Your Questions About Halloween Costumes For Women

Thomas asks…

Halloween Costumes?

what is either the best, funniest, weirdest, or most outrageous costume you have ever seen?
just curious to know what you’ve all seen. ;)

answers:

The best halloween costumes I saw was a group of women dressed up as Madonna. They were all different, in her different famous outfits each decade in her music videos. It was great.

Charles asks…

Halloween vampire costume (women)?

I know it might be too early, but I just don’t want to be last minute! I really want to go as a sexy vampire to a Halloween party this year and been thinking of an outfit I could put together without having to spend on a costume which can be quite expensive to get a nice one.

I was thinking a black corset (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Sexy-Corset-Top-Laced-Up-Basques-Customes-Shapewear-Sets-Lingerie-2163-/180792717677?pt=UK_Women_s_Lingerie&var=480056028115&hash=item2a1815f16d) with a pencil skirt similar to this http://www.newlook.com/shop/womens/skirts/black-leather-look-panel-pencil-skirt_259918301 Black stilettos and I’d paint a few bats on my chest/shoulder/down my arm. The main part would be dramatic face paint like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBhU02UZI3E&feature=my_liked_videos&list=LLWm4AYs5FRFUlEyQQYJQRLg which my friend thinks she could do for me + I’d curl my dark brown hair.

Opinions?

answers:

Nice work there!
I think your entire look is amazing for this Halloween.
Besides, curled dark brown hair will look great with the outfit…
The face paint looks good too!

All the best!

Carol asks…

Halloween Costumes for big women?

I am looking for a size 26-28 Halloween costume I don’t really want any revealing costume but its been really challenging to find that big of a size costume. Any ideas or suggestions would help. Thanks.
I must add that I do not sew and actually have never tried to sew so to make a costume is completely out of the picture. I would so much prefer to buy something. I am open to all ideas. Thanks everyone.

answers:

Http://www.unitedmaskandparty.com/Halloween/adult_costumes_big_and_tall.htm

try this site :)

Betty asks…

Funny/creative Halloween costume for a woman?

I know, I know, it’s only June but I’m already thinking about what Halloween costume to get….Anyone of have any funny/creative ideas for a woman? I was a German beer girl last year – cute but not creative/funny….

answers:

My best costume ever was the year I went to a Halloween dance dressed as a Christmas present. I wore a big box, wrapped in Christmas paper, put a bow in my hair and wore sheer tights (can’t remember if they were white or red) and little red tennis shoes.

Have fun! I love that you’re planning early.

Michael asks…

Awesome College halloween costume?

This is my last halloween at college and I’m going to one of the premier parties at my school. So I wanna look awesome and have a kick butt costume. But I’m not too creative. So I want to hear some of the best ones around for college students.
Sorry…Guy’s costume

answers:

Here are a bunch of easy, cheap homemade Halloween costume ideas I have written
up over the years. The links tell you how to put the costumes together.
You have most of what you need already. Have fun!

Easiest Costume Ever: Priest Movie 2011
Need a last-minute, easy costume? Male or female, young or old everyone will know you are from
the “Priest” movie of 2011! Here is how to put this easy costume together.

Http://voices.yahoo.com/easy-costume-priest-movie-2011-8786773.html?cat=40

Cheap, Easy, and Fun Costumes Using Stuff in Your Closet!
Says it’s for kids, but anyone can use these ideas.

Http://voices.yahoo.com/kids-halloween-costumes-cheap-easy-fun-1899458.html?cat=6

No Fangs on ‘Twilight’ Vampires! EASY ‘Twilight’ Vampire Costume

http://voices.yahoo.com/no-fangs-twilight-vampires-put-together-6894948.html?cat=2

Halloween Costumes Your Boyfriend Will Wear, Even If He Is Too Cool
…and matching outfits for women

http://voices.yahoo.com/halloween-party-costumes-boyfriend-will-wear-even-6705516.html?cat=40

Celtic Halloween Costume: Woad from ‘King Arthur’ Using Blue Hair Spray

http://voices.yahoo.com/celtic-halloween-costume-woad-king-arthur-using-6728328.html?cat=40

Short Girl Costumes that Are Original and Not Skanky

http://voices.yahoo.com/short-girl-costumes-original-not-skanky-6911394.html?cat=74

‘Legally Blonde’ Halloween Costume

http://voices.yahoo.com/legally-blonde-halloween-costume-fancy-dress-6701080.html?cat=46

Crazy Cat Lady Costume – and Tips for Making it Cute
http://voices.yahoo.com/crazy-cat-lady-costume-tips-making-least-6917010.html?cat=74

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Your Questions About Halloween Fundraiser Ideas

Mary asks…

Inexpensive idea for room dividers?

Hi guys! So I’m trying to start a UNICEF club in my school and to raise money I have plenty of fundraiser ideas. One is a Halloween maze!
I know that Halloween is over 2 months away but I want to start planning now so it’s all organized by the time it’s Halloween.
For the maze I need something that can divide up the path so I can make rows, hopefully that makes sense. Room dividers are wayyy to expensive so do you guys have any ideas for a cheap way to make these “rows”? Since it is a new club we have no funds so I’m trying to keep it as cheap as possible. Thank you for your help! :)
*By the way, I will be trying to make the maze in the small gym so an idea that will cover larger spaces will be great, thanks again! :)

answers:

U could use some thin sheet of plywood.. About one eight of an inch thick.. They come in four by eight.. Or five by five…

William asks…

fun things to do at a girls club?

hi, im in yr 8 and go to girl guides ( an all girls club for 2 hours every week) we get to chose what to do and so far we havnt done much that interesting or fun. any ideas? preferably not too expensive though..
thanks if you can help!

answers:

It depends on what you find interesting and where you live. If the weather is nice and you are meeting in the afternoon, you could go biking and swimming, or go hiking on a trail, or use a compass to do some orienteering.

If you have snow, you could go sledding, tobogganing, skating, snowshoeing.

Set up an obstacle course or relay race, a scavenger hunt, or try some indoor/outdoor sports.

If you want indoor activities, you could bake, play cards, board games, make crafts. With Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas coming up, you could make crafts around those themes and donate them to a local church for a bazaar or sell them as a fundraiser for your group.

Or, check out the website below:

Mark asks…

Costume contest ideas?

WE will be entering a Halloween costume contest for horse and rider, its a fundraiser any ideas and how to make then please

answers:

I’m not sure how to make them, but here are some cool ideas!

-Tiger and trainer: You could wear white riding pants and a top hat, and he could be painted! (or he could be a lion

-Pirates: You could buy one blinder for him that looks like an eye patch, and you could both wear pirate hats!

-Superman: They make a lot of different spandex blanket/body cover thingies for horses, so you could try to get some red and blue ones!

-Breast cancer awareness: Great for a fundraiser! Go crazy with pink and ribbons

-Unicorn: This one is pretty self explanatory

I hope this helped!

Carol asks…

Fundraising for the animal shelter?

The animal shelter I volunteer at just recently had an outbreak of ringworm. They have been saving for years for a new building(which is badly needed) and now all those funds need to be used to treat the animals! I thought it would help to set up a fundraiser, and being a high school student I couldn’t probably get alot of publicity through the school. Any ideas for fundraisers besides the usual dog walk and bake sales?
Thats supposed to be could get publicity, not couldnt

answers:

Well, Halloween’s coming up, what about a benefit costume ball? My local shelter does a formal dinner/dance every year, they charge I think $250 for a pair of tickets, and local businesses donate items for silent auction. They make dinner and hire a DJ or band, and one of the local hotels lets them use one of their big event rooms free of charge. I believe they usually make quite a bit of $, and people always enjoy it.

Lizzie asks…

Best Fundraiser Ideas?

What are some great fundraising ideas?

answers:

1. A dinner of some sort, spaghetti is always good, with a Chineses auction also. One set price for the dinner and maybe 10 Chinese auction tickets. Then charge more for extra CA tickets.

2. Garage sale. Sell hot dogs, pop and chips for one price. Check around, our animal shelter gets rolls and hot dogs donated from local grocery stores, etc. Put up ads in the grocery stores, etc. Stating you need used and gently used items for a garage sale. I’m assuming you are a not-for-profit organization.

3. A dog walk with prizes for the biggest, littlest, oldest, youngest, etc. Dog. Prizes for the dog who raised the most pledges for walking. All the prizes we get are donated from local companies.

4. Have a haunted barn, house, etc. At Halloween.

5. A theme tray sale.

6. A car wash. A dog wash.

7. Have a raffle. We had a few Buffalo Bills items donated to us by calling the Bills headquarters. We raffled them off and made a lot of money. Someone with a computer printed up the tickets to save us some money and volunteers just sold them.

Whatever you do, have other little fun things to do that will raise some money.

Sell a balloon for $1 each and before you blow them up, place a piece of paper in it that corresponds to a prize. The kids get to pop the balloon and claim their prize. Get things at the dollar store or from that magazine Oriental Trading. They have good prices and you get things by the dozen, etc.

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Your Questions About Halloween Food

Mary asks…

Halloween party food?

I am having a Halloween party and was thinking of ideas for food and I’m stumped right now!

So far, I am making cookies and cupcakes with my kids.
Caramel popcorn balls with purple ribbon tied around.
And I am ordering a chocolate fountain.

I was thinking some things that were kind of gross for Halloween, but not totally nasty so no one even wants to eat them! Also, I want some “real food“, not just treats. Like easy finger foods that people can eat while walking around and talking.

Thank you so much!
Oh, and drink ideas too. Thanks!!

answers:

Get a rubber glove and fill it with water, then freeze it. When its frozen just before the party and place it in punch or any type of juice (pref a red liquid) and you could put little ice cubes in as well. You could also get spaghetti and put it in bolanase or food colouring, so its like worms. You could also get a red juice like cranberry and label it blood and get apple juice and label it slime. You could also make sandwiches in the shape of bats ect… You could also get mini pastries and call them spooky treats, you could make smoothies and give them gross names. You could have fish fingers or something and decorate it with like ketchup. You could do toffee apples caramel apples and chocolate apples. You could serve pumpkins. Ice scream eyes
Scope of raspberry ripple ice cream with a cherry on top. Add strawberry sauce for more blood.

Bat wings
Arrange chicken wings on a plate to look like bats.

Dried scabs
Simply a bowl of dried fruit. Red berries and raisins look good.

Blood and guts
Make up a red jelly and allow to set. Chop up jelly and add red fruits for a gory look.

Fangs
Slices of peeled apple with a strawberry sauce.

Witches fingers
Simply cocktail sausages with red or green peppers. Cut a small slice out of the top of the sausage to form a shelf for the finger nail to rest. Cut the pepper into finger nail shapes and add a bit of soft cheese on the back to stick it onto the sausage.

Hope i helped.
Have fun.

Michael asks…

Halloween food ideas?

I dont get trick or treaters as i live in flats but i still love to decorate my flat for halloween and cook a big halloween meal for family.Any ideas or what i could do for main meal and dessert?
Also any treat ideas,ie pies,cakes,sweets ect.

thanks

answers:

Http://www.familymanagement.com/holidays/halloween/food.drink.html

http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/halloween_party_food.htm

http://www.halloweenishere.com/recipes.html

Here are a few sites with lots of ideas for sweet and savoury recipes and also drinks

Donna asks…

Halloween foods?????????

what one food reminds you the most of Halloween(besides candy).
like you bite into it and instantly think of Halloween.

answers:

Well, I guess it’s not a food, it’s a drink, but Hot Spiced Cider reminds me of Halloween. First thing that came to mind when I read the question though was Pumpkin, but other than pumpkin pie (which reminds me more of Thanksgiving), I don’t know what I eat that’s actually pumpkin. Although, I’ve had the pumpkin dip that another poster gave and it is really really good!

Susan asks…

what are some good halloween party foods, no alcohol?

i need a dessert, and savory appetizer, and one fruity non alcoholic cocktail. Please include recipes.
haha not a cocktail, a drink

answers:

Some good candy for Halloween are: Candy Corn and you can get regular flavored or caramel apple flavor which has red and brown color, candy pumpkins, pumpkin lollipops, tootsie rolls,bubble gum etc.

I know one good snack my older sister makes is what we call puppy chow it’s little wheat square things, and powdered sugar and chocolate which is optional you can look up a recipe on the computer just type in puppy chow or go onto Food Network.com!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A dessert could be: pumpkin pie, and/or a chocolate cake with vanilla or choc. Icing!!

A savory appetizer could be: chili and cornbread, little shishcobobs with steak or meat, squash and/or zucchini and potatoes:)

I’m so sorry I can’t think of a fruity drink, but I can think of a website you could go onto for a delicious fruity drink recipe which again is Food Network.com it’s got great idea’s and recipe’s or you could go into the search box and type in good party food idea’s NO ALCOHOL!!!!!!!:) Good luck and I hope I helped:)

George asks…

Halloween party, Lots of drinking, Good food?

Im having a halloween party and was wondering if anyone has good ideas for party foods which i can cook/bake.

I want everything to be halloween themed, so far I’ve got halloween cupcakes, Bat shortbread and meringue ghosts also making pizza, what else would be good?

Ps. There will be alot of dunken people so any suggestions on how to keep them happy with the food?

Thanks.

answers:

You should make candy corn pizza!!!
“Cheesy Candy Corn”
Preheat the oven to 350.

Cut the tortillas up like a pizza. Mozzarella goes on the tip, then cheddar in the middle, and the american on the top. Take a slice of the american cheese and cutting it into four equal parts horizontally. Helps it melt more uniformly.

Place it in the oven for about 10 minutes, or until the cheese is melted..

Meatball creepy Crawlers
Meatballs
1 can (12 oz) Pillsbury® Golden Layers® refrigerated flaky original biscuits
20 frozen cooked beef meatballs, thawed (from 16-oz bag)
1/4 cup shoestring potatoes (from 1 3/4-oz can) or chow mein noodles
Sliced olives, pickles and carrots, as desired

Dips, if desired
1/4 cup ketchup
1/4 cup mustard
1/2 cup cheese dip

1. Heat oven to 375°F. Spray large cookie sheet with cooking spray, or cover with cooking parchment paper.

2. Separate dough into 10 biscuits. Separate each biscuit into 2 layers. Wrap 1 biscuit piece around each meatball; seal. To make 1 crawler, line up 10 biscuit-wrapped meatballs on cookie sheet, making sure each is touching, to make a curved line. Poke shoestring potatoes in both sides of each ball for legs, at head for antennae and tongue, and end for tail. Repeat with remaining 10 wrapped meatballs to make second crawler.

3. Bake 13 to 16 minutes or until golden brown. Garnish with olives for eyes and mouth. Top every other section with layer of sliced pickle, carrot and olive. In small bowl, mix ketchup and mustard. Serve crawlers with ketchup mixture and cheese dip.

Day Old Bath Water
12 ounce Can frozen lemonade
2 liters 7-Up
1/2 gallon Rainbow sherbert

Thaw sherbert for approximately 15 minutes and place in a plastic tub. Add lemonade (prepared according to directions) and 7-up. Sherbert will melt and turn mixture day old bathwater grayish-brown. Float a handful of green, yellow and white tiny after dinner mints (tiny bars of soap) on top of the scummy punch.

Boogers on a Stick
8 ounce Jar cheez whiz
3 or 4 drops Green food coloring (OR use red & make blood on a stick..)
3 dozen pretzel sticks

Melt cheeze whiz in the microwave according to jar directions. Allow the cheese to cool slightly in the jar. Carefully stir in food coloring using just enough to turn the cheese a pale snot green.

To form boogers: Dip and twist the tip of each prtezel stick into the cheese, lift out, wait twenty seconds, then dip again. When cheese lumps reach a boogerish size, set pretzels boogerd on wax paper to cool.

Zombie Eyes
Thinly Sliced Ham
Cream Cheese
Pickles
Spread cream cheese on ham slices, then wrap around the pickle. Please wrapped pickles in the freezer and about 30 minutes till you need to serve, cut the wrapped pickles in 1/2 inch pieces.

” ‘Deep fried ants’ will have your guests running scared. Simply deep-fry shredded coconut and serve to guests to munch on,”

Squashed Frogs for Halloween

1 Stick margarine
40 lg marshmallows (10 oz. Bag)
1/2 ts vanilla (optional)
2 ts green food coloring
5 c corn flakes cereal
M&Ms Plain Chocolate Candy
Melt margarine in large saucepan. Add marshmallows and cook over low heat, stirring constantly until melted and mixture is syrupy.

Remove from heat. Add vanilla and food color. Mix well. Add corn flakes and mix until well coated and bright green.

Drop by spoonfuls onto greased cookie sheet. Flatten with the back of a tablespoon and add 2

Spider cookies

http://simplestupid.com/recipe.htm?id=420

Ingredients
Oreo Cookies 12
licorice laces 3 3 foot strands cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
cinnamon dots 24
red decorating gel 1 1/2 tsps

Directions
Insert 3 pieces of the licorice laces into each side of the Oreo cookie.

For the eyes use the red decorating gel to adhere the cinnamon dots to the top of the cookie.

Spider Crackers
For each:
2 round crackers
2 teaspoons smooth peanut butter
8 small pretzel sticks
2 raisins

With the peanut butter, make a cracker sandwich. Insert eight pretzel “legs” into the filling. With a dab of peanut butter, set two raisin “eyes” on top. Makes 1.

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Your Questions About Halloween Makeup Games

Thomas asks…

okay is there any way in the word can I become a vampire or get powers?

( no saying that it’s imposable) I know it sound coo coo bananas but sometimes I just want to have powers and show my friends that there’s something special about me!

answers:

Here is truth – read and understand.
1. Vampires, defined as a humanoid being that MUST consume blood or energy to survive do not exist. Cut and paste time, as it is too much work to type this out over and over and I “recycle” my own answers instead of retyping them so here goes. A brief discussion of the human digestive system and then the probable vampire population given an exponential growth rate should explain why vampires are not possible.

2. The human body is not designed to process large amounts of blood for nutrition. There is not enough protein, carbohydrates, and fats present in blood to maintain a complex creature such as Homo Sapiens or any theorized offshoot mutations. When a human ingests food it is first broken up into a bolus by chewing, then churned up in the stomach with digestive juices to form a mass called chyme. It then passes through the pylorus into the duodenum, part of the small intestine where it mixes with bile salts and secretions from the pancreas and liver which continue breaking it down on a molecular basis, mostly affecting fats at this point. The broken down nutrients pass through the wall of the intestines and into the bloodstream where they are carried to each cell or stored for later use. Indigestible bulk continues through the intestines, turning a dark brown from the bile. Water is absorbed from this mass in the large intestine depending on the needs of the body – a well-hydrated person will usually have a softer stool than a dehydrated person will. Water also enters the bloodstream, and this is what helps to maintain blood pressure. The pressure tends to balance itself in a healthy person because the bloodstream goes through a formation in the kidney called the Loop of Henle, where the narrowing blood vessel forces excess water and cellular waste such as urea out through the cellular wall into the kidneys, where it is excreted through the ureters into the bladder, and then out of the body via the urethral passageway.

3. IMPORTANT – A person physically unable to process his own food for nutrition therefore also could not process blood – it’s the same process. Ingested blood does not transmit directly to the veins anyway – it would be chemically broken down by the digestive system.

4. Theoretical ingestion of blood to supply these nutrients would therefore have to occur at least once a day, and would require the ingestion of the entire blood supply which could not happen as the stomach is far too small to hold that much liquid volume. Hold up your clenched fist – under normal conditions your stomach is about that size. Furthermore, such a mass would be difficult to pass thru the intestines as it has no fibrous bulk, would create an intestinal impaction, causing massive vomiting from the large concentration of iron present, and any “real” vampire would have to eventually expel the waste, which would come out as a black, tarry, smelly goo, just as stool does when blood is present from a upper GI bleed.
5. These humans that affect the whole “vampiric lifestyle” are NOT vampires. They are simply humans playing their own little game, in their own little fantasy world, usually pandering to their own little sexual fetish, which may or may not actually be sexual. I too, play my own little game, in the SCA, but mine is a game where the deeds that I do are determined by the strength of my arm and sword – I am a warrior, with just as much skill and ability as any warrior of ancient times. The difference is that I am claiming to be something physically possible: a warrior, and I prove it everytime I strap on my armor and walk onto a SCA battlefield. The so-called “vampires” are claiming to be something physically impossible: a walking corpse, and all they prove is that black Victorian clothing, a pair of false fangs, and a little makeup make for a good Halloween costume – it does not make you a vampire.

6. Even if a vampire feeds once a week, and his victim also becomes a vampire, that is exponential growth, with four iterations a month. First iteration: One makes one, total two. Second iteration: Two make two, total four. Third iteration: Four make four, total eight. Fourth iteration: Eight make eight, total sixteen. 16 vampires at the end of one month, 256 at the end of the second month, 4096 by the end of the third month, 65,536 by the end of the fourth month, 1,048,476 at the end of the fifth, and 33,572,832 vampires at the end of half a year! By way of comparison, there are currently approximately 33 million people who have HIV/AIDS and the disease is a world-wide epidemic. I see people every day in the hospital with AIDS, but never has there been one documented case of a vampire attack. Do the math – vampires are a mathematical impossibility. As for the idea that vampires existed “a long time ago” consider the estimated global population 5,000 years ago – using the above mathematical rationale, a single vampire converted every human on the globe in less than two years. This falls therefore, under the logic of Occam’s Razor – which states that when you have removed every impossible answer, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. Since there is no “vampiric plague” swarming the earth, the logical deduction is that they don’t exist.

7. Point of clarification about “vampire” bats: vampire is simply the name we have given them because they do drink blood, same as a flea, mosquito, leech, or spider. Are these creatures vampires? No. They are living creatures, not legendary monsters. They can subsist on blood because of their smaller size and proportionately larger stomach volume. Drinking blood does not make you a vampire anymore than eating raw meat makes you a werewolf, although it might make you a mosquito.

8.The humans who profess to be vampires are victims of an all-encompassing self induced delusion. They are as human as you or I, regardless of their claims, and if they ingest HIV tainted blood they can most certainly contract the disease, esp. If they have any cuts, sores, or lesions in and or around their mouth. It is a very dangerous delusion to be laboring under. Note that there is absolutely no scientific or medical proof that these people derive any benefit at all from the ingestion of blood, and even worse are the so-called “psychic” vampires, because their delusion is one that they cannot substantiate with any concrete evidence at all.

9. There is no “vampire” gene. People are not “born” as vampires. When a woman goes to the hospital for prenatal care there are many tests done on mother and child, even while still in the womb, to check for many things, including genetic anomalies that result in deformities and birth defects. If such a gene existed, in today’s world with today’s technology it would have been found – we have already completely sequenced the human genome. It would also have to follow Mendel’s law of dominant/recessive gene theory. Again, the odds on that many “vampires” all escaping the notice of the medical/scientific community are so low as to be almost nonexistent. The idea that there is a global “vampire community” engaging in controlled breeding to keep the “bloodline pure” is delusional in the extreme.

10. There is no “vampire virus” – as I have already pointed out, HIV is a virus, and look at how fast it has spread – virtually everyone knows someone with the affliction. According to the “vampire websites” there are “thousands” of vampires running around. If that was so then at least one of them has ended up in a hospital for bloodwork when they became pregnant, had a bloodborne infection, was injured in a car wreck, etc, etc, ad nauseum. The anomaly would have been detected and medical science would have isolated it, studied it, applied for research grants on it, published papers on it, and turned it into the talk of the medical and scientific community, as well as making its “discoverers” celebrities and rich beyond their dreams. A virus cannot alter your DNA in such a radical fashion without killing you.

Betty asks…

How can i get bitten by a vampire?

I am quite crazy on this.
But i want to be bitten :]
for many purposes.

answers:

Here is truth – read and understand.
1. Vampires, defined as a humanoid being that MUST consume blood or energy to survive do not exist. Cut and paste time, as it is too much work to type this out over and over and I “recycle” my own answers instead of retyping them so here goes. A brief discussion of the human digestive system and then the probable vampire population given an exponential growth rate should explain why vampires are not possible.

2. The human body is not designed to process large amounts of blood for nutrition. There is not enough protein, carbohydrates, and fats present in blood to maintain a complex creature such as Homo Sapiens or any theorized offshoot mutations. When a human ingests food it is first broken up into a bolus by chewing, then churned up in the stomach with digestive juices to form a mass called chyme. It then passes through the pylorus into the duodenum, part of the small intestine where it mixes with bile salts and secretions from the pancreas and liver which continue breaking it down on a molecular basis, mostly affecting fats at this point. The broken down nutrients pass through the wall of the intestines and into the bloodstream where they are carried to each cell or stored for later use. Indigestible bulk continues through the intestines, turning a dark brown from the bile. Water is absorbed from this mass in the large intestine depending on the needs of the body – a well-hydrated person will usually have a softer stool than a dehydrated person will. Water also enters the bloodstream, and this is what helps to maintain blood pressure. The pressure tends to balance itself in a healthy person because the bloodstream goes through a formation in the kidney called the Loop of Henle, where the narrowing blood vessel forces excess water and cellular waste such as urea out through the cellular wall into the kidneys, where it is excreted through the ureters into the bladder, and then out of the body via the urethral passageway.

3. IMPORTANT – A person physically unable to process his own food for nutrition therefore also could not process blood – it’s the same process. Ingested blood does not transmit directly to the veins anyway – it would be chemically broken down by the digestive system.

4. Theoretical ingestion of blood to supply these nutrients would therefore have to occur at least once a day, and would require the ingestion of the entire blood supply which could not happen as the stomach is far too small to hold that much liquid volume. Hold up your clenched fist – under normal conditions your stomach is about that size. Furthermore, such a mass would be difficult to pass thru the intestines as it has no fibrous bulk, would create an intestinal impaction, causing massive vomiting from the large concentration of iron present, and any “real” vampire would have to eventually expel the waste, which would come out as a black, tarry, smelly goo, just as stool does when blood is present from a upper GI bleed.
5. These humans that affect the whole “vampiric lifestyle” are NOT vampires. They are simply humans playing their own little game, in their own little fantasy world, usually pandering to their own little sexual fetish, which may or may not actually be sexual. I too, play my own little game, in the SCA, but mine is a game where the deeds that I do are determined by the strength of my arm and sword – I am a warrior, with just as much skill and ability as any warrior of ancient times. The difference is that I am claiming to be something physically possible: a warrior, and I prove it everytime I strap on my armor and walk onto a SCA battlefield. The so-called “vampires” are claiming to be something physically impossible: a walking corpse, and all they prove is that black Victorian clothing, a pair of false fangs, and a little makeup make for a good Halloween costume – it does not make you a vampire.

6. Even if a vampire feeds once a week, and his victim also becomes a vampire, that is exponential growth, with four iterations a month. First iteration: One makes one, total two. Second iteration: Two make two, total four. Third iteration: Four make four, total eight. Fourth iteration: Eight make eight, total sixteen. 16 vampires at the end of one month, 256 at the end of the second month, 4096 by the end of the third month, 65,536 by the end of the fourth month, 1,048,476 at the end of the fifth, and 33,572,832 vampires at the end of half a year! By way of comparison, there are currently approximately 33 million people who have HIV/AIDS and the disease is a world-wide epidemic. I see people every day in the hospital with AIDS, but never has there been one documented case of a vampire attack. Do the math – vampires are a mathematical impossibility. As for the idea that vampires existed “a long time ago” consider the estimated global population 5,000 years ago – using the above mathematical rationale, a single vampire converted every human on the globe in less than two years. This falls therefore, under the logic of Occam’s Razor – which states that when you have removed every impossible answer, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. Since there is no “vampiric plague” swarming the earth, the logical deduction is that they don’t exist.

7. Point of clarification about “vampire” bats: vampire is simply the name we have given them because they do drink blood, same as a flea, mosquito, leech, or spider. Are these creatures vampires? No. They are living creatures, not legendary monsters. They can subsist on blood because of their smaller size and proportionately larger stomach volume. Drinking blood does not make you a vampire anymore than eating raw meat makes you a werewolf, although it might make you a mosquito.

8.The humans who profess to be vampires are victims of an all-encompassing self induced delusion. They are as human as you or I, regardless of their claims, and if they ingest HIV tainted blood they can most certainly contract the disease, esp. If they have any cuts, sores, or lesions in and or around their mouth. It is a very dangerous delusion to be laboring under. Note that there is absolutely no scientific or medical proof that these people derive any benefit at all from the ingestion of blood, and even worse are the so-called “psychic” vampires, because their delusion is one that they cannot substantiate with any concrete evidence at all.

9. There is no “vampire” gene. People are not “born” as vampires. When a woman goes to the hospital for prenatal care there are many tests done on mother and child, even while still in the womb, to check for many things, including genetic anomalies that result in deformities and birth defects. If such a gene existed, in today’s world with today’s technology it would have been found – we have already completely sequenced the human genome. It would also have to follow Mendel’s law of dominant/recessive gene theory. Again, the odds on that many “vampires” all escaping the notice of the medical/scientific community are so low as to be almost nonexistent. The idea that there is a global “vampire community” engaging in controlled breeding to keep the “bloodline pure” is delusional in the extreme.

10. There is no “vampire virus” – as I have already pointed out, HIV is a virus, and look at how fast it has spread – virtually everyone knows someone with the affliction. According to the “vampire websites” there are “thousands” of vampires running around. If that was so then at least one of them has ended up in a hospital for bloodwork when they became pregnant, had a bloodborne infection, was injured in a car wreck, etc, etc, ad nauseum. The anomaly would have been detected and medical science would have isolated it, studied it, applied for research grants on it, published papers on it, and turned it into the talk of the medical and scientific community, as well as making its “discoverers” celebrities and rich beyond their dreams. A virus cannot alter your DNA in such a radical fashion without killing you.

Sandy asks…

How do you know if you are a vampire?

Okay yes i know that some (most) of you out there are skeptical about this particular question, but i am very curious about it. So please give me an honest answer. I would appreciate it. Thanks.

answers:

Here is truth – read and understand.
1. Vampires, defined as a humanoid being that MUST consume blood or energy to survive do not exist. Cut and paste time, as it is too much work to type this out over and over and I “recycle” my own answers instead of retyping them so here goes. A brief discussion of the human digestive system and then the probable vampire population given an exponential growth rate should explain why vampires are not possible.

2. The human body is not designed to process large amounts of blood for nutrition. There is not enough protein, carbohydrates, and fats present in blood to maintain a complex creature such as Homo Sapiens or any theorized offshoot mutations. When a human ingests food it is first broken up into a bolus by chewing, then churned up in the stomach with digestive juices to form a mass called chyme. It then passes through the pylorus into the duodenum, part of the small intestine where it mixes with bile salts and secretions from the pancreas and liver which continue breaking it down on a molecular basis, mostly affecting fats at this point. The broken down nutrients pass through the wall of the intestines and into the bloodstream where they are carried to each cell or stored for later use. Indigestible bulk continues through the intestines, turning a dark brown from the bile. Water is absorbed from this mass in the large intestine depending on the needs of the body – a well-hydrated person will usually have a softer stool than a dehydrated person will. Water also enters the bloodstream, and this is what helps to maintain blood pressure. The pressure tends to balance itself in a healthy person because the bloodstream goes through a formation in the kidney called the Loop of Henle, where the narrowing blood vessel forces excess water and cellular waste such as urea out through the cellular wall into the kidneys, where it is excreted through the ureters into the bladder, and then out of the body via the urethral passageway.

3. IMPORTANT – A person physically unable to process his own food for nutrition therefore also could not process blood – it’s the same process. Ingested blood does not transmit directly to the veins anyway – it would be chemically broken down by the digestive system.

4. Theoretical ingestion of blood to supply these nutrients would therefore have to occur at least once a day, and would require the ingestion of the entire blood supply which could not happen as the stomach is far too small to hold that much liquid volume. Hold up your clenched fist – under normal conditions your stomach is about that size. Furthermore, such a mass would be difficult to pass thru the intestines as it has no fibrous bulk, would create an intestinal impaction, causing massive vomiting from the large concentration of iron present, and any “real” vampire would have to eventually expel the waste, which would come out as a black, tarry, smelly goo, just as stool does when blood is present from a upper GI bleed.
5. These humans that affect the whole “vampiric lifestyle” are NOT vampires. They are simply humans playing their own little game, in their own little fantasy world, usually pandering to their own little sexual fetish, which may or may not actually be sexual. I too, play my own little game, in the SCA, but mine is a game where the deeds that I do are determined by the strength of my arm and sword – I am a warrior, with just as much skill and ability as any warrior of ancient times. The difference is that I am claiming to be something physically possible: a warrior, and I prove it everytime I strap on my armor and walk onto a SCA battlefield. The so-called “vampires” are claiming to be something physically impossible: a walking corpse, and all they prove is that black Victorian clothing, a pair of false fangs, and a little makeup make for a good Halloween costume – it does not make you a vampire.

6. Even if a vampire feeds once a week, and his victim also becomes a vampire, that is exponential growth, with four iterations a month. First iteration: One makes one, total two. Second iteration: Two make two, total four. Third iteration: Four make four, total eight. Fourth iteration: Eight make eight, total sixteen. 16 vampires at the end of one month, 256 at the end of the second month, 4096 by the end of the third month, 65,536 by the end of the fourth month, 1,048,476 at the end of the fifth, and 33,572,832 vampires at the end of half a year! By way of comparison, there are currently approximately 33 million people who have HIV/AIDS and the disease is a world-wide epidemic. I see people every day in the hospital with AIDS, but never has there been one documented case of a vampire attack. Do the math – vampires are a mathematical impossibility.

As for the idea that vampires existed “a long time ago” consider the estimated global population 5,000 years ago – using the above mathematical rationale, a single vampire could have converted every human on the globe in less than six months. This falls therefore, under the logic of Occam’s Razor – which states that when you have removed every impossible answer, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. Since there is no “vampiric plague” swarming the earth, the logical deduction is that they don’t exist.

7. Point of clarification about “vampire” bats: vampire is simply the name we have given them because they do drink blood, same as a flea, mosquito, leech, or spider. Are these creatures vampires? No. They are living creatures, not legendary monsters. They can subsist on blood because of their smaller size and proportionately larger stomach volume. Drinking blood does not make you a vampire anymore than eating raw meat makes you a werewolf, although it might make you a mosquito.

8.The humans who profess to be vampires are victims of an all-encompassing self induced delusion. They are as human as you or I, regardless of their claims, and if they ingest HIV tainted blood they can most certainly contract the disease, esp. If they have any cuts, sores, or lesions in and or around their mouth. It is a very dangerous delusion to be laboring under. Note that there is absolutely no scientific or medical proof that these people derive any benefit at all from the ingestion of blood, and even worse are the so-called “psychic” vampires, because their delusion is one that they cannot substantiate with any concrete evidence at all.

9. There is no “vampire” gene. People are not “born” as vampires. When a woman goes to the hospital for prenatal care there are many tests done on mother and child, even while still in the womb, to check for many things, including genetic anomalies that result in deformities and birth defects. If such a gene existed, in today’s world with today’s technology it would have been found – we have already completely sequenced the human genome. It would also have to follow Mendel’s law of dominant/recessive gene theory. Again, the odds on that many “vampires” all escaping the notice of the medical/scientific community are so low as to be almost nonexistent. The idea that there is a global “vampire community” engaging in controlled breeding to keep the “bloodline pure” is delusional in the extreme.

10. There is no “vampire virus” – as I have already pointed out, HIV is a virus, and look at how fast it has spread – virtually everyone knows someone with the affliction. According to the “vampire websites” there are “thousands” of vampires running around. If that was so then at least one of them has ended up in a hospital for bloodwork when they became pregnant, had a bloodborne infection, was injured in a car wreck, etc, etc, ad nauseum. The anomaly would have been detected and medical science would have isolated it, studied it, applied for research grants on it, published papers on it, and turned it into the talk of the medical and scientific community, as well as making its “discoverers” celebrities and rich beyond their dreams. A virus cannot alter your DNA in such a radical fashion without killing you.

Sandra asks…

Are vampires and other mythlogical creatures real?

I think there is a little connection in fantasy and reality. I believe that creatures in books and other myths might be real. This is an opinion type of question. What do you think?

answers:

Here is truth – read and understand.
1. Vampires, defined as a humanoid being that MUST consume blood or energy to survive do not exist. Cut and paste time, as it is too much work to type this out over and over and I “recycle” my own answers instead of retyping them so here goes. A brief discussion of the human digestive system and then the probable vampire population given an exponential growth rate should explain why vampires are not possible.

2. The human body is not designed to process large amounts of blood for nutrition. There is not enough protein, carbohydrates, and fats present in blood to maintain a complex creature such as Homo Sapiens or any theorized offshoot mutations. When a human ingests food it is first broken up into a bolus by chewing, then churned up in the stomach with digestive juices to form a mass called chyme. It then passes through the pylorus into the duodenum, part of the small intestine where it mixes with bile salts and secretions from the pancreas and liver which continue breaking it down on a molecular basis, mostly affecting fats at this point. The broken down nutrients pass through the wall of the intestines and into the bloodstream where they are carried to each cell or stored for later use. Indigestible bulk continues through the intestines, turning a dark brown from the bile. Water is absorbed from this mass in the large intestine depending on the needs of the body – a well-hydrated person will usually have a softer stool than a dehydrated person will. Water also enters the bloodstream, and this is what helps to maintain blood pressure. The pressure tends to balance itself in a healthy person because the bloodstream goes through a formation in the kidney called the Loop of Henle, where the narrowing blood vessel forces excess water and cellular waste such as urea out through the cellular wall into the kidneys, where it is excreted through the ureters into the bladder, and then out of the body via the urethral passageway.

3. IMPORTANT – A person physically unable to process his own food for nutrition therefore also could not process blood – it’s the same process. Ingested blood does not transmit directly to the veins anyway – it would be chemically broken down by the digestive system.

4. Theoretical ingestion of blood to supply these nutrients would therefore have to occur at least once a day, and would require the ingestion of the entire blood supply which could not happen as the stomach is far too small to hold that much liquid volume. Hold up your clenched fist – under normal conditions your stomach is about that size. Furthermore, such a mass would be difficult to pass thru the intestines as it has no fibrous bulk, would create an intestinal impaction, causing massive vomiting from the large concentration of iron present, and any “real” vampire would have to eventually expel the waste, which would come out as a black, tarry, smelly goo, just as stool does when blood is present from a upper GI bleed.
5. These humans that affect the whole “vampiric lifestyle” are NOT vampires. They are simply humans playing their own little game, in their own little fantasy world, usually pandering to their own little sexual fetish, which may or may not actually be sexual. I too, play my own little game, in the SCA, but mine is a game where the deeds that I do are determined by the strength of my arm and sword – I am a warrior, with just as much skill and ability as any warrior of ancient times. The difference is that I am claiming to be something physically possible: a warrior, and I prove it everytime I strap on my armor and walk onto a SCA battlefield. The so-called “vampires” are claiming to be something physically impossible: a walking corpse, and all they prove is that black Victorian clothing, a pair of false fangs, and a little makeup make for a good Halloween costume – it does not make you a vampire.

6. Even if a vampire feeds once a week, and his victim also becomes a vampire, that is exponential growth, with four iterations a month. First iteration: One makes one, total two. Second iteration: Two make two, total four. Third iteration: Four make four, total eight. Fourth iteration: Eight make eight, total sixteen. 16 vampires at the end of one month, 256 at the end of the second month, 4096 by the end of the third month, 65,536 by the end of the fourth month, 1,048,476 at the end of the fifth, and 33,572,832 vampires at the end of half a year! By way of comparison, there are currently approximately 33 million people who have HIV/AIDS and the disease is a world-wide epidemic. I see people every day in the hospital with AIDS, but never has there been one documented case of a vampire attack. Do the math – vampires are a mathematical impossibility.

As for the idea that vampires existed “a long time ago” consider the estimated global population 5,000 years ago – using the above mathematical rationale, a single vampire could have converted every human on the globe in less than six months. This falls therefore, under the logic of Occam’s Razor – which states that when you have removed every impossible answer, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. Since there is no “vampiric plague” swarming the earth, the logical deduction is that they don’t exist.

7. Point of clarification about “vampire” bats: vampire is simply the name we have given them because they do drink blood, same as a flea, mosquito, leech, or spider. Are these creatures vampires? No. They are living creatures, not legendary monsters. They can subsist on blood because of their smaller size and proportionately larger stomach volume. Drinking blood does not make you a vampire anymore than eating raw meat makes you a werewolf, although it might make you a mosquito.

8.The humans who profess to be vampires are victims of an all-encompassing self induced delusion. They are as human as you or I, regardless of their claims, and if they ingest HIV tainted blood they can most certainly contract the disease, esp. If they have any cuts, sores, or lesions in and or around their mouth. It is a very dangerous delusion to be laboring under. Note that there is absolutely no scientific or medical proof that these people derive any benefit at all from the ingestion of blood, and even worse are the so-called “psychic” vampires, because their delusion is one that they cannot substantiate with any concrete evidence at all.

9. There is no “vampire” gene. People are not “born” as vampires. When a woman goes to the hospital for prenatal care there are many tests done on mother and child, even while still in the womb, to check for many things, including genetic anomalies that result in deformities and birth defects. If such a gene existed, in today’s world with today’s technology it would have been found – we have already completely sequenced the human genome. It would also have to follow Mendel’s law of dominant/recessive gene theory. Again, the odds on that many “vampires” all escaping the notice of the medical/scientific community are so low as to be almost nonexistent. The idea that there is a global “vampire community” engaging in controlled breeding to keep the “bloodline pure” is delusional in the extreme.

10. There is no “vampire virus” – as I have already pointed out, HIV is a virus, and look at how fast it has spread – virtually everyone knows someone with the affliction. According to the “vampire websites” there are “thousands” of vampires running around. If that was so then at least one of them has ended up in a hospital for bloodwork when they became pregnant, had a bloodborne infection, was injured in a car wreck, etc, etc, ad nauseum. The anomaly would have been detected and medical science would have isolated it, studied it, applied for research grants on it, published papers on it, and turned it into the talk of the medical and scientific community, as well as making its “discoverers” celebrities and rich beyond their dreams. A virus cannot alter your DNA in such a radical fashion without killing you.

Nancy asks…

How can i turn into a real life vampire withought getting HIV/AIDS?

How can I turn into a vampire without the risks of getting HIV or AIDS?
I really want to be one. I have a weird fascination with them and i want to be one too. Help me?

answers:

1. Vampires, as defined by a being that MUST consume blood or energy to survive, do not exist. Cut and paste time, as it is too much work to type this out over and over so here goes. A brief discussion of the human digestive system and then the probable vampire population given an exponential growth rate should explain why vampires are not possible.

2. The human body is not designed to process large amounts of blood for nutrition. There is not enough protein, carbohydrates, and fats present in blood to maintain a complex creature such as Homo Sapiens or any theorized offshoot mutations. When a human ingests food it is first broken up by chewing, then churned up in the stomach with digestive juices to form a bolus called chyme. It then passes into the small intestine where it mixes with bile salts which continue breaking it down on a molecular basis, mostly affecting fats at this point. The broken down nutrients pass through the wall of the intestines and into the bloodstream where they are carried to each cell or stored for later use. Indigestible bulk continues through the intestines, turning a dark brown from the bile. Water is absorbed from this mass in the large intestine depending on the needs of the body – a well-hydrated person will usually have a softer stool than a dehydrated person will. Water also enters the bloodstream, and this is what helps to maintain blood pressure. The pressure tends to balance itself in a healthy person because the bloodstream goes through a formation in the kidney called the Loop of Henle, where the narrowing blood vessel forces excess water and cellular waste such as urea out through the cellular wall into the kidneys, where it is excreted through the ureters into the bladder, and then out of the body via the urethral passageway.

3. IMPORTANT – A person physically unable to process his own food for nutrition therefore also could not process blood – it’s the same process. Ingested blood does not transmit directly to the veins anyway – it would be chemically broken down by the digestive system.

4. Theoretical ingestion of blood to supply these nutrients would therefore have to occur at least once a day, and would require the ingestion of the entire blood supply which could not happen as the stomach is far too small to hold that much liquid volume. Furthermore, such a mass would be difficult to pass thru the intestines as it has no fibrous bulk, would create an intestinal impaction, causing massive vomiting from the large concentration of iron present, and any “real” vampire would have to eventually expel the waste, which would come out as a black, tarry, smelly goo.

5. These humans that affect the whole “vampiric lifestyle” are NOT vampires. They are simply humans playing their own little game, in their own little fantasy world, usually pandering to their own little sexual fetish, which may or may not actually be sexual. I too, play my own little game, in the SCA, but mine is a game where the deeds that I do are determined by the strength of my arm and sword – I am a warrior, with just as much skill and ability as any warrior of ancient times. The difference is that I am claiming to be something physically possible: a warrior, and I prove it everytime I strap on my armor and walk onto a SCA battlefield. The so-called “vampires” are claiming to be something physically impossible: a walking corpse, and all they prove is that black Victorian clothing, a pair of false fangs, and a little makeup make for a good Halloween costume – it does not make you a vampire.

6. Even if a vampire feeds once a week, and his victim also becomes a vampire, that is exponential growth, with four iterations a month. First iteration: One makes one, total two. Second iteration: Two make two, total four. Third iteration: Four make four, total eight. Fourth iteration: Eight make eight, total sixteen. 16 vampires at the end of one month, 256 at the end of the second month, 4096 by the end of the third month, 65,536 by the end of the fourth month, 1,048,476 at the end of the fifth, and 33,572,832 vampires at the end of half a year! By way of comparison, there are currently approximately 33 million people who have HIV/AIDS in the U.S. Alone, and the disease is a world-wide epidemic. I see people every day in the hospital with AIDS, but never has there been one documented case of a vampire attack. Do the math – vampires are a mathematical impossibility. As for the idea that vampires existed “a long time ago” consider the estimated global population 5,000 years ago – using the above mathematical rationale, a single vampire could have taken over and converted every human on the globe in less than ten years. This falls therefore, under the logic of Occam’s Razor – which states that when you have removed every impossible answer, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. Since there is no “vampiric plague” swarming the earth, the logical deduction is that they don’t exist.

7. Point of clarification about “vampire” bats: vampire is simply the name we have given them because they do drink blood, same as a flea, mosquito, or spider. Are these creatures vampires? No. They are living creatures, not legendary monsters. Drinking blood does not make you a vampire anymore than eating raw meat makes you a werewolf, although it might make you a mosquito.

8.The humans who profess to be vampires are victims of an all-encompassing self induced delusion. They are as human as you or I, regardless of their claims, and if they ingest HIV tainted blood they can most certainly contract the disease, esp. If they have any cuts, sores, or lesions in and or around their mouth. It is a very dangerous delusion to be laboring under. Note that there is absolutely no scientific or medical proof that these people derive any benefit at all from the ingestion of blood, and even worse are the so-called “psychic” vampires, because their delusion is one that they cannot substantiate with any concrete evidence at all.

9. There is no “vampire” gene. When a woman goes to the hospital for prenatal care there are many tests done on mother and child, even while still in the womb, to check for many things, including genetic anomalies that result in deformities and birth defects. If such a gene existed, in today’s world with today’s technology it would have been found – we have already completely mapped the human chromosome strand. It would also have to follow Mendel’s law of dominant/recessive gene theory. Again, the odds on that many “vampires” all escaping the notice of the medical/scientific community are so low as to be almost nonexistent.

10. There is no “vampire virus” – as I have already pointed out, HIV is a virus, and look at how fast it has spread – virtually everyone knows someone with the affliction. According to the “vampire websites” there are “thousands” of vampires running around. If that was so then at least one of them has ended up in a hospital for bloodwork when they became pregnant, had a bloodborne infection, was injured in a car wreck, etc, etc, ad nauseum. The anomaly would have been detected and medical science would have isolated it, studied it, applied for research grants on it, published papers on it, and turned it into the talk of the medical and scientific community, as well as making its “discoverers” celebrities and rich beyond their dreams. A virus cannot alter your DNA in such a radical fashion without killing you.

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Your Questions About Halloween 2

Betty asks…

The Final Destination or Halloween 2?

I have a movie date w/ a friend on friday, which movie would be better to see? And which one would be scarier?

answers:

No comparison!!! Halloween 2 by far. Rob Zombies approach to horror is very similar to the golden days of the horror film genre that are long behind us. In the final destination trailer they claim to have been “reinventing the horror scene for the last 10 years” but come on now, that is ridiculous. They have done nothing more but make some mediocre films at best.

Steven asks…

Halloween 2 2009 ending?

I am kind of confused about the ending of this movie. Laurie coming out of the shack and taking off michael’s mask is very similar to michael coming out of his house as a child and taking off his clown mask. She smiles at the end and sees her mother so i was wondering is she just going to become a ruthless killer like micheal? or does it mean something else

answers:

I think the ending for Halloween 2 falls in the same line as halloween 4 ending with you thinking that she is going to become the next michael myers but sense rob zombie not doing the next halloween movie than there is still hope for Laurie character not falling to much in the darkness.The next one I hope will play out like five did but without the whole cult and everything.There just to much with the parts in that movie that ,make me think that michael and Laurie have telepathic link to one another.If you have watch halloween four and five you know what I’m getting at

Daniel asks…

help ; halloween 2 movie?

i just got done watching halloween 2 with my mom and we’re so confused. we wanted to know how many halloween movies there are in the series.
also can you PLEASE explain what happened in the movie? we really want to know.

p.s. – if you want to add any of your additional info that’s fine . thanks .

answers:

Did you watch Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2?
If so, that explains why you’re confused.

There is of course Rob Zombie’s 2 remakes & then there is John Carpenter’s Halloween.
Also there is:
Halloween II

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082495/

Halloween III—Which didn’t have Michael in it at all.

Http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0085636/

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0095271/

Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097474/

Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers

http://www.halloweenmovies.com/filmarchive/h6plot.htm

Halloween H20: 20 years later

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120694/

Halloween Resurrection
http://www.halloweenmovies.com/filmarchive/h8plot.htm

Ken asks…

Halloween 2. The original version?

In the original, as a kid, I saw a version where at the end whewn Laurie is in the ambulance, the door is opened and Michael is in the front of the ambulance. What version was this? any help is appreciated.

answers:

There is no Halloween 2 version like that. The only two different endings of the film are
1.) Loomis blows himself and Michael up and the next scene is off Laurie being loaded into an ambulance, looking miserable and that song “Mr. Sandman bring me a treat” plays as the credits rolled.

2.) Everything is the same except when Laurie is loaded into the ambulance and there is a body underneath a blanket next to year. The body sits up, with the covers still over him, and Laurie screams thinking its Michael. The covers come down and its Jimmy the paramedic asking what happened. Laurie cries and says “we made it”

Linda asks…

do you have to see halloween 1 to see halloween 2?

i cant find halloween 1 and i only have the second one and i dont wanna miss any impotant plot or etc

answers:

You could watch Halloween 2 without watching Halloween 1 but you would understand the characters more if you watch the first one. Most of the storyline goes indepth and explained in the 2 one. Here is a link to actually watch it on youtube. You go from there by watching the parts.

PS: It’s split into parts. 1, 2, 3,……

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Your Questions About Halloween Costumes For Girls

Laura asks…

What is a good controversial Halloween costume for us to wear?

At work, my department along with other departments are trying to have a halloween costume department challenge. Every department is going cutie, scary or funny. My department wants to go Controversial~! We have One guy in our department and four girls…this is a business and we cannot go slutty (though some departments are going that way) or do anything that is too revealing or provacative. Any suggestions?

answers:

Linsey, Paris, Nicole, Britney…and a Judge

Sandra asks…

Homemade halloween costume ideas for 13 year old girl?

I need a cute but appropriate halloween costume to wear to school (:
I dont like the store bought ones, so any suggestions on something i could make/put together?

No wigs please.
My hair is dark brown so I cant be Goldilocks and the three bears or something like that.

answers:

You could do the 60′s flower power
You could be a prom queen with a sash and a dress
You could be a fan of something like your football team and be dressed up with all the colors.

That’s what I would do!

Ruth asks…

What is a good halloween costume for a tall curvy girl?

Im looking for a halloween costume that will look good on me.
Something short but not too short. I am 5’8, so like all of the costumes i try on go up to half my butt. I have a bigger bottom then top. I am a C cup bra, but still i have big thighs and a big butt, and a thin waist… So what type of costume would be good on me??

answers:

Try a jersey dress that has an empire cut. Maybe a Greek or a Roman. You can even accessorize it in different ways… You could be a Cleopatra (lots of eyeliner and fake gold jewelry), a butterfly(just get wings), or an ice queen (white jersey dress, and those jewel stickers for putting some around your eyes… Lots of glitter!!)…

Donald asks…

What can I wear for a last minute halloween costume?

I am 14 and I need a last minute Halloween costume, anybody wanna help? I’m girl so it can be Lady gaga or something but nothing too inappropriate!

answers:

There are plenty of things you can be that aren’t inappropriate, for example:
- a bee
- a a lady bug
- minnie mouse
- witch
- 80′s fashion
- nerd
- fairy (you can be any type of fairy, just put on a dress and find some wings)
- bunny
- cat

Donna asks…

What are some cute halloween costume ideas?

I am a 13 year old girl, who is look for a cute, funny, but not slutty halloween costumes.
Its my birthday on halloween so i need some thing creative and cute.
I have strawberry blonde hair and i am 5’5″

answers:

How about the Morton Salt Girl:

http://www.google.com/images?rlz=1C1SKPC_enUS376US376&q=morton+salt+girl&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=univ&ei=PramTJ-yD4LSsAPb47j9Dg&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0CDMQsAQ

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Your Questions About Halloween Fun Facts

Linda asks…

Does anyone know how Halloween originated?

answers:

Halloween (Hallowe’en, Hallowtide, Hallowmas, Allhallow-even) is short for “All Hallows Even” which means “All Saints Eve”. It is the eve before All Saints Day, a Catholic day to honor all the saints who do not already have a feast day of their own. All Saints Day was originally celebrated on May 13 when Pope Boniface IV rededicated the Pantheon in Rome to ‘St. Mary and All Martyrs’ in 609 A.D. It was moved to November 1 in the 8th century when Pope Gregory III dedicated St. Peter’s Basilica to all the saints . In 998 A.D. All Souls Day was added as a day to pray for the souls in purgatory and attend a requiem mass.

Folk customs surrounding All Souls are the origin of the belief that the dead come back on Halloween. People would visit cemeteries, decorate relatives’ graves, and leave food offerings for the dead. In some areas they would set a place at the table or arrange chairs around the fireplace for the returning souls of the dead. In Ireland people would also sometimes leave food for the fairies (divine or semi-divine beings who could be dangerous, and not the little creatures with wings that we think of today).

Samhain had an influence on Halloween in Ireland, and that is the version that turned into what we know as Halloween today. (Traditional All Saints/All Souls celebrations have also continued in parts of Europe).

Samhain is mentioned in numerous medeival Irish sagas as a day of great importance. It was a day of feasting, games, drinking, great battles, heroic feats and interaction between mortals and the realm of the fairies (gods and goddesses). In Ireland the customs that are associated with Halloween are the same as the ones mentioned in the sagas as being part of Samhain: divination, partying, the belief that the fairies mingle with humans on this night. Today ‘Samhain’ is the Irish word for the month of November. Oiche Shamnha is Irish for Halloween; it means the “eve of Saman (Samhain)”. The other three quarter days have also long been celebrated, and two of them rededicated as Christian feast days, like Samhain. In fact, Bealtaine and Lúnasa are the Irish names for May and August.

Although the Irish version of Halloween is the one that was eventually adopted in the United States, when it was brought over in the nineteenth century, All Saints and All Souls celebrations in the Americas can be traced back to the arrival of the Spanish and French missionaries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The Native Americans adopted these traditions and combined them with their native celebrations. These feast days are still celebrated today as Mexico’s Day of the Dead, the Zuni ahoppa awan tewa, the Odawa Ghost Feast, and other native celebrations.

In the nineteenth century, vast numbers of Irish, and to a lesser extent Scottish, immigrants settled in the United States and brought their Halloween customs with them. Unlike the more solemn, purely Catholic observance of All Saints/All Souls Day typical in continental Europe, the Irish version was more of a fun harvest festival in nature. Victorian-era Americans quickly adopted this holiday as an excuse to throw parties, send greeting cards, and perform lighthearted divination spells to determine the identity of one’s future spouse.

Halloween is now considered an American holiday. In some places it is celebrated in conjunction with the more soloemn All Saints/All Souls Day celebrations, in some places it is separate, and in others it has evolved into a completely distinct holiday, such as Mexico’s Day of the Dead.

John asks…

christians: Do you celebrate halloween?

we dont

we still give treats out sometimes

answers:

The Encyclopedia Americana says: “Elements of the customs connected with Halloween can be traced to a Druid ceremony in pre-Christian times. The Celts had festivals for two major gods—a sun god and a god of the dead (called Samhain), whose festival was held on November 1, the beginning of the Celtic New Year. The festival of the dead was gradually incorporated into Christian ritual.”—(1977), Vol. 13, p. 725.

Halloween: Though celebrated as a Christian holiday, Halloween finds its origins in pre-Christian festivals that propagate false ideas about life after death. Interestingly, we read: “After the Reformation, Protestants rejected this feast along with other important ones such as Christmas and Easter. Nevertheless, Halloween folk customs of pagan origin flourished.”—Encyclopædia Britannica (1959), Volume 11, page 107.

Most people might view such celebrations as nothing more than harmless fun—an excuse for children and adults to dress up and lose their inhibitions. Such a nonchalant viewpoint, however, ignores the fact that these celebrations are undeniably pagan in origin.

Thus, today when children dressed as ghosts or witches go from house to house demanding a Halloween treat or threatening a mischievous trick, they unwittingly perpetuate the ancient rituals of Samhain. Jean Markale comments in his book Halloween, histoire et traditions (Halloween—History and Traditions): “In receiving something in their hands, they establish, on a symbolic level that they do not understand, a brotherly exchange between the visible and the invisible worlds. That is why the Halloween masquerades . . . Are in fact sacred ceremonies.”

Of even greater concern to Christians, however, is the fact that Halloween and celebrations like it are steeped in paganism. The apostle Paul wrote: “I do not want you to be participants with demons. You cannot drink the cup of the Lord and the cup of demons.” (1 Corinthians 10:20-22, New International Version – He also asked: “What common interest can there be between goodness and evil? How can light and darkness share life together? How can there be harmony between Christ and the devil? What can a believer have in common with an unbeliever?” (2 Corinthians 6:14-16, Phillips.) The Bible thus condemns the whole idea of putting a Christian mask on a pagan practice.

