November 2, 2009

HALLOWEEN

YES. I LOVE this holiday and I love candy and costumes and spooky. I was semi-creative like I used to be and took witchy pictures on Halloween but picnik is a slow butt so those are for later.
Costume:
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I'm supposed to be a creepy doll. A zombie? I DON'T KNOW, SOMETHING CREEPY. I just really wanted to do the eyelids thing.
The outfit is a green gingham dress and saddle shoes and a pink bow, which really isn't something I wouldn't not wear on a regular day. My classmates were sure to remind me of this.
"HEY, TAVI! HEY TAVI-*chuckle!*-HEY, OKAY. AHEMHEM. THAT. LOOKS. LIKE. WHAT. YOU. NORMALLY. WEAR!"
Also in school we watched Rear Window, and it was really, really depressing how about half the guys in our grade went "OH YEAH!!" when she is aggressively forced onto the couch by her date (go to 6:20 here.) I really don't like most people.
But..anyway.
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False eyelashes from Walgreens that say "Spyder Woman" on the package + Ella's makeup = oh I'm sorry little four-year-old dressed up as a fairy, DID I SCARE YOU? (I am awful.) Ella was a creepy mime, so she couldn't talk, and in order to freak people out I had to keep my eyes closed, so I couldn't see. Halloween is really all about making sacrifices and learning about what is most important.
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We watched Rosemary's Baby, Beetlejuice and Harold and Maude, then we talked about how obscure and intellectual our tastes in movies - I mean ~FILM - are. Then we watched reruns of Proj and did jigsaw puzzles.
Andddd THIS was cracking me up. Go look. DO IT. (Monica is very funny.)
Happy late Halloween!