CDP Wayback Machine – Halloween 2007 Edition.

I So Spooky.

This year, I got a little lazy, and wore what I pretty much wear every day to work. I decided for a modern, hipster-style American Psycho appearance. I think it gets the job done, and yes, I’m standing in the hallway of an Elementary school with a disguise and plastic chainsaw. How I’m not in jail is beyond me.

Due to today being the Best Holiday Ever, I’m corking your cry-holes with a classic CDP rerun. Please sit back and enjoy the most humiliating Halloween of my entire life, with…

October 15, 2005 – “It’s My Costume.”

Tonight, I’m headed off to the Dane 101 party at the High Noon Saloon. I hope to see you there. Please sound off in the comments section and tell me how you plan to spend this most joyous of days. I don’t know how tonight will turn out, but I took Thursday off, just in case.

Happy Halloween, kids.

24 thoughts on “CDP Wayback Machine – Halloween 2007 Edition.

  1. Gosh, I write a lot better than I did in 2005. There were quite a few errors and suffered from poor pacing. You should probably ignore that.So, why was I at an Elementary School in costume?Why else? Pickin’ up chicks.

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  2. Yes, your writing has improved tremendously.I’m wearing a wig. I look very cute, but it’s about 80 degrees in our office today. I’m in for a very sweaty-headed day.

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  3. BLU – Yeah, although I don’t have sky, I heard the American Football game was pretty good. I have a good American friend, who was basically crapping himeself with excitment over it.I’m going to read the post now…

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  4. Awkward prop chainsaw placement ahoy! Was that the same mask that the killer wore in that crappy slasher flick “Valentine”? Or was it a doll’s face? Drawing a blank here…off to IMDB I go.Hooray for Halloween! Best non-holiday “holiday” ever!

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  5. Oh, I totally meant for the chainsaw to be posed like that. In fact, the only difference between the prop and what lurks behind it is…<>(Complete the joke! I’ll get you started…)<>1. The chainsaw hasn’t scared nearly as many children.2. The chainsaw has never <>really<> killed anyone.3. The chainsaw has less blood on it.Terrible? Yes. Funny? Always.

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  6. You remembered “Please tip your waitresses”…but you forgot “try the veal, it’s delicious!” As the mother of a small boy, I can vouch for the fact that men can <>sometimes<> not be held accountable for the behavior of their various bits. But as a wife, I can also vouch for the fact that sometimes a man needs to pop his eyes back in his head and swivel his neck back ’round, if he knows what’s good for him.

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  7. Agreed, but the Missus forgot to mention that she was 100% referring to the mentioning of her <>own<> specific ‘bits.’ I’m not much of a gawker, and she can attest to that. I know I’m lucky.Really though, this thread is making me all squirmy and red-faced. I’m putting up Thursday’s post right now, and never coming back here again.

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