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#51 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6298 posts) -

I'm going to see Pretty Lights on Halloween and me and my friend are going dressed as Raul Duke and Dr. Gonzo.

#52 Posted by Butano (1738 posts) -

Top hat is in the mail as we speak, and then I'll find some cane this weekend.

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#53 Edited by Mahonay (828 posts) -

From the company Halloween party last night.

My buddy Tye is an oil man from There Will Be Blood, and I'm Ryan Gosling from Drive. Which would have been way cooler of my god damn driver's jacket delivered on time, but whatever.

#54 Posted by rockyhorrorgerri (373 posts) -

@ArtisanBreads said:

Riff Raff! Yeah I'm a fan.

Nice to meet another fan!!

#55 Edited by OneKillWonder_ (1744 posts) -

Went as Max Payne to my brother's party last night.

  
#56 Posted by Sooty (8082 posts) -

Leaving for a party in 3 hours:

#57 Posted by Zor (656 posts) -

Not sure, just got invited to a friend's party, so i'll just prolly stop by some store and pick up some arbitrary costumes so that i can mix them up into something decent... or maybe just the grim reaper costume, since it is easy.

#58 Posted by Hizang (8532 posts) -

I have to wear one for work, but it has to be kid friendly so it sucks.

#59 Edited by living4theday258 (679 posts) -

i dont plan on having a party or getting a costume. ill just go play and beat dead space 1 and 2 in one sitting followed by the alien movies(excluding 4) you know... enjoy having no life.

#60 Posted by the_OFFICIAL_jAPanese_teaBAG (4308 posts) -

A$AP Rocky for me.  Thats probably the greatest costume idea ive thought of in my entire life. 

#61 Posted by Ghost_of_Perdition (735 posts) -

I'm going as this guy, but I'm keeping my hair. Ziltoid puppet is in the mail.

#62 Edited by psylah (2173 posts) -

I wear a suit to work. No fun allowed.

Edit: Also, hurricane on tuesday and wednesday.

#63 Posted by bunji (41 posts) -

@OneKillWonder_: Hah! Nice! Extra points if you kept that smirk on your face the ENTIRE night ;)

#64 Posted by TooWalrus (13195 posts) -

I'm gonna dress as a grown-ass man.

#65 Edited by Milkman (16778 posts) -

New York is suppose to be hit by some kind of hurricane that week so I'm gonna be dressed as someone trying not to die.

#66 Posted by Red (5995 posts) -
#67 Posted by tripmills (25 posts) -
@Milkman: Yeah, I'm in Philadelphia and we are actually going to cancel Halloween at the house this year due to the possible storm.  Sucks because Halloween is huge in my neighborhood.  Last year we went through $300 in candy. 
 
I'm basing the cancellation on all the other hype suckers.  I know not to fall into the panic of what the weather people tell us... 
 
Just in case I do a few bags of candy ready to go...and I guess I'll just slap on a crazy wig or something.
#68 Posted by Marshermallow (213 posts) -

@DjTann3r said:

Hair hasn't grown out as much as i'd like, but still doing this.

You would also be an awesome Bill Nye the science guy!!

#69 Posted by Kerned (1170 posts) -

@SwirlinDervish said:

@DjTann3r said:

Hair hasn't grown out as much as i'd like, but still doing this.

You would also be an awesome Bill Nye the science guy!!

You took the words right out of my mouth.

#70 Posted by pornstorestiffi (4912 posts) -

@Ghost_of_Perdition:

That like a half assed Devy then. It's either skullet, bald or no Devy at all.

#71 Posted by Sploder (917 posts) -

Phantom of the Opera yo

#72 Edited by Dogma (961 posts) -

I didn't celebrate Halooween this year. I live in Sweden so we don't really do it in the same amount as americans do BUT we do dress up from time to time and have fun. This year I didn't do it though but I thought I could share earlier years costumes instead.

Two years ago. Non specific but quite cool skeleton:ish creature.

