Halloween Roundup November 3, 2008

Halloween Roundup

What were the scariest religion-related costumes you saw?

I’ll admit this one‘s certainly unique:

At a party I went to, my friend dressed up as a banana. I was scared. And in true form, she went in for the atheist kill:

(Yes, I’m the loser who didn’t dress up. I had to go somewhere immediately afterwards. I swear.)

A lot of people had fun carving pumpkins and dressing up as the Flying Spaghetti Monster, too:

Did you see anything entertaining Friday night? Feel free to link to pictures!

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  • Matt

    I personally dressed up as the second coming of my personal lord and savior, David Koresh

  • Kate

    On that banana picture…I think we’ve found a new picture for the top banner of this site!!! 🙂

  • mikespeir

    I dunno. Looks to me like she coulda used a little of the Old Testament, too. There are, uh, gaps in her costume.

  • stone1343

    I saw the scariest thing – an atheist! PZ Myers, speaking at University of Toronto. In fact, I suspect there were more of them in the audience…

  • Jonathan Dolias

    I went as a boring ol’ mormon.

  • Ubi Dubium

    Both my kids came home talking about the lady who answered the door dressed as Sarah Palin. Each of them had hit that house at a different time, and when I asked each of them how they responded, they said they screamed! It was the creepiest thing they saw all night.

    Our pumpkin had the Pastafarian “Jollyfish” logo carved on it.

  • Hey, that’s my pumpkin! Cool! My Mormon in-laws (whose kitchen table can be seen in the background) had no idea what FSM was, so my wife told them it was from Sesame Street.

  • Liz

    We had an Atheist’s Nightmare, too. Her husband came as Ray Comfort.

  • Ray

    At PZ’s lecture in Toronto on Halloween there was someone dressed as Ken Hamm. PZ asked him to take a bow.

  • Christophe Thill

    That girl’s costume is not scary enough. Too many “love thy neighbor” on it, I guess; it’s a bit disturbing (especially for her neighbor). Now, talk about some goold Old Testament with blood and guts! THAT’s scary.

  • Ubi Dubium

    Prophet Bobby posted my Jollyfish pumpkin! Here’s the link!

  • I needed to throw together a costume in minutes. So I took a sharpie and wrote “666” on my forehead and right hand.

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