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funny pictures-HAPPY HALLOWEEN

Remember the words of Sergeant Phil Esterhaus: “Be careful out there.”

8 comments

1 jams o donnell { 10.31.10 at 6:20 pm }

Now that is so cute it’s scary!

2 Bryan { 10.31.10 at 7:28 pm }

You use kittens and hope they forget the indignity, Jams.

3 cookiejill { 10.31.10 at 10:06 pm }

Went precinct walking and saw some stunning Halloween set ups.

4 Bryan { 10.31.10 at 10:42 pm }

We had the “harvest festival” at the church/school/daycare center/media center down the street, so it was another bust.

More candy I need to off-load since the kids who lived next door moved. With my friends getting into trouble with diabetes, it isn’t easy to get rid of it anymore, especially with all of the peanut allergies. You can’t just give it to a school [well, you could, but you’d probably be arrested as a pervert, or the police would blow it up.]

5 Steve Bates { 11.01.10 at 4:55 pm }

Now if that had been Lily, the hat would quickly have been in shreds and the pumpkins would have been just about prepared for use in pumpkin pie. She is the most destructive kitten I’ve ever lived with in my life, even now that she is biologically an adult… a “fixed” adult.

Our Halloween was very quiet. There were some kids on the street, but Stella had a headache and asked that we not answer the door. The only serious noise was at about 3:30 A.M., when someone pounded violently on our front door. Needless to say we didn’t answer.

6 Bryan { 11.01.10 at 5:20 pm }

Things like that are the reason people install remote controls on their sprinklers, Steve.

As a kitten, Ringo would have eaten the hat. She had several puppy-like tendencies. The pumpkins would have been stored in cat-space [the alternate universe for cat toys] to be discovered some night during a barefoot trip to the bathroom.

7 oldwhitelady { 11.01.10 at 6:44 pm }

Awwwww! That’s the right Halloween spirit!

8 Bryan { 11.01.10 at 7:50 pm }

It’s my favorite holiday, OWL.