Party in October: Costumes required?

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mediageek
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I'm toying with having a house warming/birthday/halloween party on Oct. 27.

So, if I do, should I make it a costume party?

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Y'all are invited. (In case that wasn't clear already.)

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Re: Party in October: Costumes required?

Yes.

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Re: Party in October: Costumes required?

mediageek wrote:
I'm toying with having a house warming/birthday/halloween party on Oct. 27.

So, if I do, should I make it a costume party?

That's always fun -- I always try to find some reason to avoid wearing a costume. This one time, at band camp, I went to a costume dance as a baseball player -- during the 1981 Major League strike.

It's not that I hate costumes -- when I can't find a good reason, I cheerfully suit up -- but the exercise of avoidance is just much more fun than coming up with a clever costume idea.

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Re: Party in October: Costumes required?

mediageek wrote:
I'm toying with having a house warming/birthday/halloween party on Oct. 27.

So, if I do, should I make it a costume party?

Don't you run into this question every year?

Not because you move every year, but because of, you know, that middle part you slipped in there?

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Yes.

This begs the question of what I should dress up as. I'm thinking I should dress up as a libertarian. Monocle, top-hat, bag of money, murray rothbard tshirt.

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Don't you run into this question every year?

Not because you move every year, but because of, you know, that middle part you slipped in there?

I've only recently gotten into the habit of throwing parties. I've found something odd: When I throw a party, people show up. I find this pleasing.