Real people; real scary
A Pats jersey and a child-support checkbook (Supermodel not included in costume kit.)
A visor and, since it's a week following a loss, just be rude to everyone.
A pair of black-rim glasses with rose-colored lenses.
A couple of dogs (dead or alive).
But you are only allowed to go to 80 houses then another takes your place and will lose all your candy.
I was going to make a joke, but this guy scares Freddy Krueger.
Dye your hair blonde and carry a clipboard. And, oh yeah, have your spleen removed.
Begin trick-or-treating at 3 in the morning.
Run frantically from one house to another.
Black glasses, rolled up pants, and do not talk about Austin Scott.
Crutches, ice packs, bottle of Tylenol and a portable whirlpool.
Dorky glasses, Cubs jacket, Cubs hat. Be sure to slap away all the candy intended for your buddy's pillowcase.
One drawback: you have to pay him royalties.
Wear a suit and make inappropriate comments to all the females you pass.
Go back and forth on whether you're actually going to go trick-or-treating and then go about halfway through the night.
A video camera and the rattiest sweatshirt you can find. Also, lose your personality for a night.
Start off in a Pirates hat, but as the night progresses switch to a Giants hat and keep putting on masks that make your head bigger.
Wear a suit and glasses, and yell at all the other trick-or-treaters who aren't dressed properly.
Full hockey gear but, of course, wear your skates on your arms.