Anyway, Halloween has been pretty fun since going to college (these photos really need no captions):
|Most fitting costume I'll ever wear. Should've said 'Nozzle'.|
|Obligatory college toga costume.|
|My eyes are up here.|
|Yes, I'm in roller skates. (I have a scar.)|
And Annie and I have done a pretty good job at couples costumes:
|I could only find a pic at a bad part in the night...|
The problem? We've got high expectations. You've got high expectations. Wherever we go will have high expectations. We've been trying to land the role as 'that couple' during Halloween festivities over the years, and our performance will have to be stellar. How are we going to pull this off in the one free weekend we have between now and Halloween?
We've tried to make our costumes or find things at thrift shops that work (more Annie than I). I think this is the first year where it would be totally possible for me to put my ensemble together without buying the professional costume, it'll just take a lot of work. And some sewing. I'm not very familiar with either of these concepts.
I hope we live up to my expectations, and that'll mean that you'll enjoy the costumes,
P.S. Annie would be upset if I didn't tell this story. Up toward the top you'll see a picture of me in shorty-shorts and roller skates. While rollin' with my homies around Ann Arbor, some guy at a bar yelled something to the extent of "Dude, that chick's on skates." This was responded to with "Dude, that chick's a dude." She hasn't let that drop yet. Not the first time I was mistaken for a lady.
P.S.S. The first time I was mistaken for a lady: I literally did dress as a girl for Halloween for a few years in middle school. The last time was probably 8th grade. My cousin and I showed up to a lady's porch and yelled "Trick or Treat". She came out with candy (best holiday ever). She then went on to ask me what I was supposed to be. In the deepest voice that I was able to muster at the time, I said, "a girl". In almost a shriek, she replied, "Dear Jesus!" I must've been pulling it off quite well. I got almost two handfuls of confused adults by the time the night was over.