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Oct 31, 2012

by David Morgan handmade and vintage goods

On Halloween, the sun hides under the covers as monsters, robots and princesses emerge from their homes. It is a day of extremes, of fake blood and candied apples, but above all, it is a day when memories are born.

As Etsy’s social media intern, I am fascinated with the way that social media is fast becoming the leading platform for people to share personal stories. A few weeks ago, we invited our Facebook followers to share their own Halloween story, asking them: “What did your favorite childhood Halloween costume look like?” While we were certainly excited to read what people shared, we were surprised by how sentimental the stories were.

There were memories of superhero mothers making the costume of their children’s dreams:

“My mom, Karen of Cheshire Farm, made it! I was Storm from the X-Men! It was super amazing — I had the white outfit, the cape that hooked to my wrists, and even HUGE clip-on lightning bolt earrings. All the boys thought I was the coolest.” — Bekah of Amplified People

“My mom turned her prom dress into a fairy princess dress for me, crown, wand and all!” — Jennifer of Epoch Creations Photography

“My mother made me a Raggedy-Ann costume from scratch, wig and all. I wore it for 3 consecutive Halloweens.” — Karen of Karina Grace Jewelry

And stories of costumes transformed into family heirlooms:

“My 100% handmade Rainbow Brite costume that my grandma made for me when I was about 5. Still have it, saving it for my daughter someday…” — Tiffany of A Tender Yen

“I was a clown one year when I was about 6 years old. My mom had made it out of old potato sacks and remnants of colored cloth. I won a prize — a book I still hang on to.” — Marilyn of KrazzyCloset

There were also memories of people making do with whatever resources they had, and still having a great time:

“A cheetah costume that my mom dyed bright orange for me and I colored the spots on with a Sharpie! I wore it so much that the tail she’d made fell off.” — Laura of allora619

“A homemade skeleton! It was a black garbage bag that my dad put masking tape bones on and cute holes for my head and arms to go through. Absolutely the best (and cheapest) costume ever!” — Rachel of Joel Green

“All of my childhood costumes had to fit over a snowsuit as it was often very cold by Oct 31st. One year it was -30?C but hey, we went out anyways. So the safest bet was to wear a tiara with a pink scarf and claim to be a princess.” — Mel of Epic Stitching

And, of course, there were tales of hilarious trickery that became family traditions:

“We would save up our costumes from years before and then go trick-or-treating, come home, change into another and go again. It was the best childhood memory I ever had. We did it every year until we were too old. Now, I trick-or-treat with my kids and they do the same thing. I didn’t even teach them to do it!” — Marie of BeausoleilsBows

And while we’re sharing Halloween memories, here’s one I’ll never forget!

My most vivid Halloween memory was not on Halloween at all — well, not to me, anyway. Growing up in a deeply religious family, I was never  allowed to celebrate Halloween. We had “Hallelujah Night” (real title), a time where the kids from my church dressed up as Bible characters and hung out in the church basement with candy and soda. When I was around 8, I dressed up as Jesus (white bedsheet, red tablecloth and gold curtain tie). My dad had recently purchased a motorcycle that my brothers and I were dying to ride, but since I was the youngest and smallest, I was never given a chance. On this fateful night, I begged so persistently that my dad finally relented and said he would take me to Hallelujah Night on the motorcycle. Incredibly excited, I hopped on.

Everything was going great, until the newness of it all started to wear thin and my little 8 year-old self got sleepy. My eyes started to close and my head began to droop to one side. My dad felt my grip loosen, and quickly reached back to hold me with one hand while driving with the other. His frantic attempts to wake me up were useless. Miraculously, he reached the nearest exit, stopped in a parking lot and tied an extra-long belt he had in his bag around the both of us. I was fully awake when we reached the front of the church building, and ended up having a great time at the party. My poor, traumatized father, however, never took me on a motorcycle ride again.

We want to know your story. Tell us: What did your favorite childhood Halloween costume look like?


  • HansHolzkopf

    Natalie from HansHolzkopf said 7 years ago

    My mom made me a beautiful Gipsy-Girl dress from the old floral shawls (when I was about 6:) I was soooooo happy:)!!! Now I make for my son Anakin-Skywalker costume from the recycling fabric:)

  • buddhacat444

    Dana from BuddhaCatCreations said 7 years ago

    I made a 'Statue of Liberty' costume for my oldest daughter when she was 4? It was made from a table cloth and a Burger King crown. I wrapped tin foil around a flashlight for the 'torch'. When my twins were 10? They went as Queen Amidala and padawan Obi Wan Kenobi. I bought the Queen Amidala costume, but made the Jedi costume (complete with my old Frye boots!) They won 1st & 2nd place in the costume contest! The next year, I made my son's Harry Potter costume, and he won first place!

