red Riding Hood" :?, and Betty Boop. 
 
Will you be having a happy Spinning Bird Lick this Halloween?. 
 

 
Mines dressing up as Morrigan, but it'll be I doing the Soul fisting.     
 
Thanks to S Kill on Unity. 
 
 
 
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#2 Posted by jakob187 (21675 posts) -

Duke from G.I. Joe is popular?! 
 
Where the fuck is Rorschach?  I figured him and Dr. M would be shoe-ins for this shit. 
 
Either way...if this means that I'm gonna see some 20-something MILFs patrolling the streets showing off some killer thighs, then I can't complain one bit.

#3 Posted by JeffGoldblum (3704 posts) -
@jakob187 said:
"20-something MILFs  "
This is a very contradictory statement.
#4 Edited by Linkyshinks (9880 posts) -
@jakob187 said:

" Duke from G.I. Joe is popular?!  Where the fuck is Rorschach?  I figured him and Dr. M would be shoe-ins for this shit.  Either way...if this means that I'm gonna see some 20-something MILFs patrolling the streets showing off some killer thighs, then I can't complain one bit. "

 
Ladies love the dark hard stranger look, clearly these guys have bee urged to wear the get up by their significant others after watching the latest film. Just like we've urged them to dress up for our own tastes....  
  
@JeffGoldblum said:

" @jakob187 said:

"20-something MILFs  "
This is a very contradictory statement. "

Not really, there's nothing in the in use of terminology that relates to age, just that they have kids. Still, I do see what your getting at, that term is used far too freely these days, as pornography of  today clearly shows.  
 
 
 
 
 

 Duke G.I Joe
#5 Posted by rjayb89 (7722 posts) -

I'm sure we can credit the video game for the popularity of this costume and not because of that movie.

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#6 Posted by Rallier (1739 posts) -
@Linkyshinks said:
 Mines dressing up as Morrigan, but it'll be I doing the Soul fisting.
Wha... what???
#7 Edited by Emandudeguyperson (2501 posts) -

Lol, you and your Morrigan obsession. 
 
@Linkyshinks said:


Will you be having a happy Spinning Bird Lick this Halloween?. 
 

  Soul fisting.      Thanks to S Kill on Unity.    ... "
I was like "WHAT??? Wait... oh I get it."
#8 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

Strange lack of Johnny Depp characters and The Joker there.

#9 Posted by ImperiousRix (2963 posts) -

Very sneaky innuendo in there.

Sadly I have neither a lady nor plans on Halloween, but I'm definitely not complaining with the popularity of the Chun Li costume.

#10 Edited by jakob187 (21675 posts) -
@JeffGoldblum: How?  I'm 27.  I know plenty of 25-29 year old moms (remember, the kids are around 5-8 y/o) who are taking their kids out trick-or-treating.  Therefore, I don't see how it's a contradictory statement at all.  Hell, even a 20 y/o could have a 4 y/o kid.  That is TECHNICALLY a mom...so it all works out in the end.  Unfortunately, I just don't go that low in age.  LOL  I usually cap the low end at 25.
 

@Linkyshinks:

 But...but DUKE?!  I mean, seriously!!!  That guy's a fucking pansy!  If a dood wants to go with the dark stranger look, then he needs to look at Roland Deschain for inspiration, not Channing goddamn Tatum!
 
Also...I thought you were leaving the site!!!  lol  Good to see you're still around.
#11 Edited by Linkyshinks (9880 posts) -
@jakob187 said:

" @JeffGoldblum: How?  I'm 27.  I know plenty of 25-29 year old moms (remember, the kids are around 5-8 y/o) who are taking their kids out trick-or-treating.  Therefore, I don't see how it's a contradictory statement at all.  Hell, even a 20 y/o could have a 4 y/o kid.  That is TECHNICALLY a mom...so it all works out in the end.  Unfortunately, I just don't go that low in age.  LOL  I usually cap the low end at 25.
 

@Linkyshinks:

 But...but DUKE?!  I mean, seriously!!!  That guy's a fucking pansy!  If a dood wants to go with the dark stranger look, then he needs to look at Roland Deschain for inspiration, not Channing goddamn Tatum! Also...I thought you were leaving the site!!!  lol  Good to see you're still around. "
 
Haha, true, but women will always find slightly feminine qualities appealing in men, they like a balance of rough and tender. They have done scientific research into this shit and it has proved as much.  
#12 Posted by Rhombus_Of_Terror (2103 posts) -

so where are the "real" halloween costumes then?

#13 Posted by keyhunter (3207 posts) -
@JeffGoldblum: No. Beleive it or not, most girls get pregnant at 13 or so.
#14 Posted by nanikore (2740 posts) -

Whatever happened to costumes that we're actually SCARY?

#15 Posted by TeflonBilly (4713 posts) -
@nanikore: Come back to me when you see a 400 pound woman squeezed into a Chun-li costume. If that's not scary I don't know what is
#16 Posted by zerodude (8 posts) -

i do like her costume but being the most popular

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