Valerie Kaplan (shinyhappygoth) says: The sketches are missing!
K. Williams (crazy_quill) says:
Ah, Fings Ain't Wot They Used T' Be. Well, except Narbonic and Skin Horse. They remain as awesome as ever.
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:
Okay, I'm out of town, so the sketches will have to wait until next week.
Leon Arnott (l) says: Right now I'm giving a hearty thumbs-up at the Smoking Care Bears. Basic, yet effective.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Maybe it's just me, but it seems that the girls scaring the beheezus out of the guys would be funner. It'd certainly be funnier.
Kay Gilbert (kaygilbert) says:
I always rail about the slutty costumes, too, but "Dorothy with her tits hanging out" had me on the floor.
Jaye Brown (illogicalv) says:
I admit I was a slutty baseball player this past year. But that was after I spent two hours unsuccessfully trying to create Medusa hair.
Kaesa Aurelia (kaesa) says:
I mostly do scary/menacing costumes (zombie, vampire, mad scientist with a death ray) but someday I wanna dress up as the Sexy [female] Jack Harkness, in the grand tradition of Sexy Snow White et al. I could go on about how this highlights gender double standards, etc., but I have to admit that mostly I want that awesome coat.
Sam Ashley (evilmidnightlurker) says:
My mom always dresses as Genghis Khan. It's scarily accurate.
Wayne (wayne) says:
I've had two exceptional costumes over the year. One was the year Ross Perot ran for Prez, and Halloween was like the week before election day. All through the night I went around saying things like "Now that's just sad, what the problem is..." and I'd go on to pontificate. I almost won Scariest Costume.
But my favorite costume came from SNL: a Dan Aykroyd sketch, "Fred Garvin, Male Prostitute". He was like the top male prostitute in Des Moineor some place like it in the sketch. Bought a truly hideous green herringbone-ish jacket from Goodwill and some white dress shoes and a white belt. Went in to my computer and printed business cards that had the name, a fake 800 phone number, and two lines something like Your pleasure is our business" and "we cater". Had a blast! I still get comments from people at that party, and that was probably 20 years ago.
Bill O\'Lading (billolading) says:
I dressed as an IRS agent last year. Does that count as scary?Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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