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Simon's Blog - October 31, 2006

October 31, 2006

It's Halloween - time for me to get a massive sugar high and transform myself into something fierce and frightening. Me and a couple of friends are going to a Halloween party together and we're ready to cause some total chaos. I'm dressing up as Frankenstein and my friend Ben is doing to dress up as the mad scientist that created him.

This girl Vanessa, who I met earlier this summer is gonna be there as well - which I'm super psyched about. I've been emailing her a bit lately but haven't seen her since the summer so I hope she's still kind of into me. And hopefully she'll still recognize me in my costume. She said she'd be dressed up as some kind of superhero but wouldn't tell me which one. Hmmm...

I'll be extra scary this year because myself and Ben have a few frightening tricks up our sleeve. I took some Chocolate Ex Lax (it's chocolate that makes you wanna take a crap) from my Grandma's house and we're going to hand it out as "treats" to anyone that shows up at the party that we don't really like - it's gonna be hilarious! We've got a couple of other Halloween "tricks" we plan on playing but we're keeping them secret for now. I'll tell you about them later.

Are you pulling any kind of Halloween pranks this year? about your best tricks or any other Halloween adventures you have.

Later,
Simon

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