That scene where she's dancing around to DeBarge with the fire...let's just say they probably got the idea for that hilarious scene from my own life in the kitchen. Consequently, I'm not allowed to cook in our house anymore. So I set a handful of paper towels on fire. Who cares! I had it under control!
I had originally planned on wearing a black leather jacket and burgundy fingerless gloves for an authentic Holtzy look, but it's going to be hot as fire out there this year. In fact, it's gonna be the hottest Halloween in about 66 years in Jonesboro! Yikes! The jacket will stay in my closet for now.
In the spirit of this heat wave, I topped a comfy olive green tee and Kerri's overalls with an old work shirt of my dad's that I frequently wear on messy painting adventures. This thing's got printer's ink, fake blood, acrylic paint, oil paint, glitter glue, car primer and spray mount among other materials all worked throughout the fabric. Kerri said I wasn't allowed to get paint splatters all over her overalls, (spoilsport!) so this is a good way for me to get the messy spray paint look of Holtzy's overalls without trashing my roomie's clothes! You're welcome, Kerri! Also, I'm not going to burn up as I'm roaming the streets looking for ghosts...I mean, candy.