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QOTD 50(?): Halloween Havoc

Happy end of Halloween Blog Otters! I'm on my way to an organ performance at Brown university and figured I'd post this, else miss two QOTDs in a row!

What are you best and worst Halloween adventures? 

I have a few involving sailor Jerry's, k2 , cops and German chicks but ill save it for a real keyboard

So I'll post my costume. I'm the king of kings.... Personal band.https://mobile.twitter.com/MeekinOnMovies/status/396121149018349568/photo/1




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  1. Liev Schreiber's Sabretooth is the King of Kings?

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  2. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryOctober 31, 2013 at 10:52 PM

    Worst: when I was about 14 or so it actually snowed on Halloween (a rare occurrence around here), and I'm trick-or-treating and at the one house the lady tells me not to come on her porch because it's slippery. Me, being a: a hardheaded guy who never listens and b: an idiot, decided to ignore her advice and slipped and broke my ankle in 3 places.


    Best: when I was 21 I stopped at my buddy's house on the way home from work to cop some smoke. He's having a Halloween party and I'm not even wearing a costume (pretty sure it was technically Nov. 1st at that point anyway...), be he somehow convinces these 2 hammered chicks I never met before (or since) to do a tag-team suckfest on me. That, as you'd imagine, was pretty fucking sweet.

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  3. Lemmy may come to your house and execute you for your insolence...

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  4. "Organ performance" sounds dirty.

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  5. Lemmy, the singer from Motorhead, is who Meekin's costume is supposed to be. He is an aggressive guy...

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  6. Really. He appears to have forgotten the coco puff.

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  7. I actually didn't have very many Halloween experiences. I always managed to get grounded or sick. I do recall one year where I went to a friend's house and for some reason, we decided it would be fun for me to greet trick or treaters with a scream and a butcher knife, and chasing. Looking back at it, I'm surprised no one shot me.

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  8. Stranger in the AlpsNovember 1, 2013 at 7:17 AM

    You fucking bastard.

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  9. Ive got a few but am currently trying to run off a hangover on the treadmill so will share later.

    Halloween is fucking great, the only time of the year grown ass adults cant act like kids and its ok.

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  10. Stranger in the AlpsNovember 1, 2013 at 8:00 AM

    I have never been a Halloween guy, not even as a kid. Any time I have gone out, it was always with reluctance. By the age of 10, I was tired of those store bought mask and plastic gown get-ups. Seriously, one year I grabbed my baseball bat, and a ball cap, some sweat pants, threw on some face paint and went out. Years later, when I saw the movie The Warriors for the first time, I realized that it may not have been so bad.
    As an adult, I resorted to the old gorilla suit rental. I wear glasses, but they fogged up inside the mask, so I stuck them on the outside, and grabbed an encyclopedia and went as the world's smartest ape. Then I went to a party, and struggled with the costume as I had to take a huge dump. I almost didn't make it. That would have been, like, a $200 cleaning fee on the rental.

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  11. Ha. We did a Halloween loop/bar crawl last night and did not want to dress up. Did the same shit...baseball hat and baseball glove. Easy Peazy

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  12. Organ performance at Brown University? Sounds like a euphemism for anal sex to me.

    As for the question, my adventures were all the same. Get dressed up, go to a party, get falling down drunk. Now, this was the twins' first Halloween, so it consisted of dressing them up, taking pictures, posting to Facebook, then sitting down at my desk to get some work done while the girls FINALLY slept.

    Oh, how things change.

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  13. I beat you to it, Lee.

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  14. Last year I was Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th Part 3. I made it my mission to be very authentic. I purchased a latex hood and a mask made from the movie mold. I purchased the shirt worn in the movie, unopened from 1983. I made my own wounds with gorilla glue, mascara, cotton balls, and fake blood. It was very extensive... I paid attention to every detail of that specific movie.


    I know I'll never have a costume greater than that one.

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  15. Your_Favourite_LoserNovember 1, 2013 at 9:25 AM

    did you put a gash in your head?

    or were you pre-part III ending?

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  16. Your_Favourite_LoserNovember 1, 2013 at 9:26 AM

    beavis and butthead ftw

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  17. Charismatic e-Negro Jef VinsonNovember 1, 2013 at 9:30 AM

    Best Experience: Halloween in a strip club where the (female) bartenders dressed like strippers.
    1.) Watching this kid try to steal candy from a group of 6 year olds and ran into a parked car. The kids ran over to him and stomped him out. I thought I was gonna die laughing.

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  18. Is that where the coco puff thing came from? I honestly couldn't remember.

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  19. The latex hood had the gash.

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  20. Best: Went to a Halloween party as Hurricane and my date was Mighty Molly. Lost my virginity that night.


    Worst: Went trick r' treating as Randy Savage and no one knew who I was. Some lady asked me if I was dressed up as a bum. I was so proud of that costume, too. Zubaz that were too small so they looked like tights, a matching t-shirt, an overcoat that my mother sewed tassels onto, a cowboy hat with glitter, sequins and a feather, green cowboy boots, hand/wrist tape and a "Hollywood Magic F/X" beard that my cousin procured.



    And I got called a fucking bum.

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  21. Another day, another serious injury story out of Adam Curry.
    You either have some serious bad luck, or else you need to start watching where you're going.

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  22. I've been known to get effed up on Halloween, but nothing particularly noteworthy.
    These days it's all about my wife counting the "likes" that her pics of our little guy in his costume get. He was Max from Where the Wild Things Are, and he was plum adorable. In a manly sort of way.
    Also turning away the roughly 40 year old crazy woman in full witches gear that kept coming to our door for candy. I ain't got no candy for her.

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  23. A baseball player is the easiest/laziest costume a guy can do. Grab a jersey, cap, and bat or glove. My kind of costume.

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  24. Congrats on having an experience I thought only existed in porn.

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  25. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryNovember 1, 2013 at 6:45 PM

    A combination of both, plus I'm really brittle.

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