Some of my most memorable costumes were my Little Red Riding Hood costume from when I was 4 or 5, my plastic witch mask from the 70's, and do you remember those dumb costumes where you blew up the head, that looked like some odd creature, and then attached it to the top of your head? Yeah, I sported that nifty costume in the early 80's. Unfortunately I do not have a copy of any photo's of me in a Halloween costume to show you. None! They are all tucked away in a closet, home in Wyoming.
I know the quality of the picture is horrible, but I'm pretty sure the ugly is coming through quite nicely. Apparently, I was in the sun quite a bit more this summer, because my freckles grew in massive amounts. My teeth were incredibly slow to grow in, once I lost them, so there fore I was left with gaps wide enough for ships to pass. I believe the photographer slipped us some wacky tabacky... I look high as a kite.
Eee-Gad! Look what I just found a picture of... In fact, I was this particular Kooky Spook.
Even though I do not have any pictures of me in a Halloween costume, I do have a few from some of my friends.
Marty wowed the crowd with his costume! The "Bread Basket" turned out to be the trickiest Operation skill to conquer, due to the questionable location.
After Wonder Woman's tv series was finished, she fell into a deep depression and snacked on Little Debbie's, obsessively. We were all glad to see her use her
Xena... the Warrior Princess
Gaylord to the rescue!
And then there's Barney... You can't forget Barney! He dressed up as his idol, The King. Remember how Barney serenaded me, in a desperate attempt to get me to go to the dance with him? Good times, Barney. Good times.
As you know, some people do not need a costume to participate in Halloween festivities.
And I ran
I ran so far away!
Hazel got her panties in a bunch when some one complimented her on her costume. "I'm not wearing a costume!" she angrily scoffed.
(notice the lovely baggy panties)