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    What were you as a kid?

    I honestly cannot remember, but these are all great!

    I'd have killed for the Sleestak.

    MeTV Network | 20 strange, cheap Halloween costumes from the 1960s and 1970s

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    Oh wow, the memories!

    I was Casper, and the skeleton pirate.
    DJ may know servers, but he obviously doesn't know shit about car batteries in the southwest.

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    I always took the easy way out.

    A bum...or a hobo.
    How do you know if your bike has a Stava?

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    Quote Originally Posted by banditpowdercoat View Post
    Good stuff!
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    Hobo, hobo, hobo, hobo, football player, football player. That was about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    Hobo, hobo, hobo, hobo, Motocross Racer. That was about it.
    Looks like my M.O. as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I always took the easy way out.

    A bum...or a hobo.
    Why would anyone go out trick-or-treating dressed up as themselves?
    DJ may know servers, but he obviously doesn't know shit about car batteries in the southwest.

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    A ghost, hobo, and a spy.

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    A cowboy.
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    I had a largish jacket that I pulled over my head whilst on my BMX!! Supposed to be headless horseman o_0

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    You sure it wasnt Cornholio?


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    Will any one cop to being that Village People guy, that was a classic
    I'm sick of all the Irish stereotypes, as soon as I finish this beer I"m punching someone

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    We were thugs, riding our Mongoose and Paterson nickle plated BMX bikes and wearing black Derby jackets.
    Did anyone else wear the Derby jackets?
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    We were thugs, riding our Mongoose and Paterson nickle plated BMX bikes and wearing black Derby jackets.
    Did anyone else wear the Derby jackets?
    No Derby jacket, don't even remember what my costume was, but I still have a nasty scar on my inner thigh from falling on the broken end of a bear trap pedal scrambling to get candy. Can't remember what bike it was, maybe a Diamond Back Hot Streak.

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    We did package costumes a few times, mom-made costumes at least twice then we split between Hobos and Soldiers (because both costumes included bigger bags for more candy). I would never let my son eat the amount of candy I used to consume in the week after Halloween. I could literally eat a 32 Qt Cooler full of candy in 5 days, what the hell was wrong with my parents?
    The most expensive bike in the world is still cheaper than the cheapest open heart surgery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I always took the easy way out.

    A bum...or a hobo.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Why would anyone go out trick-or-treating dressed up as themselves?
    Because it's "the easy way out".

    You are becoming quite the skimologist.
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    My first Hallowe'en I wore a Huckleberry Hound mask and one of those plastic bag costumes. I remember I couldn't see straight out the eye holes and I kept tripping and falling and losing my candy.

    It was also so cold most Hallowe'ens (I grew up in northern Ontario) that my mom always made me wear a snowsuit under my costumes, so I always looked like a stuffed sausage the years I was a hippy, and a hobo (I was never a princess )
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    one of my first costumes...

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    Age 7: Kiss, Paul Stanley
    Age 8: Kiss, Ace Frehley
    Age 9: Kiss, Peter Criss
    Age 10: Kiss, Gene Simmons

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    Post #14 is proof I shouldn't post right before bedtime...
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

    Peace and Long Rides...

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    Official OC thread derailment.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    Age 7: Kiss, Paul Stanley
    Age 8: Kiss, Ace Frehley
    Age 9: Kiss, Peter Criss
    Age 10: Kiss, Gene Simmons
    I hated that band.
    Great for kids to look at in amazement but really? Adults? This mindset of mine was in the late 70's when they were in their prime. I was in my mid to late teens. It took me another 30 years to actually give their music a chance which I ended up liking. But I'm still a bit turned off by a band that had to hide behind makeup to make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    You are becoming quite the skimologist.
    What's that costume look like?
    The most expensive bike in the world is still cheaper than the cheapest open heart surgery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    What's that costume look like?
    How do you know if your bike has a Stava?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    My first Hallowe'en I wore a Huckleberry Hound mask and one of those plastic bag costumes. I remember I couldn't see straight out the eye holes and I kept tripping and falling and losing my candy.

    It was also so cold most Hallowe'ens (I grew up in northern Ontario) that my mom always made me wear a snowsuit under my costumes, so I always looked like a stuffed sausage the years I was a hippy, and a hobo (I was never a princess )
    Your so cute! I was a princess .
    A little pain never hurt anyone.

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