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« Reply #10 on: October 12, 2004 01:10:21 AM »

You could be a scarecrow. Put on jeans and a flannel shirt, tie up the cuffs at the ankles and wrists. Then stuff the area between the clothes and your body. Then stuff some straw in so it's poking out the wrists, ankles, and neckline. You can also get acheap canvas hat and have some straw sticking out under that. and face paint like round rosy cheeksand a clown mouth.
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« Reply #11 on: October 12, 2004 02:18:27 AM »

Dress up as an Eskimo!!!

Hee, hee.  I did that one year when I was little.  It was randomly freezing on Halloween, so I put on a big coat and said I was an eskimo.  An eskimo in jeans and sneakers...I actually just looked like a kid in a coat, but I'm sure if you put a lot of thought into it it could be cute. 
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