You don't have to be a fan of the HBO series True Blood to appreciate how cool it would be to sip on a vampiric energy drink that'll have everyone believing you're actually drinking blood!
So what goes into a drink to give it that sickeningly sanguine appearance? Simply mix orange juice with presweetened Tropical Punch and/or Strawberry Kool Aid (or equivalent flavored soft drink packets) and you've got a drink that's lip smacking good and Dracula approved.
If you look too closely at the plastic brick sculpture displays in LEGOLAND Florida you may see some mildly disturbing scenes, like the "Man choking on croissant is given the Heimlich maneuver" diorama featured above.
Their presence in the park seems to indicate that one of LEGOLAND's brick jockeys has a wicked sense of humor, and that life in the world of LEGO can be every bit as strange and awkward as it is in the real world.
Nick Gentry has a found a good use for those stacks of leftover 3.5 inch floppy disks- he puts them all together and paints a portrait on top.
It's a fusion of technojunk and fine art, which seems to be Nick's favorite form of recycling (see his previous Neatorama entry HERE), and since we tech obsessed humans are creating more and more waste every day at least Nick's using it for something good!
Ever since Bat Day became a thing, the love between Goths and Disneyland has grown by leaps and bounds with each passing year, all leading up to this- Goth themed goodies are now being sold at Disneyland.
There are fun coffin shaped cases of candy, dark chocolate roses and bags full of candy bones and skulls for all the dark little boys and girls to enjoy while they make their way through the happiest place on earth.
From the look of these photos Williamsburg, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, is a rather colorful place to live, and it's hard to tell if people are dressed up for a night on the town or a Halloween party!
Good thing there's a Tumblr site called Halloween or Williamsburg to clear things up...wait, I take that back...the blurbs about each pic on the site only cause more confusion!
Oh well, I guess we're not meant to know whether it's Williamsburg or Halloween after all...
Parrots have long been associated with those swashbuckling scoundrels of the seas, and they make the perfect addition to any Pirate themed Halloween costume!
However, you may want to consider using a stuffed parrot instead of a living, squawking and biting real life bird, so you don't have to worry your hanky wrapped head about their wellbeing when you've had a bit too much grog!