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11. Posted by Wenzel (Budding Member 38 posts) 11y

I once tied forty purple baloons to myself and went as hemmarhoids!

12. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Did they itch???

LOL - that's just too much!

13. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 11y

Quoting samsara2

I always get Basic Instinct and Fatal Attraction mixed up in my head as well;)

There's an easy way to distinguish between the two; one has a dead rabbit in it and the other has a live beaver!

14. Posted by mtlchica (Respected Member 922 posts) 11y

Quoting angela_

I didn't wear this, but I saw someone who had a yellow swimcap on and a white sheet with a hole for his head. He was a fried egg.

That is so great! :) I'm gonna keep that one on reserve....

Quoting daveh

Good one i saw - a bloke just stood there with a Bus Stop sign, told everyone he had come as a bus queue.

Another great one!

I was never that creative....I've done the witches, vampires, devil thing. One year I was super lazy so I dressed in normal was for a school-sponsored Halloween party. Our university had been having lots of problems with demonstrating students that year, so I brought a picket sign (made of a ruler and paper) to the party and said I was a protester.

15. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

Quoting Pardus

What's the weirdest/most bizzarre outfit you ever wore to go to a fancy dress party?

(My personal dream is to be a Cross Dressing Pirate, but I haven't had a chance to go to a Fancy Dress Party yet, but my Birthday is coming up, hehehe...)

Happy birthday

16. Posted by Tsunami (Full Member 35 posts) 11y

As a goth, every day's a fancy dress happening - at least, that's what some outsiders seem to think

17. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

People may cross-dress for a variety of reasons of which transvestism, transsexualism and fetishism are the commonest. Others may also cross-dress as part of a disguise or for entertainment (drag artistes). Transvestism is a term which reflects a desire by someone of one gender to adopt the clothes, appearance and behaviour that is usually associated with the opposite gender. For some it is simply ‘dressing up,’ while for others, it is a need to adopt the opposite role as fully as possible on a temporary or full-time basis, finding emotional serenity or satisfaction in adopting an opposite sex identity.

18. Posted by Tsunami (Full Member 35 posts) 11y

Adapting appearance can be a very discussable thing. What is a typical female or male appearance ?? I think many of these things are open for interpretation.

In a lesser extent, the same can be said on behaviour.

Also count in subcultural behaviour and art if we're talking about adopting a certain extend of androgyny.

19. Posted by mim (Travel Guru 1276 posts) 11y

hahaha, yeah your right so do I....
Bo**ocks, I wasn't lying anyway, sharon stone, without the pants yeah. haha

that happened at the party how confusing.

20. Posted by abcdf (Full Member 557 posts) 11y

i wore a black and white cocktail dress. it was this off the shoulder and had staps in the back with a choker. i loved that dress. but i bought it for my eigth grade graduation party. everyone else were wearing jeans and a t-shirt or a simple dress...