Friday, 29 October 2010

Phone It In Friday: Happy Halloween!

Hiya, canards! So what are you gonna be for Halloween this year, huh? What's your favorite Halloween candy? What's your scariest trick-or-treating memory? Can we see your punkins?

Go!

9 comments:

Joe G. said...

As Jennie mentioned, this year we're taking a pass on Halloween in favor of relaxation. As such, I haven't come up with a costume. If I had to put one together in a pinch, I could always be Peter Parker and just wear my Spider-Man t-shirt under another shirt.

My favorite Halloween candy is the Reese's Peanut Butter pumpkin. YUM.

I don't really have any scary Halloween memories. Except for the year when I went as The Flash. That was pretty scary. Not so much for me, but for my coworkers. I should not wear skintight costumes.

Ashley said...

I'm being Guitar Hero.

candicejhogan said...

I'm going as the Red Angry Bird (from the iPhone game Angry Birds). And here's my punkin: http://bit.ly/9Qe90z

Abigail said...

candice: !!! please send me pics.

matt said...

i'm a sucker for candy corn, i admit it. even if the logical part of my mouth will admit that reeses of any variety are far superior... it's halloween. candy corn are pretty much required.

i was going to be the dude this year. but at the rate i'm hurting myself, something with a wheelchair seems more likely. oof.

kat said...

did you go see a doctor about that foot yet? (if not, i can't really say anything; i wouldn't go either.)

also, I LOVE CANDY CORN!

Jennie said...

I love candy corn. And those little candy corn pumpkins. I will eat those until I'm sick.

When I was little, I'd eat the candy corn pieces in three bites. First I'd bite off the big yellow end, then the slightly smaller orange middle bit, leaving the teeny tiny white tip for last...I don't know why I did this. To make it last longer? IDK.

kat said...

I STILL eat my candy corn like this :)

candicejhogan said...

i like the candy corn pumpkins better. i have no idea why. Abs - I sent you a twitter pic of my costume.