Friday, October 17, 2014

Halloween Ho Down

This monstrous Halloween photo blog has all the tricks and treats.  

 

The Bewitching Veronica Lake and udder Halloween babes host
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Halloween is an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain (pronounced "Sow-en") that marked the end of the harvest in Ireland and Britain.
 

People thought ghosts, witches and scary people like departed mothers-in-law would drop by their homes for a visit. To keep them away, they would carve faces into potatoes and turnips, place a candle inside and put them in windows. 


The Catholic Church, seeing that people were enjoying themselves a bit too much, took over the holiday and named Nov. 1 All Saints Day, and the day before, Oct. 31, became All Hallow's Eve.


The holiday was brought to the U.S. in the 19th century by Irish immigrants.


It didn't take long for people to change All Hallow's Eve to Halloween. The pumpkin replaced the turnip, and kids in rubber Nixon masks replaced the ghosts as scary visitors.



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I know winter is coming but we still need to maintain awareness of waterborne hazards
 
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Halloween Ideas From 1884's Hottest Costume Guide

 

Why don't witches wear panties?

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So they can get a better grip on the broom.



Haunted Attractions and Spook Shows of Yesteryear

They were always pretty seedy, so you never could be quite sure these carnies weren't the kind to really decapitate that girl on the table. And another lure were the young beauties (hired from the local modeling agencies) at the entrance.

 


 
 
 
People on United States postage stamps who abused opiates


Another amazing Halloween cartoon from the 1930's entitled "Spooks," but this time, instead of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, the star is Flip The Frog, not to be confused with Flip The Bird, a comic character from the 60's!



How can we do Halloween without a dose of Elvira (the undisputed Queen of Halloween) tricking and treating?



Maila Nurmi, aka Vampira the horror hostess

 

Carolyn Jones doing Morticia Addams

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Hollow Weenies
 

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The Halloween Tapair is a subspecies of the Cat Lady species
  




This costume is used as a disguise when molesting children or animals. Most members of the community see elderly men as kind folk that wet themselves too often, and will agree to leave their children with them. 

With Halloween falling just days before a major presidential election every four years, it's little wonder that presidents' masks are often hot sellers. 



These photos were taken at the house and on Khao San Road which is the international area of Bangkok




Enter the dark side with Helena Bonham Carter, the Bellatrix Lestrange chick in the Harry Potter flicks. 

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There are small boobs, medium boobs, big boobs, and fake boobs. I won’t be reviewing fake boobs other to mention that if they look fake, you paid too much. If they look real, then we’d never know the difference, so good on you.



 

For those children too young to skank-out, a series of rituals were created to get them out of the house and on the streets, so that older couples could enjoy each other's costumes in "private".

TP Stephen King’s house? There a site called Project TP. The idea is that you can virtually TP your friends houses, famous landmarks, the world really. As Chester says on the site, "Halloween has gone soft, and we're here to take it back." Now, virtual TP sounds lame, sure, but when the concept is hooked up to the mapping prowess of Google Satellite and Street View, it becomes, like most everything Google touches, pretty cool.

 

Edward Snowden's girlfriend Lindsay Mills who refers to herself on a blog as “a world-travelling, pole-dancing super hero” is now in Moscow

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NSFW Fred Dude is posting some interesting and obscure Halloween stuff


Get an indepth look of the current events with Glenn at Instapundit


 

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3 comments:

Katy Anders said...

I've never been convinced that scary stuff needed to be confined to one day a year.

I mean, black people have a whole month and Jews have holidays like 100 times a year - so why do freaks, witches and ghouls get only one damn day?

GOODSTUFF said...

Katy - Asia has quite a few "ghost" days - too many to list

one of my favorites is "feed the hungry ghost"

William Teach said...

Go ya linked in the Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup