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We Want Your Most Memorable Halloween Costume

What did you want to be for Halloween when you were a kid? As you see here, redditor Lillibeth wanted to be a table. Did you ever go trick-or-treating in anything so strange? Or maybe you were kid who constructed your own costume -or maybe you had the mom who went all out for Halloween.

We would love to see pictures of your Halloween costumes. Whether you were a kid or an adult, whether they are awesome, odd, funny, or horribly embarrassing, find those pictures of Halloweens past and send them in! Tell us the story behind the costume, if you've got one. We will post as many of them as we possibly can on the Halloween blog in October.

And when Halloween draws near, we will select the top costume pictures and reward the senders with t-shirts from the NeatoShop!

Send your Halloween costume pictures to tips@neatorama.com and check the Halloween blog for the pictures to start popping up. You could be a winner this Halloween!

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Hmmmm... I was half-hoping somebody would take my idea and run with it, but now I'm starting to regret going public about it. Then again, nobody reads the comments down here, do they? I wonder if Staples still sells pocket protectors, and should I get an Opus or a more generic penguin?
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I have no surviving pictures, but in 1984, one of the "wacky radio people" in L.A. who I wrote/performed stuff for staged "Trick or Treating for Adults Only". He arranged for some of the residents near the radio station to have candy to give out at 8 in the morning and gave an open invitation to anyone OVER 21, but you had to be in some kind of costume. I was getting seriously into the early PCs of the time (Commodore 64, mostly) and one of my user-group friends was getting obsessed with unauthorized copies of software just when it started being called 'piracy'. So I came up with the idea of being a "Computer Pirate" by mixing accessories associated with computer geeks (pocket pen protector, white socks) and pirates (eye patch, plastic sword) and one hybrid item that makes me REALLY wish I had a picture. Instead of a parrot on my shoulder, I attacked a stuffed penguin (several years before Linux adopted the penguin mascot). So ahead of my time...
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