Haha, you know I was thinking that after I had gotten myself all together. All I needed was his blunderbuss.
@OneKillWonder_: I definitely see the Max Payne, great face, but it could also be a pretty decent Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Looper.
I went to a party Saturday and as a last minute costume I decided to wear a suit, beard, turban, and have a plastic AK47 slung around my shoulder. Wasn't the greatest, but it worked in a pinch. I lost the turban, beard and my shoes after I decided to take a nap around 1am after too much alcohol consumption. After taking a cab and crashing on a couch I realized I had stolen someone elses slippers instead of wearing my shoes home. I wear size 15 shoes and the slippers I stole were probably size 9-10. I drove back to the hosts house and retrieved my shoes the next morning. Felt pretty bad about stealing slippers that weren't mine.
First time I have ever lost an article of clothing like that.
Halloween is so much more enjoyable now than it was when I was younger. Next year I will actually make an effort with my costume.
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.
why didn't you go as winding-refn? i mean, seriously.
@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 :)
Your sarcasm/joking manner was missed, so the "audience" essentially thinks you're a jackass, not that they're better than you.
Anyway, my costume ideas are short notice, because this weekend I found out I'm not going to Knotts Scary Farm (where you can't dress-up), and instead am going to wander around a neighborhood with some chums. My initial idea was
since I have a fairly spot-on goatee/moustache/beard combo going on, but my hair is rather long, and I'm not sure I want to deal with a bald cap. My other idea was Dexter: just shave my beard off and grab the "kill outfit".
Had I been more prepared and thought of it sooner, I'd really like to go as the Vault Dweller from the first Fallout. I will probably go with the Dexter idea and buy a big prop knife and syringe.
Went to a costume party last Saturday, which is the only time I'll go in one, with my girlfriend and she was trying to find a 'couple' costume we could do.
Naturally, we both thought Harry Potter. It was only funny because she's a fair bit taller than me (about 4 inches) and went as Ron, and I went as Hermione. It was funny for a little bit, and then I got real tired of the stockings. Luckily I went sans-wig, because I'm not that fucking insane.
This is from my friend's Halloween party last weekend.
I was going to be Psy, but the suit jacket didn't get in on time. Instead I opted for a ringmaster. Sister was going to be Slenderman, but dude already had a much better one. So last minute Quail-Man it is!
I was going to be Raoul Duke from "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," but my Halloween costume got held up on the east coast due to the hurricane. So I (like many I'm sure) went with Walter White from Breaking Bad. Put together this morning so not too bad.
I tried to go as a cheap Blues Brothers knock-off, but apparently went as "Heisenberg". Whatever that means.
See Walter White posted above.
Suddenly, things make much more sense. I just hope Breaking Bad's around next year, so I can know what I'm lazily shuffling around as.