Thursday, 7 October 2010

Never a dull moment.

 

Wonder who this is.

TG     Eye rolling smile

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14 comments:

  1. I think *I* can guess as well. :-)

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  2. You'll probably both remember exactly the same 'scary incidents' occurring to me last year around this time of year. Is it any wonder I'm dippy?

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  3. So.....what are you and k going to be this Halloween? I'll be hiding under my bed because I've had nothing but bad luck on that day.

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  4. Oh thats way to scary for me.. Holloween uhmm. Actually I love dressing up and going to a party. Haven't done it for a few years. thanks for reminding me its coming up. Maybe this year I will do it again.. Hugs Carrie

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  5. Its not quite such a big thing over here in the UK as it is in the US. K will no doubt be doing her usual, and hiding behind the door dressed as some frightening creature with horrible hands etc, ready to pounce on any trick or treaters, while I'll be buying tons of gory eyeballs, squidgy skulls, and other assorted goodies to stuff into a container to hand out as treats.

    Yes Carrie, it soon comes around again. A lady yesterday was buying a scary Halloween outfit for her very small baby to wear.

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  6. Scary mask.

    http://youcanfacetodaybecausehelives.blogspot.com

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  7. Yes, and false arm as well! Thanks for your comment Toyin

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  8. You all do Halloween also? Perhaps it actually started there and came here later. I guess the word has a bit of an Anglo-Saxon ring to it. Do you remember a blogger from Spaces named "Jen" (J.H.)? She was very active in the Spaces community, then suddenly disappeared. I recall she did a radio show. I hope she is well.

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  9. Well, we don't 'do Halloween' in quite the same way as the US I don't think. We are far more into 'Mischief Night' which is the night before Bonfire Night (November the 5th) where of course we remember Guy Fawkes who tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament. This is celebrated by burning effigies of said Guy Fauwkes on bonfires.
    Jen has come over to Wordpress I think. Will try to get hold of her if I can. Last I heard, she was fine.

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  10. Had you considered modelling?

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  11. What as? A Scary Halloween figure? Thanks for your comment.

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