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    Post Halloween Costumes

    http://www.lrpstore.com/dept.asp?dep...d+of+the+Rings

    Almost makes me wish I was a guy...I'd look rather odd in a Boromir costume

    I love Halloween

    btw, does anyone know where I could get elf ear tips, that are NON latex... grrr...


    Sooo... anyone else dressin' up, or dressing thier kids up?
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    Post Re: Halloween Costumes

    Sorry, but this LOTR crap is getting old. I've seen far too many losers (think "comic book guy" on the Simpsons) dressing up in those costumes and playing with foam swords. Get lives already.

    I do love Halloween, though. Not sure what I am going to be this year. Definitely something to piss off the 'Amurikins.'

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    Post Re: Halloween Costumes

    By celebrating Halloween, you're playing right into the hands of the ZOG/NWO/Illuminati/Freemasons/International Jewish Financiers.

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    who cares. If you're in America, you celebrate Free Candy... I like it b/c I can go to the Renaissance Festival in my costume, and no one stares at me like, "what the hell"

    I never said I was going as anything from Lord of the Rings...waaay to cliche. Nevermind about the elf ears...
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    Post Re: Halloween Costumes

    I don't know what this year myself - last year my kids dressed up as animals (a cow and a cat.) Its what they wanted. Of course, Halloween isn't Jewish - it is Catholic. I'll go to the feast of All Saints, *and* have my Halloween party. Its the European/Christian way to remember one's ancestors. Dressing up is just fun - they even have a Sauron suit out there now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontiersman
    Of course, Halloween isn't Jewish - it is Catholic. I'll go to the feast of All Saints, *and* have my Halloween party. Its the European/Christian way to remember one's ancestors.
    Actually it's Celtic pagan (Samhain) but I won't get into another argument about what 'Celtic' actually means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    Actually it's Celtic pagan (Samhain) but I won't get into another argument about what 'Celtic' actually means.
    Read the link I provided: Halloween and Samhain have no direct connection to one another. Halloween comes from the Church of Rome, and was placed at that point on the calendar because of issues in Italy. Italians didn't celebrate Samhain. In any case, nothing of Halloween's celebrations is similar to the way Samhain was celebrated in pre-Christian times. Go ahead, read the article above on Halloween by the Folklorist Bethancourt. The connection of Halloween with Samhain was created by anti-Catholic Fundamentalist American Christians to attack an American practice that had everything to do with a festival entirely American in its celebration, with roots in a European religious festival normally celebrated by a Mass.
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    actually this is probably what I'll be wearing around Halloween. These photos are about 5 years old.
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    Post Re: Halloween Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by Elistariel
    actually this is probably what I'll be wearing around Halloween. These photos are about 5 years old.
    Nice! I like If I can't afford anything else, I'll just put on my leine, breacan feile, and carry around my sword.
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    Post Re: Halloween Costumes

    Halloween is meant to be a pagan spiritual time.
    (It doesn't matter how old the song is, I won't stop liking it).

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