Halloween 2008: Oak Lawn, Part V

Continuing where we left off...
The only thing more awkward than a May-December romance is a December-post-mortem one.

Next time you think about getting cheeky with her, bite your tongue.

Everyone at the class reunion remarked at how little Peter had aged.

As proud as most girls are of their costumes, I'm usually picturing them without anything on at all.

Kristin makes sure this guy's on the receiving end of phone sex.

Some boyfriends are reluctant to reveal in public the costumed roleplay they so willingly engage in most other nights in their bedroom.

"I made you, and I can bake you just as easily!"

It was inevitable that gifted singer Marcel Marceau would team with the graceful Frankenstein's monster for a Broadway revue.

Ah, here's one of those shiny happy people Stipe and friends were going on about.

Parted in the middle, you might say.

I usually want to Hulk when I'm green and bloated as well.

Who knew Edward Scissorhands was a moyl?

Telekinetic beer can-crushing competition, Round One.

"Okay, class, keep a hand on your safety buddy at all times..."

They're making a sequel to Donnie Darko?!.

The human body contains an average of five liters of blood, but  vampires don't have a bladder equipped for even half that.

Don't let the pink fool you.  I'm pretty sure this one's venomous.

Pirates of Oak Lawn: Curse of the Black-eyed Pea.

The Tooth Fairy has abundant opportunities to score pearly whites in the combined presence of alcohol, concrete, and gravity.

Alexplored 10/25/08.  All images and text copyright 2008 Alexplorer.
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