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Simon's Blog - October 25, 2005

October 25, 2005

Halloween is just a few days away - and my costume is just about ready to go. I'm going to dress up as The Thing from The Fantastic Four! I wasn't able to grow any major muscles - so I'm going to use these electronic Fantastic Four Hands and Feet which I picked up at the mall. They're totally wild and make cool Thing noises too.

I'm not too sure what I'll use to give myself the crater skin complexion of The Thing but I'm sure if I keep eating all the Halloween candy my mom just bought, I'll have a Thing-like acne breakout quite soon. My costume should be good - I just hope it's not too scary. I wouldn't want to scare off any cute girls at my school's Halloween Dance. Maybe, I'll find a girl who looks just like The Invisible Woman!

I'm not going trick or treating this year so I found all the goodies my mom was planning to hand out to trick or treaters and took all the good candy for myself. If my mom questions me, I'll blame it on my brother or say there must be ghosts in the house that took it. My mom's a total ghost believer and she doesn't trust my brother, so she'll fall for one of those stories for sure.

What are you doing for Halloween? Going trick or treating? Watching any freaky or frightening movies?

Later,
Simon

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