Ruth asks…

What are some really weird but fun Halloween Costume ideas for a BIG Group of teenage friends?

answers:

The Ghostbusters – http://www.80stees.com/Halloween-Costumes/Ghostbusters_Costumes.asp

But if you want something more weird and fun – TELETUBBIES! Lol. Http://www.80stees.com/Halloween-Costumes/Teletubbies-costumes.asp

In fact, here….just take a look at the whole site. :)

http://www.80stees.com/Halloween-Costumes/Halloween-Costumes-for-Groups.asp

They have some pretty cool stuff on there. From The Brady Bunch and more. I am sure you guys are bound to find something fun and will get you attention. Hope you have fun!

Sandy asks…

Anyone here Anti-Halloween? Why are you?

answers:

I am not anti-Halloween, so I hope you don’t mind my answering the question, but I just wanted to make a couple of comments on the whole “anti-Halloween” movement.

A few writers over the centuries have complained about Halloween for various reasons:

- Protestants arguing that anything Catholic was idolatry and unchristian, including All Saints Eve (All Hallows Eve). The Protestant Reformation began on All Saints Day in 1517
- An Episcopal bishop complaining that Ireland and Scotland “desecrated” All Saints Eve with all of the folk traditions and pre-Christian influences that turned All Hallows, in those two countries, into the spooky and secular Hallowe’en.
- Puritans who thought several holidays were too pagan AND too Catholic
- A British military engineer, who considered himself an authority on Irish history, and wrote a bunch of absolute nonsense about Samhain.

However, it is obvious from the popularity of Halloween that these writings, all of which were based 100% on religious bias and didn’t contain any historically supportable facts, were mostly ignored (at least where Halloween was concerned). Although I don’t know precisely when the first anti-Halloween tract was printed, it wasn’t until the 1970′s that the campaign against Halloween really began to gain ground, initiated by extremist churches that harbor very strong anti-pagan and anit-Catholic sentiments (and Halloween, despite its religious foundations, has been secular for centuries). Before these extremist lies began to spread, it was commonplace for churches to hold Halloween parties. Personally, I don’t believe that these ridiculous anti-Halloween tracts would have received any more attention than the books of the past centuries that attacked Halloween (and Samhain) if it hadn’t been for a single factor: Hollywood.

From the late 1960′s through the 1980′s Hollywood turned out movie after movie about witchcraft, Satanism, and even Halloween, and every single one perpetuated myths and misconceptions. It is too bad that people were foolish enough to use fictional Hollywood movies as a source of information, but that is a problem that continues to this day (sadly, because a few of these movies were actually pretty good stories). Movies from the late 70′s on also added the imagery of slashers, serial killers, and insane asylums to the list of Halloween themes. The Tylenol poisonings, the Satanic ritual abuse hysteria, multiple urban legends, and the sexual molestation panic all contributed to the fear that Halloween is dangerous.

In reality, Halloween is no more dangerous than any other day and it isn’t a Satanic holiday. I hope that common sense will eventually win out and Halloween can return to being a fun family and neighborhood event.

Ken asks…

Why do Christians celebrate birthdays and Halloween?

I am christian!!!! but i was wonder why do we celebrate Halloween? or even our birthdays? the origin of birthdays was to ward off evil spirits! and the origin of Halloween is well, witch craft! So why do we even celebrate these holidays? I am told at church over and over and over again the as Christians we should go against the flow! but aren’t we going with it if we fall into holidays of other religions?
thank choo the ‘I try’ dude! That makes sense!
Oh and the set on full “auto” person! oh yeah that also makes alot of sense, but ima not catholic! I dont really get it at all actually! i mean who is the pope guy anyway?

answers:

Halloween is not a pagan holiday. It is a secular holiday made up of various past time events taken from many different cultures.

I am fine with it, but I am *TIRED* of all the myths floating about, surrounding the origins of Halloween. People seem to forget that the secular holiday “Halloween” is a “North American thing” and isn’t really celebrated anywhere else.

I’m going to share some quick Halloween facts. Some that may shock you. However, all can be supported with evidence and may challenge some of your preconceived notions. I’ll go over other details of Halloween events later.

- Halloween is not a Christian appropriated holiday. It’s true. Often it is called this, but it isn’t. In fact, with the exception of Saints Days such as St. Wolfgang, St. Arnulf, St. Bega, St. Urban and St. Quentin (which frankly aren’t widely recognised) the day would go past with out recognition at all. Unless maybe you celebrated Reformation Day, as it is also the anniversary of Martin Luther’s little additional to a Cathedral door. Otherwise, the day is marked as a purely “secular holiday.”

- All Saints Day is on November 1… and has little, if anything to do with the dead. Let alone them coming back. While, as most saints are “dead,” some are people who (at least if you are a Christian type who would believe in it) have never died. Such as Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Elijah, Enoch, Mary… to name a few.

- All Saints Day was not placed to shoved out another holidays, for 4 reasons.
1) Samhain, the day Halloween / All Saints is accused of muscling out, was celebrated in fall when the Irish were still pagan. When they went Catholic, All Saints was celebrated in Spring, shortly after Pentecost. Some rites still celebrate in this manner. If anyone wanted to celebrate both All Saints, and Samhain… time allowed for it.

2) Samhain in ancient times, according archaelogists, was celebrated according to lunation. That’s a lunar calendar to you and me. So, keeping with the 12 month cycle, following the moon at a 29 or 30 day cycle, even if the first time this holiday was celebrated it was on October 31, the next year it would be on October 26. That’s also assuming they numbered their days and months the way the Romans did, which they didn’t. This innovation came later.

3) All Saints Day was celebrated on different days in each country until the 8th century when a “standardised” day was set by Pope Gregory III, himself a Syrian. He decided the German date was best. Celtic holidays were not celebrated in Germany, and the certainly weren’t in Syria either. And by this point, most elements of pagan Ireland were extinct.

4) Trick or Treating at Halloween, and gift giving at Christmas, may have the same origin. How ironic that they now are the two most popular holidays. These practices were borrowed from a Western (mainland) European holiday called “Martinmas,” after its patron, St.Martin. He is a St.Nicolas-like figure for the holiday, and this holiday is still practiced to day.

It is abundantly clear that elements of the holiday were borrowed from various different peoples, from different areas, with different beliefs. It is also clear that Halloween as we know it, and have known it for a long time, has been a playful activity, free from religious trappings. A chance to get out and have fun, rather than butt heads over where it came from.

As for birthday, some of use just want to celebrate when a person came to be with us. There is nothing evil about that.

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Your Questions About Halloween Food For Adults

Joseph asks…

Is there any good games for teenagers at a party?

I am having a halloween party and i really need some ideas of games for my party and i want a variety of games so if you have any ideas please let me know thanks :) we are high schoolers and its a halloween party fyi.

answers:

Saw these games here http://partygameideas.com/halloween-games/games-by-age.php, plus they have more with instructions

Capture the Pumpkins – Kids, Teens and Adults, open space and fields, active – running
Eat Your Brains – Tweens, Teens, Adults, gross, food eating, messy game
Gross Food Guess – Kids and Adults, food
Halloween Fear Factor Trick or Treat – Teens & Adults, gross, eating, messy
Halloween Film Festival – Teens & Adults, creative, preparation, make video
Monster Movie Trivia – Teens & Adults, adapt for age, challenge, trivia
The Morgue Assistant – Kids 9 and up, Teens, challenge, gross, messy
Murder Mysteries – Halloween themed for teens, all girls mysteries available
Operation Body Parts – Teens and Adults, messy, gross, teams, competitive

Mark asks…

I am hosting a youth Halloween party any ideas?

I am hosting a Halloween party at my house and what I need are good ideas at a low cost. These are teens that love to do all kinds of things but this is the first party i have hosted so i really need help.

answers:

We had a party once where we made loads of fairground stalls up and left them round the rooms. This way the youth got to do something if and when they chose. There were skittles, large bits of card with holes to throw things through, we left a large container of cornflour goo (cornflour and water – you can add food coloring too) on a table, there was a dartboard up, we even put a big pin the tail on the donkey (though you could easily make it teeth on dracula). Played the music loud, left a table of nibbles out and generally went wild with the decorations. I know it sounds cheesy but it’s all about presentation. Hook a duck could become hook a skull (or other plastic multi-buy). Older teens won’t want to be entertained as much as enjoy the decorations, younger teens will love the cheesy games that don’t need explaining or an adult watching over them. Plus it’s all low cost and all it takes is a bit of time – you may even find an artistic youth to help you paint and draw?

Donna asks…

How to throw small halloween party for adults?

So my husband and I got married on Halloween, this year we thought it would be fun to have a Halloween party for our anniversary but it would be very small…maybe 8 people or so. We plan on having food an drinks and I came up with a dice game but what else could be done to keep everyone from getting bored or hammered? Would love some suggestions.

answers:

Halloween party for adults*

http://www.celebrations.com/halloween-party-ideas/all

http://www.divinedinnerparty.com/adult-halloween-party-ideas.html

http://www.partycity.com/content/frightfully+fun+halloween+party+ideas+for+grown+ups.do

http://www.bhg.com/halloween/parties/halloween-party-ideas-for-adults/

Lisa asks…

What should I do for my Halloween Bonfire?

I’m having a Halloween bonfire at my house on halloween night, what kind of things should I get for it? We already have a fire pit. Also, what time would be reasonable to kick everyone out at? I want everyone to stay kind of late (like past 9pm) but not too late, because I’ve got band practice early in the morning.
We’re all 13-14

answers:

Oh, I’m doing this too, and my guest are 13-14, boys and girls!!! Ok, so We have a bonfire pit place in our backyard, and we’re going to have it on the 1st of November from 6:30/7:00 to maybe 10:30 or 11:00
But, we’re also going to watch a scary movie and do a bonfire.