From one year ago. Me as Sander Cohen (girlfriend as Crimson Viper)

#73 Posted by Sean2206 (264 posts) -

I've got a Breaking bad cooking costume sorted, got a gas mask, yellow coveralls and I'm making blue rock candy hopefully. It was between that or Dr Who and I settled on that.

On a related note anyone here know if Corn syrup exists in the UK or does it go by a different name because all the shops I go to don't have a clue what it is.

#74 Posted by JSwan13 (280 posts) -

@Ghost_of_Perdition

Go as the definitive version of Devin

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#75 Posted by Rmack (1078 posts) -

Already got my partyin' done as Walter from Big Lebowski. Half-assed costume since I did it a few years back, but I had very little notice! My favorite costume of the night, though, was my friend who was "a Canadian." He had a fuzzy hat, a tucked in denim shirt, drank Molson Canadian and said "sowry" to everyone he bumped into.

#76 Posted by Scrawnto (2446 posts) -

@Kerned said:

@SwirlinDervish said:

@DjTann3r said:

Hair hasn't grown out as much as i'd like, but still doing this.

You would also be an awesome Bill Nye the science guy!!

You took the words right out of my mouth.

Until I saw the glowing light, that's exactly what I thought the costume was. You have got to lean into that next year, if you haven't already.

#77 Posted by SpicyRichter (538 posts) -

Surprised by all the boring people hating on Halloween... "I'm a grown ass man!"... You're posting on a video games site, you ain't that grown-ass

For me, I have class that night, otherwise I'd be all over it

#78 Posted by Canteu (2821 posts) -

@SpicyRichter: Hey, that's pretty exciting and not boring of you, going to class. Well done sir!

#79 Posted by buwchbach (311 posts) -

Wearing a skirt and going as the concept of Misandry because I can't be fucked to put effort into costumes and I loveeee wearing skirts.

#80 Edited by dannyodwyer (357 posts) -

In 06' I went as a low-rent member of Ravenholm's finest. Though admittedly the t-shirt was probably not in character.

Bastard thing was so much hassle to make I haven't dressed up for Halloween since.

#81 Posted by SoftButtCheeks (145 posts) -

I was Spider Shakur @ a party last night

#82 Posted by Timnoldzim (86 posts) -

Dressing in all black, with a return address and postage stamp taped to me.

Blackmail.

#83 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6298 posts) -

My friend and I are going as Raul Duke and Dr. Gonzo. I'm Gonzo. Should be a good time.

#84 Posted by SpicyRichter (538 posts) -

@Canteu said:

@SpicyRichter: Hey, that's pretty exciting and not boring of you, going to class. Well done sir!

Point missed, if I had the time this year I'd be out, unfortunately prior obligations got in the way. Alls I'm saying is, if you're posting on this site, you're hardly a mature adult

#85 Posted by m16mojo2 (306 posts) -

@MariachiMacabre: Are you from Portland?

#86 Posted by Korolev (1706 posts) -

We don't celebrate halloween over here in Australia (despite the enormous pressure of the Supermarkets to get us to celebrate it - it's embarrassing - every year they put out "halloween!" stalls and every year no one buys the candy or celebrates Halloween).

But if I DID celebrate Halloween, I'd wrap tin foil around my head and arms and go "Beep-Boop-I-am-a-robot-man".

#87 Posted by Sweep (8858 posts) -

Didn't have time to throw together anything decent so just grabbed my creepy horse mask and ran out into the night.

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#88 Posted by AlexW00d (6273 posts) -
@Korolev

We don't celebrate halloween over here in Australia (despite the enormous pressure of the Supermarkets to get us to celebrate it - it's embarrassing - every year they put out "halloween!" stalls and every year no one buys the candy or celebrates Halloween).

But if I DID celebrate Halloween, I'd wrap tin foil around my head and arms and go "Beep-Boop-I-am-a-robot-man".

Yeah that sounds about right for here too. People will still use it as an excuse to get drunk though, mostly cause they'd be drinking anyway.
#89 Posted by medacris (657 posts) -

I probably won't be doing anything, because I'm in a dorm (so no trick-or-treaters) and honestly not aware if anything's holding any parties that night or w/e, so I probably won't dress up, but I'll get some candy and watch a couple horror movies instead.

