Awesome.Mia was and is still my favorite Hallowe'en costume, except in Grade 9 no-one else had seen the damn movie and didn't know who I was. I assume you had better luck, VV.Nice costume on your sis, too. Is that paint or karo syrup?
Hopefully you didn't take a nap and wake up to somebody trying to plunge a hypodermic needle into your heart. P.S. Did anybody show up as William Katt... but not as the Greatest American Hero, but rather Carrie's impromptu prom date?
Charlotte- that's so funny. I tried the same thing in ninth grade, but nobody got it. I think they all thought I was a lazy Cleopatra or something.We tried so hard to get a guy friend to be Lizzie's permed-out date . . . we couldn't find the crucial 70s suit at the last minute, though.
Oh, and fake blood= karo syrup, dishwasher soap, red food coloring. Washes right out.
Very cute, Vestal Vespa! VERY CUTE! No wonder all the boys think you're adorable!
Very nice. There was a post OD Mia at the Village parade last night.I like yours much better.
Run, ladies! I have a turkey baster!
VV - hehe... GMTA!I never had much luck getting the right mix for blood, but it looks like your sister got it!
Give me a blond wig, a Puritanical black frock, and a Bible, and I would have gladly shown up as Carrie's mom (Piper Laurie). Nothing better than a disturbed trannie yelling out"I can see your dirty pillows! Everyone will!" or"I should've given you to God when you were born, but I was weak and backsliding, and now the devil has come home. We'll pray." or"Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live!"
What Vicki said.Allow me to anonymously flirt with you. ;-)
Hmmm, you could have been Betty Page, but the power brunnette look is probably an every day item in your wardrobe...Nice blood recipe from your sissy.She is missing the wigged out eyes, more a mellow blood drenched feel to her...good wicked times nonetheless! A bloody bouquet! Thanks for sharing the party!-Mr.M