Today I'm combining the Saturday Scavenger hunt with Halloween- it's just like chocolate and peanut butter. I chose the word this week and it was street.
Remember how I had three choices last night? Yeah, well. I went with the fourth one. I wrote something on my Facebook about how I might stay home and drink wine and almost immediately, my girlcrush responded by saying she was coming into town and I better hang out downtown with her. Who was I to say no?
Earlier in the evening, I helped Coadster and her friend get ready for their party. Coadster was a kinda, sorta cheetah, and her friend was a princess.
At around 8'ish, I went to my friend K.'s and brought over some pumpkin bars and hummus. She and her boyfriend were getting ready to go out. The only costume I could think to pull together was a witch. My friend K. calls that the default girl costume, and she was being a witch too. I used some of their make-up and painted my face green, like the witch on The Wizard of Oz.
K. and her boyfriend were going to the party I mentioned on my last post and then to The Mill. I dropped them off at their soiree and then I hoofed it downtown to the Dublin.
When I got there, I was happy to see all my friends were dressed up and fun. The girlcrush was dressed as a munchkin from The Wizard of Oz. Great minds think similarly, don't they? My friend T. was dressed as a ref and she had a whistle that she would blow whenever she needed to call a party foul. By the end of the night, there were more and more of those.
The bar was fun, but after a while, I got restless and took it to the street so I could check out everybodys costumes.
This one was great. These two guys made a rickshaw and the White guy pulled the Asian guy all around downtown. Awesome.
This guy was a boob.
I found some 80's hair metal band guys in front of the Deadwood, who were very accomodating about letting me take their picture.
I found a Storm Trooper and Princess Leia in front of Prairie Lights Bookstore, in keeping with the geekiness of the costumes.
Here's me outside, after I traded my witches hat with my friend's Incredibles character wig. Everybody kept calling me Edith Piaf, so we traded back later.
You thought my face looked green, but I was no match for this guy.
I caught Homey the Clown and a roller skating car hop heading across the street.
The street was great, but after a while I figured it was time to go back inside to see what was going on with my friends. I didn't know this couple, but they were friends of some other people at our table and I loved their Pin-up Girl/sailor combination costumes. Adorable.
Here's me and my friend after we switched our wig and hat back.
These were some super creepy face costumes. I love how dramatic they are next to each other.
I'm awarding this couple the most original costumes of the night. After seeing a hundred Jokers and Sarah Palin's, it was really nice to meet The Colonel and his chicken.
At whatever time that was, we decided to head back out into the street and make our way home. My friend K. and her boyfriend and my beautiful friend S. and her boyfriend joined us at the Dublin and we got to hang out for a bit.
K. and her boyfriend were going my way, so we walked to John's grocery first so K.'s boyfriend could get a little more beer. K. and I were beered out, so we hung out on the street and ran into Super Boy here.
Then as we walked past The Foxhead, we saw this guy trying to make-out with a Rubik's Cube, and that was so awesome that I made it the last pic I took of the evening.
I hope you all had memorable Halloweens no matter what you did too.