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Does anyone dress up on Halloween anymore? I am going goth this year and I’m excited. I love the goth aesthetic. Last year, I dressed as if I was in the 80s.



Curiosity's Cat
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I always dress up to answer the door when handing out the treats.
I have a glow in the dark tarantula paper weight that I put in the bottom of the bowl under the candy.
It gets some reactions!

Forest Cat

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Halloween isn't as big here as it is other places, but I have dressed up in the past. Don't have pics unfortunately. But since I worked with chainsaws I dressed up as this guy, Leatherface. :D Scared a few kids. And adults too.



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I do,this year I am dressing as the TV show character Liv Moore on I Zombie.Making the edible brain too.My husband and I have a Halloween party every year at the shop we own.I seen the video how to transform into her


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Lots of people do. Definitely people who cosplay at conventions regularly will dress up for Halloween. That is never going away. Have fun!!


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Not really. If it's expected of me, I do dress up (though that also goes for other times of year), but it's not a hobby of mine, and I dislike having things like paint touch my face due to sensory issues.

I'm not interested in horror (and am not a statesian) so halloween has never held any significance for me, though I know most people really like this time of year.


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Horror movies on Halloween month for me.

If anybody here wants to watch Cannibal Holocaust with me, let me know.

Angular Chap

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Wonder if I'll see any ghost drones this year.

Halloween Ghost GIF

Or maybe a carved turnip instead of a pumpkin, which always manage to look way more creepy. Although I feel like I would need power tools to carve a turnip, those things are like bricks!


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