question of the day Friday october 7th

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todays question is : if you were to dress up for halloween what would your costume be ?

id be a snow leopard with a purple bow on her tail isis snowleopard 2.jpg
 
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Um...let me think. I love doing Halloween costumes for others, but I usually just dress in all black and slap a witch hat on my head and call it done. HOWEVER...if I could dress up as anything, I wouldn't mind being a lab rat. I did that one year. Wore white leotard and tights, with a fake fur cap with rat ears...I even made a tag for one of the years with a serial number on it. The tail was made of empty toilet paper rolls strung together and spray-painted pink, and I put pink saran wrap (remember the colored saran wrap?) over my glasses to give me that "albino rat" look. For the record, I worked in a medical lab at the time, and the costume was a big hit!
 

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I'd probably go as a character from one of my favorite TV shows. It would be funny if I went as Tony Micelli (Tony Danza in Who's The Boss?) because I'd have to have fake muscles to even look remotely similar.
 

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I have ALWAYS wanted to dress up as Glinda the Good Witch (Wizard of OZ) and Sarah from Labyrinth, but I would want it to look EXACTLY like in the movies...just a big, just a puffy, just as sparkly...and it would be extremely costly to make that happen, so I'll probably never get to do it. I could probably alter my wedding dress and make it look sorta close to Sarah but...it just wouldn't be the same.
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Rosanne Rosannadanna. That hair is the most glorious trapezoid I've ever seen in my life. Gilda Radner was so talented. :hearthrob:
OMG, I loved her in that role on SNL. I laughed so hard I literally fell off the sofa. :flail: She definitely passed away too young.:frown:
 

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OMG, I loved her in that role on SNL. I laughed so hard I literally fell off the sofa. :flail: She definitely passed away too young.:frown:
I don't know if it was her high monotone voice or her lines or just the way she played the character as a whole, but she was hysterical, and yes, WAY too young. That was a huge loss.. :(
 

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I don't know if it was her high monotone voice or her lines or just the way she played the character as a whole, but she was hysterical
To this day I constantly repeat her famous line as the Roseanne Roseannadanna character, "It's always something!" :biggrin:
 

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To this day I constantly repeat her famous line as the Roseanne Roseannadanna character, "It's always something!" :biggrin:
LOL I do that too!
My Mom actually got me an audio-recorded card (I think it was for my 30th birthday) that had her giving the rundown of that guys ailments of the video I posted when you opened it. Inside, it said "It's always something!" I still have that card, even though the audio hasn't worked for years. So many of the actors of that time period had the most wicked awesome talent!
 
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