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EliteDreams 12-22-2012 05:59 PM

Costume party ideas
 
4 weeks away,and its gotta stay PG. No rocket ship schlong puppets please.

dumbell 12-24-2012 10:52 AM

Rubix cube, toga, pirate, etc.

5kgLifter 12-24-2012 01:37 PM

Toga, as above, always a good option; Roman soldier...you have the physique to pull that sort of thing of easily.

Tannhauser 12-24-2012 02:45 PM

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I suggest that you attend dressed as Levi Woodbury, Secretary to the US Treasury 1834 -1841.

It should be a relatively simple costume and there is very little chance that anyone else will choose the same character. You'll probably win over a lot of people with your knowledge of the history of the treasury, especially if you learn a few lines such as 'You can't blame me for the collapse of 1837!' and 'the Second Bank of the US sucks!'

Or failing that, you could go as his predecessor Roger B. Taney. Or Spider-Man.

Edit to add: I got the dates wrong. corrected.

EliteDreams 12-25-2012 02:21 AM

Toga is a good one. I think I can pull off Mr. T.

Da hell is this?
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Originally Posted by Tannhauser (Post 304834)
I suggest that you attend dressed as Levi Woodbury, Secretary to the US Treasury 1834 -1841.

It should be a relatively simple costume and there is very little chance that anyone else will choose the same character. You'll probably win over a lot of people with your knowledge of the history of the treasury, especially if you learn a few lines such as 'You can't blame me for the collapse of 1837!' and 'the Second Bank of the US sucks!'

Or failing that, you could go as his predecessor Roger B. Taney. Or Spider-Man.

Edit to add: I got the dates wrong. corrected.

You put some thought into it,and it does have a high chance of not being copied. Things to think about...


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