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Poop.

I just went through the events for C8, and noticed that the Masquerade sunday night is the sort you wear full-blown costumes to; I'd thought it was the sort you just wore a domino or similar to, and hence wasn't sure I wanted to bother.

Now I can't think of a costume idea...

I have precious little resources to work with. All I can think to do is either tie monkeys to myself, or tape a spooky over each nipple. Lizard says I'm not allowed to do either.

The categories they're giving prizes for are:

* Best Angel
* Best Devil
* Best Pagan Costume
* Best Embodiment of Good
* Best Embodiment of Evil
* Best Original Idea
* Most Colourful
* Best Cleavage/Corsetry
* Most Likely to Impale Someone
* Holy Fuck! What's That?

I could probably rig something fast up for "Most likely to impale someone", but it would probably, well, imaple someone. I have a few small sheets of steel roofing plates that I could cut into sharp things, but they'd be sharp.

Grr. It will bother me if I have no costume. What to do?

My best idea so far; dress as normally, but wear a big white circle over my face, with a smiley face drawn on it.

I don't know what exactly I'd be supposed to be.

Maybe I'll put little red horns on top of that.

Comments

rednikki
May. 29th, 2002 11:38 pm (UTC)
You could go as Bill Gates. Or better yet, the Paper Clip Assistant from Microsoft Office (otherwise known as "Clippy".) Either would be the embodiment of true evil...
neeuqdrazil
May. 30th, 2002 03:48 am (UTC)
During the discussion, Bill Gates came up. Clippy did not, but J. Random Scientologist did (another embodiment of true evil, at least in some circles).

Right now, he's got a white circle of cardboard with a frowny face, and little horns on it.

I don't think he's going to wear the brown shirt with the pink tie. I really hope he's not.

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