So this year there were high expectations because Halloween fell on a Friday. The economy is down and people are more likely to celebrate because they want to forget about their problems and for one night be someone else, I heard on NPR, the average American was going to spend $67 on a costume. That's a a lot.
I went, of course, to Lincoln Road, where I wanted to see lavish and expensive drag queens' costumes. The truth is that although the street parade of crazy characters was a lot of fun, this year the drag queens let me down.
Ok, this couple is cool, they are so cool they can wear their fucking silver suit with sun glasses and strike such a great pose all at once.
You guys are sexy, we accept it. You probably had a great night of dancing and bottle service at Mansion.
Geeky, cute or gay? I can't make up my mind.
At four days before the elections we thought that political costumes were going to be overwhelming. Although we did find a few Sarahs and Obamas, there were no Mccains or Bidens, they are not such exciting characters. Even Hilary who has been out of the picture for so long was a more popular Halloween costume than the two old guys in the race.
If you are this gorgeous it should be a law to dress up as Adam and Eve. Thank you guys.
The crazy dancing dude from Lincoln Road dressed up as the crazy dancing dude from Lincoln Road.
I don't think this guy got any girls tonight, but he sure looks funny in that costume. I approve of sacrificing sexy for the good of humor.
Scream grabbing on to the balls of a giant penis next to Indiana Jones. Their attitude definitely makes them even greater.
I guess I'd have to say I don't approve. Especially of the ass with red lipstick and a piece of paper stock to it.
Again sacrificing beauty for the sake of the scary spirit of Halloween is good in my book. Brrrrr, that's one scary bitch.
The nerd costume never gets old, neither does the gay seaman.
We had a great time. Bought two flasks of Black Label, and drank on the street without spending much. We went into Laundry Room and danced and order beers at Polar Bear, the bar next to Finnegan's and sat down to yell at people on costumes and dance.