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To hide behind the front door wearing a hairy claw glove with talons to thrust through the letterbox...

(16 Posts)
Blu Fri 31-Oct-08 17:49:02

..at T or T-ers?

I think i might be as the first group burst into tears...

blush

ewwwmy2shoesarefullofblood Fri 31-Oct-08 17:50:23

lol
that is priceless

southeastalien Fri 31-Oct-08 17:51:23

lol at least you're joining and not being a sourpuss.

the cleaner at work had on a green mask and i nearly shit a brick

brimfull Fri 31-Oct-08 17:52:10

we have skeletal hands hanging out of letter box

first callers were about 2 yrs old blush

Blu Fri 31-Oct-08 17:54:28

We have a washing up bowl full of sweets with one of those hopping bulb-operated spiders hidden in it to make the spider hop when they choose a sweet....

Have to go out in a bit anyway to supervise DS and his friends out menacing innocent people in their homes and begging. Such is halloween these days, tut tut, i don't know what the world's coming to.

HellboundNinkynork Fri 31-Oct-08 17:54:43

Picturing the scene at your door...

shockshockshock
shock shock

PortofinoPumpkin Fri 31-Oct-08 17:58:14

LOL

brimfull Fri 31-Oct-08 17:58:39

i would crap myself at that spider blu

CharCharBaGOOOOOOORE Fri 31-Oct-08 17:58:57

ROFL! That is hilarious! As is your post, HellboundNinkyNork grin

Romy7 Fri 31-Oct-08 17:59:32

<romy goes off to hunt for rubber gloves and wonders where the wool and marker pens are... best i can do at short notice...>

PortofinoPumpkin Fri 31-Oct-08 18:00:46

I've got nothing so am hoping for a quiet night. Next door's dcs came and admired our lit up pumpkin on the doorstep, but their mum said "Bon Soiree" in quite a firm voice - which I took as a hint not to send mine round begging for bon bons in her costume de sorciere!!

YumeeMumee Fri 31-Oct-08 18:02:02

PMSL - classic! smile

pointygravedogger Fri 31-Oct-08 18:02:25

lol

superb

pointygravedogger Fri 31-Oct-08 18:02:41

for over 8s only, I'd say

Blu Fri 31-Oct-08 18:14:13

Yes - I just restrained myself as I could see it was a v small child - I was very sweet and friendly, and the Mum said 'there you are, that wasn't frightening, was it?', obviously introducing her nervous 3 yo to the whole thing. Little did she know what could have happened...cackle.

I may drop it now - I feel that sitting on the doormat with my laptop for entertainment, in wait to terrify children is not a suitable adult past time for an alledgedly mature adult - and on a parenting website, to boot.

jofeb04 Fri 31-Oct-08 18:18:39

Lol Blu, may do that myself later tonight!

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