What were you for Halloween?

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Monster Mash Comes to Life

Meet Sebastian the zombie on the left and Dorian the vampire on the right.

We are all decked out in our Halloween gear for my Halloween birthday party. What a scream!

Oh no! Dracula's son is out to get you! Watch out for his bite attack!
Uh oh! Here comes Sebastian the zombie! Gonna get you!

Do you like double attacks? Cuz here comes one.

This game we're playing right now is called eyeball bounce. It was really fun playing it.
Here comes my first shot ready to bounce not roll. The object of the game is bounce ping pong balls that look like eyeballs into one of those nine jars over there. The small ones are 150 points, the ones in the middle are 100 points and the ones in the back are 50 points.
This is called Monster Lab. All you have to do is just draw a monster.

The way to draw it is pick a card out of a pumpkin bucket (no peeking) and whatever body part the card says you have to draw. For example, those creepy red eyes up there with the added eyebrows drawn by me I drew because when I picked the first time, my card was a slip of paper that said "EYES" so I had to follow the directions. I just want you to know that you should really watch out for those poisonous boogers coming out of its nose and the blood coming out of those warts won't give you a nice surprise when you touch them.

This is a Jack-O-Lantern cake. To make the mouth and eyes we used some sprinkles.

Yummy! I love cake! It tasted good. No, not good. Great. No, no great. Super great.

No, not super great. Super duper great.

No, not super duper great. Super duper alley ooper great.

This is called Brain Toss. See that white thing sticking out of it, it's a tongue. Just kidding. It's a brain.

I would call that a point because at least the bean bag brain got halfway in. Actually, nobody else threw a brain bean bag halfway in. Mom designed the zombie and I wonder how dad caught the picture of the brain in midair.

I was the one who won the game. Nobody else actually got all of the bean bag brains in the mouth.

I must say Dorian's Jack-O-Lantern turned out awesome.
I say that it's so cute that it's scary.

I say that it couldn't have come out that great without the help of dad.
I really like the yellow glow in that one. Actually that's my Jack-O-Lantern.

You cannot even see the outside of the pumpkin, you can only see the face of it.

I call that face "The Evil Glare Stare."

This is both of us in our costumes about to go outside for Halloween. We're making scary faces in this picture, right?

Yes but I'd rather say that in this picture we're "ready to strike." For candy that is.

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