  • beachseacrafts

    Marilyn from beachseacrafts said 7 years ago

    Some fun memories; I made all my childrens costumes while growing up. One year I took a box, paints and masking tape and made a rubiks cube. Faced painted colored diamonds on the face and red stockings. Imagination can go a long way and very inexpensive. Happy Halloween!

  • joycecountrywool

    Ruth and David Pelzer from PelzerDesignStudio said 7 years ago

    Way back, in the North of England 60's, Halloween was a small, neighbourly affair. Our costumes were not fantastic or fanciful - we were restricted to ghouls or witches only. There were no tricks or treats, in fact, we had never heard of the term and neither had we ever set eyes on a pumpkin. Our lanterns were turnips or rutabagas. They were half the size of pumpkins and hard as rock. With my mum's long black skirt (tied at my skinny waist with a piece of string)and a black turtle neck pulled over my head on which the pointiest cardboard witches hat in the world, was placed, I was ready. Finally, with green, food-coloured face cream smeared on my face and with my hand firmly set in my white sheet clad brother's, we ventured out. Half an hour later we'd be back - just a few pennies richer. No sweets, no peanuts, no popcorn balls. Just a few oohs and aahs ringing in our ears!

  • cberez

    CB DESIGN'S from CBDesignsPR said 7 years ago

    I make all the costumes from my daughters, trying always to recycled something that I have that can be used!

  • FalconandFinch

    Lynelle Miliate-Ha from FalconandFinch said 7 years ago

    My mother made me too many excellent costumes to favor just one - Cleopatra (she even wrapped wire into snake jewelry and dyed my blond hair black! My mother is very detail oriented,) Raggedy Ann, an evil Witch, a Carebear, etc. But she did make a costume for my brother that was so awesome and unique, it still stands out in memory. She cut a big laundry detergent box down until it would ride on my brothers shoulders, and formed the top of it into a bloody looking stump - there were even wet looking red tubes sticking out, like veins. My brother peeked out of the cape that went around the neck of this "Headless Horseman" costume. It was the talk of all the kids in the neighborhood!

  • peaseblossomstudio

    Caroline from AnchorRoad said 7 years ago

    In 1976, my mother made all 8 of us kids colonial costumes for the Bicentennial year. We won the group costume contest at the fair that year. The best part? We still have them and many others. My mother was a whiz on the sewing machine and really enjoyed making us handmade costumes.

  • volkerwandering

    Jess from volkerwandering said 7 years ago

    My mother made the most amazing wolf costume for me one year, but I think my favorite halloween memory is when she made "Little House on the Prairie" costumes, one for her and one for me. :)

  • ThePolkadotMagpie

    Polkadot Magpie from ThePolkadotMagpie said 7 years ago

    I just posted on FB, a picture of my husband and I dressed as witches. Love Halloween and the kid it brings out in most of us!

  • HappyWhoos

    Jessie Friedman from HappyWhoos said 7 years ago

    When I was 8 years old my shy mother threw her first (and only party in general) Halloween party for me. All the kids in the building and my cousins were there. There were lots of brownies and candies. Cute Halloween decorations. I was dressed like a pirate girl. For once, this awkward and shy little girl felt like a popular kid that night. :) I have no pictures of that day, but it is one of my fondest childhood memories - I'll never forget it.

  • JoyceAlice2

    JoyceAlice from JoyceAlice2 said 7 years ago

    When I was 7, we moved from Hialeah, Florida, to Kodiak Island, Alaska. This was in the 60s. What a difference in Halloweens! Hialeah Halloweens were filled with hordes of little goblins, witches, ghosts shouting and laughing in the dark, lugging heavy brown grocery bags or plastic orange pumpkins full of candy around the neighborhood. On Kodiak, it was VERY cold and my mom tried to dissuade us from going trick-or-treating --- but of course with no success. We dressed up, but our costumes were covered with our winter coats, hats, scarves, and mittens. But we had our brown grocery bags! Needless to say, the neighbors (what few there were) were very surprised to see us, and sadly, we did not haul in much candy... one neighbor invited us in and gave us a piece of pie, another scrounged around her kitchen and came up with apples. APPLES! after visions of sackfuls of candy it was a severe letdown.... but I smile when I think of it now.

