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Thread: How many Halloween sightings were made?

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    Default How many Halloween sightings were made?

    So, working at the club tonight I saw one couple dressed as babies, matching blue and pink sleepers with the bonnets and oversized dummys you get in dress-up packs, and one person wearing a Primark sleeper (the stars one) and sucking a regular dummy.

    Any further Halloween sightings?

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    Tonight i attended one of the biggest Halloween parties in the state of Utah. It was the Howl at Utah State University. Just going in the door i saw several guys dressed in footie pajamas and bonnets and bibs. then once we were in the building where the party was held i saw a guy walking around in just a ABU Cushie diaper. I was half tempted to go up and ask him if he was a AB. But , I unfortunatially chickened. out.

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    I was at a small party last night and one couple wore the blue and pink baby costume that you get from most costume shops. Thats about it.

    Wow an abu cushie, thats a perty good sign that hes a ab i would imagine. although he could have stumbled onto it through google maybe

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    Didn't see anything myself this year, as I was busy working and didn't see any baby costumes at work this year. USUALLY, I can count on at least one or two to pop into the restaurant. This year, no baby costumes.

    WildThing121675

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    Didn't see any last night but am going out again tonight so might see some then. Mostly grim reapers, devils and witches round here.

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    At my youth group one of the leaders was dressed as a child, no babies though. We played creepy version of clue and she was in the nursery, sitting and rocking a doll while humming. The lighting and everything made it seem a lot like F.E.A.R., but I couldn't help thinking "Aww".

    It's mostly really little kids that come around our house on Halloween, and it wouldn't make sense to dress your 4 year old as a baby (at least in my mind it doesn't). We'll see though, maybe I'll see someone tonight...

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    Tenderheart

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    Quote Originally Posted by thelvyn1991 View Post
    Tonight i attended one of the biggest Halloween parties in the state of Utah. It was the Howl at Utah State University. Just going in the door i saw several guys dressed in footie pajamas and bonnets and bibs. then once we were in the building where the party was held i saw a guy walking around in just a ABU Cushie diaper. I was half tempted to go up and ask him if he was a AB. But , I unfortunatially chickened. out.
    Wow, you live really close to me or were at least in mah town. I disagree though, get freaky was a lot bigger.

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    The town I went to go trick or treating, not only was I myself dressed as a baby, but I saw some teenage boys and girls wearing adult baby clothing and wore accessories from Cozy n Dry!

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    Alright well I saw nothing. Does me in a diaper count?
    Last edited by dragsnick; 01-Nov-2010 at 02:39. Reason: typo

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    pamperchu

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    I went out in public in my bunny sleeper all day today. went to the mall, Burger king, Safeway, and some thrift stores.
    I will have videos up later this week.

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