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eyehi wrote:How about a Martian?....some aluminum foil to cover his clothes and covering his head...some green eye makeup covering his face and hands .....oh yes...some foil antennae ..that should do it. Now that's a cheap costume. Ok..I don't exactly know if that is what a Martian looks like...but it's a good a guess as any!. Have fun!--------------781DA40CF7E9BEEDFB6E1092--
Terry Donaghe wrote:Howdy all,
I have a 2 and a half year old son and I'm trying to think of something
*interesting* to dress him as this halloween. I'm looking for
something non-ordinary, a little bit smart ass, irreverent, or almost,
but not quite, inappropriate for a small child. :) Heh heh. I want
people to think, "What the hell??", but not "You bastard!"
The costume must be relatively cheap and easy to build and put on.
Terry Donaghe: email@example.com
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