  • LizzyLizano

    Elizabeth Amy Forzano from LizzyLizano said 7 years ago

    I had some great costumes as a kid, ALWAYS handmade by my mom and ALWAYS a hoot! My top three were 1- a strawberry costume that I remember was passed down each year starting with my oldest brother then three years later it was my turn! 2- a crayola crayon, I was a red one and my best friend was green... people thought we were elfs minus the ears 3- a christmas present, I was a huge BOX wrapped in gift paper... it was really hard getting around at that halloween party :)

  • PennyBirchWilliams

    Penny Birch-Williams from PennyBirchWilliams said 7 years ago

    My mom made me several Halloween costumes, but the Raggedy Ann was the best. She was so good at sewing. She made my kids first costumes when they were little, two little clown outfits that were adorable. I miss her so much!! I started making costumes for my kids after she passed away and that has been such fun....pirates, fairies, cats, grim reaper, gorilla, etc! I'm still making ballroom dance dresses for my dancer-daughter. So many times I've wished Mom was still here to ask how to sew something difficult.

  • LeasaMarie

    Leasa from LeasaDesigns said 7 years ago

    Penny above me just reminded me of when my girlfriend & I went as Raggedy Ann (me) and Andy (her). We had just learned how to sew (jr high) and made them. Need to find a photo...??? and what ever did happen to them?? Good times! Other than that I would go in my dads closet and be a "bum" in his old clothes! Not to great to think about doing that now... but back then you didn't see the homeless everywhere. :(

  • kgpaintings

    Kirsten Gilmore from PaintingsByKEGilmore said 7 years ago

    I was able to dress up in some of my mother's childhood costumes from the 1950s: so much satin, crinoline, and lovingly handsewn pom pons.

  • modelarose

    Jan Masterson from modelarose said 7 years ago

    My mom was probably too busy taking care of a household of 9 to make costumes. Usually my brothers were "bums." Talk about recycling! Bums back then were the zombies of today. Torn shirts, old pants, black shoe polish for a beard. I don't think my mom was too enamored with Halloween with all the serious razor blade stories circulating at the time. My brothers might cover a 5 mile radius around our house and come home when the pillowcases they used for bags were too heavy to carry. The only Halloween costume I can remember wearing was in 7th grade--short black skirt, black fishnet stockings that I bought at Woolworth's for 99 cents and big mirrored disco ball earrings. Orange top. My girl scout leader (who was my best friend's mother) had a party at her house. I'm pretty sure she hated me after that.

  • FauldsForge

    Heather McGuire from FauldsForge said 7 years ago

    My mom was notorious for making bizarre homemade costumes. One year she stuffed several pairs of tights with kleenex and safety pinned them to my winter coat (it was Ontario). Absolutely NO ONE knew I was supposed to be a spider! I was oblivious and absolutely delighted with my costume, especially the scary web she penciled onto my face with her eyeliner!

  • TheHickoryTree

    Linda from TheHickoryTree said 7 years ago

    When I was nine, I wanted to be a ghost for the party at school and trick or treating at night. But my Mom never bought white sheets, because she liked color and patterns on the beds. So she sewed me a ghost costume out of a set of ocean blue sheets (I didn't know the word "mortified" back then). But I wore it anyway, and went to school and all the kids and teachers dubbed me the blue (sad) ghost and I won first prize... Thanks Mom! It was a brilliant idea after all.

  • guziks

    Stephanie from Phylogeny said 7 years ago

    My mom found a pattern for a Care Bear costume, the pink one with the rainbow on the belly. I loved that costume and wore it for at least three years growing up. Turns out, as a graduate student, one of my friends and I got into a discussion about Halloween costumes and it turned out that her mom made her the same costume the same year and we both used it for a few years. Our families have even exchanged the photos of our Care Bear outfits, both taken in our respective kitchens the same year, and both looking so proud to wear such a fantastic costume for Halloween :)

  • TaraMarieDesign

    TaraMarieDesign from TaraMarieDesign said 7 years ago

    When we were little my dad called my mom one Halloween and told her to tell us kids that trick-or-treating was cancelled due to a gorilla getting loose from the zoo. She told us after we were in our costumes and ready to go. Well, my dad got off work that day and parked at the end of our street and changed into a realistic looking gorilla costume in his truck. Then he ran through everyone's backyard til he got to our house and he was running around our house banging on windows and we FREAKED!! We all clung to my moms legs and got our halloween makeup all over her clothes cause we were in tears....I will never forget that. One of my favorite memories of my dad.