#90 Posted by Dunchad (494 posts) -

@SpicyRichter said:

@Canteu said:

@SpicyRichter: Hey, that's pretty exciting and not boring of you, going to class. Well done sir!

Point missed, if I had the time this year I'd be out, unfortunately prior obligations got in the way. Alls I'm saying is, if you're posting on this site, you're hardly a mature adult

Really? Video games are for kids so our appreciation of them means we are not mature - is what what you mean? Your idea of maturity seems similar to a teenager's who thinks drinking and smoking means they're an adult. Being a mature adult doesn't mean you have to wear tweed, reading classic literature in the evening while drinking cognac and then having lackluster sex with your spouse in missionary position once a week.

Or if it does, I pray to god I never get there.

#91 Posted by sungahymn (1008 posts) -

What's with all the horse masks?

China doesn't celebrate Halloween (at least around here, since Hong Kong certainly does). Besides, never went trick-or-treating or to Halloween parties ever in my life.

#92 Posted by JaediMaster (42 posts) -

I'm hoping to go as Captain Malcolm Reynolds...provided my friend remember to bring me the trenchcoat

#93 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

@Dunchad said:

@SpicyRichter said:

@Canteu said:

@SpicyRichter: Hey, that's pretty exciting and not boring of you, going to class. Well done sir!

Point missed, if I had the time this year I'd be out, unfortunately prior obligations got in the way. Alls I'm saying is, if you're posting on this site, you're hardly a mature adult

Really? Video games are for kids so our appreciation of them means we are not mature - is what what you mean? Your idea of maturity seems similar to a teenager's who thinks drinking and smoking means they're an adult. Being a mature adult doesn't mean you have to wear tweed, reading classic literature in the evening while drinking cognac and then having lackluster sex with your spouse in missionary position once a week.

Or if it does, I pray to god I never get there.

The amount of people missing this guy's point is amazing. He is pointing out that the people in this thread saying adults celebrating Halloween are lame are being haters and hypocritical. They are saying adults going to a Halloween party are immature. Many people also think playing video games as an adult is immature. Since we are all on a video game website, it is safe to say we are all OK with the idea of adults participating in a supposed child's past time. THUSLY, to say adults participating in the child's activity of playing video games is OK but adults participating in the child's activity of going to a Halloween party is immature is both dumb and hypocritical. Cripes. *

Anyway, Sandy has washed out most of my Halloween plans. As of now I plan to stay home and plow through the Walking Dead episodes, assuming I have power.

* Halloween is the second highest grossing holiday after Christmas, so clearly lots of "grown-ass" people enjoy the holiday as well. People aren't spending 5 billion a year on kids' costumes and candy alone.

#94 Posted by ZeForgotten (10397 posts) -
@Sweep said:
Didn't have time to throw together anything decent so just grabbed my creepy horse mask and ran out into the night.
"Creepy Horse" 
Everyone knows that it's a Sarah Jessica Parker costume
#95 Posted by preheatedbibby (47 posts) -

@JSwan13: dat skullet. love devin/SYL

#96 Posted by Canteu (2821 posts) -

@SpicyRichter: I didn't miss your point. I was simply making a comedic observation as to the juxtaposition of your words. But apparently every mother fucker on this site thinks I'm 100% serious about everything at all times.

Jokes are tough, especially when the entire audience thinks they're better than you :)

#97 Posted by ProfessorK (824 posts) -

@Dunchad: Once a week?! If only...

#98 Posted by Y2Ken (1136 posts) -

@OneKillWonder_: I definitely see the Max Payne, great face, but it could also be a pretty decent Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Looper.

#99 Posted by big_jon (5725 posts) -

Next year I'll be Bane, couldn't afford the costume this year.

#100 Posted by JamesJeux007 (472 posts) -

@OneKillWonder_: Damn, this is a really nice picture. Nice "Max Payne" face you got there :'D