I’m ‘sending’ out invites in a week. They will have the basic infor on them,
where, when, what, why, bring…,wear… We’ll be doing…

Here’s what my schedule for this will probably look like:

my friends will arrive at 6:30 or 7:00,
we’ll head to the back yard,
and start to make s’mores. (we will have a little table setup, with marshmallows, skewers, grahm crakers, chocolate, plates, napkins,water,soda, hot coco if its cold)
After about and hour or so of talking and eating,
we will go into my living room and watch a movie (I preferr scary, but we’ll probably end up watching an action/comedy)
Of course, the movie will be PG-13, since i dont want my little sister watching with us.
Then that will end,
and parents will pick up their kids at 11:00, or sleepover (girls).

I’m going to invite15 people, but I’m assuming only 10 will show up.

SUPPLIES LIST:::

1. A hose incase if something catches fire,
2. Food! (what I had mentioned earlier)
3. Chairs or picnic blankets, tell guests to bring their own if you dont have any.
4. Flashlights,
5. Tiki torches or lanterns to hang up (if your planning on haning out in the yard/area after the bonfire is out,
6. PARENTS, if it’s a co-ed party. You never know what some teens will do. Even if it’s all the same gender, some people might get a little creeped out, so having an adult nearby may comfort them.
7. MUSIC, have a stereo and cd’s, or an ihome, and have people bring their iPods.
8. Decorations, if you want it to be scary themed or whatever!!!!

HAVE gUESTS BRING:
a chair/blankets,
flashlight,
sit-upons, if you have logs around yyour camp fire,
iPod (opt.)
any instruments (if you want to sing campfire songs, tho I doubt they will want to)

WEAR: a swetshhirt,
jeans,
sneakers, boots(like uggs) and a hat,
make sure trhey are prepared for cold weather.

Thats all I could think of…have fun!!

Paul asks…

Food ideas for a Halloween buffet?

I’m having a Halloween party for my 6 month old baby, I know that might be silly but it is his first Halloween! And we will only be having some family there mostly adults! But we are putting on a buffet, and I need some ideas for food. Some new a quirky, quick food!

Thanks in advance.

No bad comments, or silly answers.

answers:

I’m just doing appetizers and snacks myself this year. BBQ Meatballs,deviled eggs,vegetable tray,cheese ball with crackers. Then chips with dip,pickles,olives etc. And for desserts super easy too with just cookies and popcorn balls.

But you could do something totally different and have a theme. Italian with spaghetti and meatballs,a taco bar or a potato bar. It’s all up to you – your budget and what you like to eat – and of course what you know your family likes to eat.

For me when I plan I like to think about what’s going to be good but also easier for me. Things that can easily be kept cold or hot for the duration of the party. So I’m not constantly running back into the kitchen. It’s so you can enjoy your party and not basically feel like the wait staff lol..

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Your Questions About Halloween Makeup

Ruth asks…

HALLOWEEN DEVIL MAKEUP!?

well i was going to be a evil tinkerbell for halloween.. but i cant anymore because my friend has asked me to go with her as a devil.

shes lending me all the stuff i need, but i have no idea on make-up! i want something dramatic though! but as im only like 12 i wont be able to buy all this expensive stuff but i have quite a big collection of make up on me!!

also i cant *borrow* makeup off my older sister cause shes out!

thanks
x

answers:

Cheap walmart makeup works just fine if you know how to apply it. Just remember: dont go too heavy or it will look comical. Shade a lot on the edge of the jaw to accentuate your face, it will give you sharper features.

John asks…

Halloween Makeup!!! :) Help?

Im planning on being a dark fairy for halloween. My outfit is black and purple. Any Ideas For Makeup? I picked up, covergirl black eyeshadow, and a purple quad. Along With Smokey Eyeiner, And False Lashes. :D
Any Help Is Great Thanks!

answers:

With Halloween just around the corner its time to start preparing. It sounds like you have already bought your supplies. Why not try them out to see how it looks. Upload your photo to www.dailymakeover.com and you can apply your makeup virtually and see how it looks.

I hope this helps! Rachel Hayes, Editor in Chief

Laura asks…

Tinkerbell halloween Makeup!?

Well Im being Tinkerbell for Halloween, I bought the dress and shoes. I have blonde hair and big blue eyes, but im not sure about what to do for makeup. Pictures would be appreciated, cause im not a makeup pro and will need something to go off.

answers:

CUTE COSTUME IDEA! Where did you get the dressss? I was gonna do that too!
Anyways, for the makeup you should use like
icy blue and grey eyeshadow, and put glitter on your brow bone (nto the actual eyebrow, but the bone right under it) use navy blue or dark green eyeliner or even black, and you can put on pink or red lipstick! Here’s an example of what i mean for the eye makeup:

http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/02_02/eyeshadowSolent_468x695.jpg

that kind of design, except instead of black use icy blue or light blue, and the grey part use grey, and the white part on top of her eye, put glitter (:

hope this helped!

William asks…

im being an asian for halloween. makeup?

i have a little jumper and im wearing a black tank top uner it. then i have these asian shoes but if its cold i might just wear my cons. how do i do asian makeup?

answers:

Yeah,. I agree with that one dude.

I’m asian and that’s kind of offending. I don’t think that’s such a great costume. You should have chose something else!

AND BY THE WAY, ASIANS USE THE SAME FREAKING MAKEUP AS STUPID AMERICANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Robert asks…

Halloween Costume Makeup?

Hi! I’m going as Hermione from Harry Potter for halloween and I was wondering what makeup I should wear? (Eyeshadow, blush, lipstick, colours, etc.) Thanks in advance.

answers:

Don’t wear to much. Just foundation, tan or beige eye shadow, a little blush if you want it. Hermione’s makeup (or Emma Watson’s while playing her) was very natural, so that’s how you want it to look.

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Your Questions About Halloween Masks Pictures

Mandy asks…

halloween costume for 14 yr old :)?

hey i want a halloween costume im kinda small so maybe sizes 13-14 or 11-12 ish.
for the halloween dance i want a short black dress like a cute holloweeny one and for halloween im gonna b dorothy i have the costume but tips would help i have a little halloween tiara 2 go with the dress by the ways please answer i will choose a best answer lol
i have blu eyes and dark blonde hare btw lol

answers:

Just take out a picture of your self and make it a mask and it would be a good halloween costume. Lol

jking. You should ask him if he wants to be ghosts or zombies.

Sandy asks…

Which one of these masks is the scariest?

Which one of these is the scariest, please rate from 1-10.?

1 being not scary and 10 being extremley scary

http://www.thehorrordome.com/demon-vampire-halloween-mask.aspx

or

http://www.thehorrordome.com/the-bloody-psycho-halloween-mask.aspx

which is the scariest?

answers:

Second one is more scary.

First picture: 8
Second picture: 9

I would say overall they are both really good masks.

Sharon asks…

How to make a latex monster mask?

Hello everyone,
I want to create one of those full over-the-head masks that you normally only see during Halloween, I’ve recently started to collect them.
Anyway I’ve searched everywhere on making a full monster mask and I only seem to find bits and pieces of information and none of the videos I find seem to relate what I’m trying to do
I’ve figured basically everything else out but the biggest thing is, I can’t find out how to make a mold for the mask to pour the latex in.
So could anyone describe that step to me or point me to a site that actually describes it with detail [pictures or videos would be great too]
And any other tips to help me out would be great :D
Thanks!

answers:

Hi,

I’ve just started a company making masks similar to this – we actually do foam masks rather than full over the head latex masks but the principle is the same. Have a look at http://www.kangena.co.uk

Here’s some bullet point steps:
1. Get a bust to base your sculpt on – make sure it is a full sized one
2. Get some water based clay with which to sculpt (its easier than oil based clay but you may prefer to use that)
3. Apply clay to bust to create the mask that you want
4. Cover any areas which aren’t covered in clay with vaseline
5. Spray with furniture polish
6. Make a 2 part plaster mould (probably best to google for this for specific instructions as its fairly tricky)
7. Seperate mould then remove bust and clay – clean up mould with a toothbrush and water
8. Join mould and bind together to hold it in place
9. Fill with latex and leave for an hour or two based on thickness you want
10. Empty mould, seperate and remove your mask
11. Paint as required with acrylic paints mixed with prosthetic adhesive

or if that sounds like a lot of hard work give us a shout and we can make a custom mask for you!

Linda asks…

Halloween Dressup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?

My boyfriend and I are going to a party for Halloween and we decided to dress as eachother as the opposite sex. I want really cute and sexy ideas on how to dress him up. I need links and ideas on lingerie, dresses, shoes, wigs, nails, and makeup. Please post links and/or pictures with your answers.

xxooxx
ASH

answers:

Your boyfriend should be a schoolgirl or a schoolgirl superhero.

He can wear boots with tights/pantyhose, a schoolgirl style skirt, a button down top or a polo for the schoolgirl outfit. If he wants to be a schoolgirl superhero, add in an eye mask and a cape.

I am a guy but I plan on being a schoolgirl superhero for halloween.

This is me in the skirt I am going to wear:

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/015.jpg?t=1256406843

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/016.jpg?t=1256406877

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/018.jpg?t=1256406910

And this is the cape I am going to wear:

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/002-1.jpg?t=1256406964

Laura asks…

Halloween Dressup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?

My boyfriend and I are going to a party for Halloween and we decided to dress as eachother as the opposite sex. I want really cute and sexy ideas on how to dress him up. I need links and ideas on lingerie, dresses, shoes, wigs, nails, and makeup. Please post links and/or pictures with your answers.

xxooxx
ASH

answers:

He should be a schoolgirl superhero (that is what I am going to be for Haloween and I am a guy).

He can wear boots with pantyhose, a schoolgirl style skirt, a button down shirt or a polo, an eye mask and a cape.

For example. Here is the skirt I am going to wear (it’s a school uniform skirt)

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/015.jpg

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/016.jpg

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/018.jpg

And here is the cape that I’m going to wear:

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s250/JimmyJames55/Halloween%202007/002-1.jpg

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