  • aiseirigh

    Cat Shanahan from aiseirigh said 7 years ago

    When I was 11 my mom made me a nun costume, with like an actual was constructed like a literal nuns habit, the workmanship she put into that blows my mind in retrospect (like it stood up and what have you lol)

  • EdelweissPost

    Patrick from EdelweissPost said 7 years ago

    Two years ago I went to a "WICKED"-themed Halloween party. I went as "The Emerald City" with sequens, glitter, shiny green stretch pants, green hair, and green elf shoes. My friend Tracy went as "The Yellow Brick Road" (all black, save for bright yellow duct tape, cut in 5-inch pieces and taped like bricks from one shoulder down to the opposite leg. We were the hit of the party! (I even brought an Emerald City Cheese/Veggie Tray made out of celery stalks and yellow cheese...

  • FreshRetroGallery

    Elizabeth Knaus from FreshRetroGallery said 7 years ago

    3-legged person... cut leg and top portion off extra jeans, sew it on jeans you wear, stuff the 3rd leg, add socks/shoe, insert a stick to the knee joint which can be operated through the pocket. Hilarious, when you sit, make sure to cross all 3 legs! No mask necessary.

  • EliseJewelry1980

    EliseJewelry1980 from EliseJewelry1980 said 7 years ago

    My mother made all of my costumes when I was growing up and now she helps me make costumes for my sons. This year, both boys (ages 5 and 1) are garden gnomes and I think this is my favorite year yet...not sure how much longer my 5 year old is going to let me dress him up in such cute characters.

  • auntjanecan

    Jane Priser from JanePriserArts said 7 years ago

    So many wonderful memories, too many to share them all. I love each and every one.

  • eilquinn

    eileen from eilquinn said 7 years ago

    I feel a deep seated need to make my kids mom and her best friend and the cluster of kids I grew up with all used to parade around in homemade fair usually hidden deep under our winter coats as we scurried around the chicago burbs in the miserable late october cold and rain... I can't fathom buying a costume for myself or my kid...I guess that is why I am on etsy right now!

  • SusanFaye

    Susan Faye from SusanFayePetProjects said 7 years ago

    My most favorite, yet least favorite costume was being the sheet-draped rear end of a unicorn with two of my Junior High friends. We made an elaborate paper mache head for the front end person to wear, and the third friend was a glamorous witch enchantress who led the unicorn around. Little boys who were trick-or-treating thought it was a real laugh riot to kick the unicorn in the behind; not to mention the fact that I could not see where we were going... Luckily, we were a big hit and the candy coffers were filled to the brim that night!

  • TheNorthWayStudio

    Maria B. from TheNorthWayStudio said 7 years ago

    Last year, my little beagle--who we had adopted a few months earlier--went to the humane society Halloween doggy bash to party with all of her old friends and brother who had yet to be adopted. As a play on words, I knit her a giant round bagel costume. We simply strapped it to her harness so it flopped over her back. She's incredibly small for a beagle, so the bagel was really big in comparison, but it looked adorable and she went home with plenty of new chew toys she won!

  • guext65

    JW Lin from JWPersonalShop said 7 years ago

    Nice story..

  • poorandpretty

    Sami Jensen from poorandpretty said 7 years ago

    I did just this on my blog this morning! Check out some of the costumes from my trick-or-treating days! :)

  • channcesmommy

    Teasha Howell from ModernVintageMomma said 7 years ago

    Every year my grandmother made costumes for my older brother and I . Growing up one of my favorite costumes was a cat woman costume made out of vinyl . I was Cat woman 3 years in a row. I loved that thing to death literally until it feel apart and was no longer wearable. Halloween is still one of my fav holidays. Now i pass on the hand made tradition and construct costumes for my self my husband and my son every year. Of course this year once again i was cat woman " the adult version 2.0 " ha ha. My husband and son are Rafael and donatello from the Teenage mutant ninja turtles complete with handmade turtle backpacks and full mascot heads.

