First real Halloween experience
I had a very good experience on Halloween night. Went to Franklin Street in Chapel Hill to see how happenning that street could be on this special night annually.
So, today, after such a long hiatus not blogging seriously, I am compensate it tonight with more than 2 dozens of photos. ;)
The houses around that area were nicely decorated with all kinds of Jack-O-Lantern.
For fish fish, I bought an invisible mask and put on my old pyjamas. Hehe... I could see people but people could not see me. In fact, managed to scare a few people and one cute toddler. ^_^
It was definitely one of the most happening street in North Carolina for Halloween. News reporters were hunting for unique costume dressers to interview with.
I was expecting people would dress spooky and voodoo... it was only partly correct.
Majority of the crowd was dressed in something pretty unexpected. The photos I am going to show are just a very few examples.
Woolala~~~ this hairy guy sure knew how to use his wife's lingerie to save his halloween's costume expenses. LOL It was a fun sight to see his whole family join in the fun.
When he saw me took the picture, he twist his butt and greet me with a high pitch tone. *cool*
Just when I was still adoring his curvy butt, suddenly a headless guy ran past me. Wooo~~~ I wonder where he was heading.
The tall guy in front him was dressing up as a pimp daddy and yelled to another pimp daddy that he past by, "Hey dude, this is my territory! Get out of here!".
Do you like tetris?
Then this might be your favorite for the night. In fact, it was a big success as there were a few reporters stopped them for interviewing. Not only that, it was a big hit among the crowd too. People just kept stopping them to take photos together.
At this point, the Franklin Street was still not closed.
People were waiting impatiently for the road to close soon.
Around 9.30pm, the road was finally closed.
Immediately, people started to walk on the street.
Within a couple minutes, it has turned into something very different.
There were quite a few sweet young things dressed up as sexy Japanese high school girls. Hmmm... although it was a bit too cold for me to do, I might consider to dress up as one next year and speak in Japanese. It would be fun! Ha!
Don't worry if you don't have a real dog. You can always bring a plushie dog for a walk in such a crowd. LOL
Do you still remember Bill Clinton?
Hehe... what is the strongest thing you remember about him?
Obviously, this guy remember him as the chicky guy.
In fact, some one shouted out as him, "Hey Bill, where is Monica? Is that her kisses?" *tsk tsk tsk*
There were a few people dressed up as cute magicians. Personally, I think this one was the best. I like his smile.
Oh~~~ this couple was soooo cute. I bet coldness is not a problem for them that night with this fluffy and warm costume. I want one too!
Ah~~~ the lady lost her head somehow. But she managed to find it, but she failed to connect it back. LOL She was another focus of the night by the reporters.
For those fully charged university students, they would just enjoy dancing with there friends on the street.
In fact, a lot of people actually dressed as common commercial products that are very well-known in U.S. Such as this Mr. Peanut Butter and Miss Klondike Ice Cream. Some even dressed up as credit card, McDonald smoothie etc...
Some guys just love female undies. They took every opportunity to feel the softness of the undies. Tee hee hee...
Oh, don't want to dress the same as other people?
Get a tin of ICI...
... and you can paint yourself whatever you like.
If you think you are not good or don't have the money to dress up for the halloween, this is another good option. Get a bunch of friends to dress in your pyjamas, and acted silly on the street in a group... You will get an equal attention and these people. LOL
My favorite girl for the night has to be this bloody lady.
See the guy at her back? He was using his bedsheet as the costume. ;) Another good way to save your money yet get a good dress up for Halloween.
Oolala~~~ who would be so cruel to cut a neck of such a lovely lady?
The people only becoming more crowdy. My friends and I decided to leave at around 10.30pm...
But for many others, the night was still young. The fun was just starting.
On the way to get out of the street, suddenly we heard screaming from some guys...
What was happening??
Obviously, he was giving birth soon... The doctor was panic. He was panic.
"Wahhhhhhh~~~~" The baby head already came out.
This, I have to say was the best costume for the night. I love it! So creative.
I love Halloween. I was so much fun just to see how much effort people put for the night. It was amazing how much idea people could come up for getting the attention.
I promise, next year I will put some good effort too. ;)