  • slathered

    Sharon Moores from slathered said 7 years ago

    My favorite costume actually was a dress that belonged to my great-grandmother. I found it in her closet after she died and we were cleaning out her room. It was a beautiful brown velvet flapper dress with cream lace detailing across the chest. So gorgeous! I was a young teenager and was floored to discover that the little old lady who did crosswords had once been a young Roaring Twenties hellraiser. I had a blast wearing it, but mostly because of the personal history. I still have the dress. I need to have it restored, so my daughter can discover it someday.

  • thevintagedilemma

    Sara Garcia Munoz from TheVintageDilemma said 7 years ago

    Two days ago I asked my daughter about the costume she'd like to wear for the kindergarten's hallowing party and she said "I want to be a crocodile" so I spent the day after looking for a crocodile costume and...I got it! When that day I went to pick her up to the kindergarten and I said "weeeeeeeell, and tomorrow you will be a crocodile!, she answered, "no, no,mama, I will be the witch!

  • LilyannPrint

    Nicole Lilyann Ellsworth from LilyannPrint said 7 years ago

    I love the spirit of Halloween and the ability we have to be endlessly creative! I believe handmade costumes are the best way to save money and have a unique costume. This year for Halloween, my boyfriend and I were The Walrus and The Eggman from the Beatles Song, "I Am The Walrus". It cost us only 5 dollars for the two costumes to be complete. The Eggman was made out of white card board, and hung around my neck by a piece of white yarn. I drew on a little mustache with eyeliner pencil and made a homemade monocle using scrap materials and a stick. I also wore a little top hat that I borrowed from a friend. We used a grey beanie to hot glue on a hand drawn and painted walrus snout and tusks as well as eyes. We then safety pinned a piece of grey felt on each sleeve of a grey shirt that looked like walrus fins! It was definitely one of the most fun costumes I've ever made and got to represent! Happy Halloween to everyone! I hope you all enjoy yourselves !

  • valeriephoto

    Valerie from valeriestitchery said 7 years ago

    My mom sewed me a mermaid tail. It was floor length, and open at the bottom (really a quilted skirt) so I could walk. I used glittery fabric paint to make the scales. It was great!

  • Parachute425

    Terry from Parachute425 said 7 years ago

    Sweet stories! Reading them all.

  • rivahside

    rivahside said 7 years ago

    At an adult Halloween party a couple came as Hershey bars. Hers was regular and his was with nuts. Everyone there loved it!

  • HighlandInspirations

    Julie Byler from HighlandInspirations said 7 years ago

    When I was a child my twin sister and I would always rummage through every closet and drawer to figure out what we could put together. One year I went as a rag doll. I wore an old party dress with a petticoat and made a wig out of a bright yellow rubber swimming cap. I sewed bright yellow yarn through it. It worked really well but my mom made me buy her a new cap. The best costumes I made were for my children. I knew how to use a sewing machine by then. I liked the little mermaid, the princess riding side saddle, the headless horseman and the black bat. Good Times!

  • DressyDollsCompany

    Leila from DressyDollsCompany said 7 years ago

    I did my own clown makeup when I was 3! Guess I was opinionated at a young age :) My favorite costume I made myself in 6th grade - a flapper dress. Back then you could tell the difference between handmade and a BOX costume. Anyone remember BOX costumes???

  • HelloShoes

    HelloShoes from HelloShoes said 7 years ago

    My daughter was a cheese puff princess with a cheese puff wand . It was awesome. I put the cheetah tiger on her costume and made her ears too. The year before we made a snail costume with antennas.That was fun to make. Though this year she choose "Dorothy" store bought..Still cute..My favorite costume growing up was either being a hobo clown or later Jem and the holograms..My excuse to wear some make-up.

  • HelloShoes

    HelloShoes from HelloShoes said 7 years ago

    Oh sorry the best costume My sister and husband dressed as Price is right contestants and a table box in front of them with their bids..Also those Yellow name tags..It was hilarious. I couldn't stop myself all night saying "come on down" all night.

  • spiffykt

    Katie Casey said 7 years ago

    I was really into jellyfish as a kid, so one year my parents helped me make a jellyfish costume. I tie-dyed a t-shirt and some socks, attached the socks to the shirt for tentacles, and walked around with a matching jellyfish beanie baby on my shoulder. :)

  • MorbidUnicorn

    Abigail Ammon from MorbidUnicorn said 7 years ago

    My favorite childhood costume was a robot fairy. I had a black and purple tutu and giant carboard wings painted to look like bolted metal and a mask as well.

  • slacey152

    Stacy from HappiestCrafts said 7 years ago

    Wonder Woman!!!!! Happy Halloween!!!

  • mrichards7171

    Mary from folklove said 7 years ago

    One of the Halloween "legends" in my family involves my grandparents and their kids getting together with my great uncle to go as Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Being 6 ' and a head taller than everybody else, my uncle was naturally cast as Snow White. They made their own masks out of papier mache. I don't think my uncle ever dressed in drag again, but he did a great job, and we still talk about those costumes at Halloween each year!

  • AngelFishGrotto

    Faryn Slagle from AngelfishGrotto said 7 years ago

    Last year I went to a Halloween party dressed up as Ariel from the Little Mermaid. But not just Ariel with the purple bra and fish tail. I was Ariel when she just gets her legs and Scuttle makes her that dress out of a sail. I spent 1 buck on the entire costume. I already had long red hair and a Sebastian plush. I ended up going to the good will and getting a large table cloth, I ripped it up and tied rope around it. Everyone at the the party loved it! One girl said it was the best Mermaid costume she had ever seen. lol Gotta love the good will.

  • BambuEarth

    Amber from BambuEarth said 7 years ago

    That motorcycle story is epic. Love it. ♥♥♥ My favorite costume as a child was dressing up as a baby in my onsie. It was always so warm (i'm a wimp when it comes to late October weather). I think I wore that costume every year until I grew out of it.

  • aloysiaweber

    Ariela Haro von Mogel said 7 years ago

    My Mom made the most BEAUTIFUL Halloween outfits for me when I was a little girl (Can-Can Girl, Witch, Cleopatra, Gypsy, etc...). I always won first prize for the Halloween contest at school. I would love going to the ramate (Mexican swap meet) to look for funky fabric for my costumes. My favorite was buying a long fabric with coins for my Gypsy outfit. She always let me pick out the outfits I wanted to go as and let me be part of the process. Makes me wish I knew how to sew today! (So resistant as a kid!!) Now, my husband will be making fun Halloween outfits for our little cuties. ;)

  • vinylclockwork

    Scott from vinylclockwork said 7 years ago

    Happy Halloween

  • irishandmore

    irishandmore from irishandmore said 7 years ago

    A butterfly in a leotard and tights with homemade cardboard wings the year it decided to start SNOWING on Halloween night ! I REFUSED to wear a coat, because of course you could not cover up the wings, so I walked around half frozen, but still had a great time!

  • VintageShophop

    Jane Swanson from VintageShophop said 7 years ago

    My favorite family costume was when the kids were four and six and they were both zebras, my husband was a gorilla and I was the zoo keeper.

  • irishandmore

    irishandmore from irishandmore said 7 years ago

    p.s. That is one absolutely adorable little raccoon photo from the thumbelina workshop!

  • Iammie

    iammie from iammie said 7 years ago

    I haven't had any Halloween costume here, but I really enjoyed this post!

  • cybersenora

    Lynda from cybersenora said 7 years ago

    Reading these posts make me smile and it brings back so many fun memories. I am the mother who made both of my children's costumes (some really clever ones if I say so myself! my children are adults who now conjure up their own creative ideas for costumes. My son even has a baby on the way so I will be able to do it all over again! I can't wait!!!

  • peshka

    Peshka from Peshka said 7 years ago

    So Cute!

  • LittleWrenPottery

    Victoria Baker from LittleWrenPottery said 7 years ago

    I dont really have that many halloween memories, I remember one year I went to a party dressed as a mad scientist and ate way too much sugar!

  • TheHouseofZuehl

    Ms. Z from TheHouseOfZuehl said 6 years ago

    The time was not halloween but it was a costume of sorts. My mother bought me Wonderwoman underoos, my grandmother bought me Evil Kenivil Socks. I loved bothe of my heros sooo much I put on my underoos and socks and went outside to ride my bicycle! My mother about had a melt down. I heard her yell from around the block. What in the holey world was I thinking? Um I thought I could be Wonderwoman and Evil Kenivil and make a new superhero! ME! Needless to say I found out underoos were not an actual superhero costume they were underwear and NOT to be worn in public! LOL :) I really thought I was something doing tricks on my bicycle. LOOL

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