Creative trick or treat costume.

These kids went all rollercoaster. :) (4 coaster riders and Mr. Six)

http://www.abc6.com/younews/68356192.html


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LostKause's avatar

Cute. lol

That Mr. Six does look creepy.


DaveStroem's avatar

I made a coaster costume for my daughter this year. Here


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coasterqueenTRN's avatar

^I love that!

Dave, that's pretty cool. Nice job.


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Vater's avatar

They hold on to the bar when they are going up a hill and they raise there hands in the air when they are going down.

Wow.

That's not as disturbing as the switch from past tense to present, and then back to past again, all within the same paragraph.


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LostKause's avatar

The easy way to remember it...

There = it has here in it, which is a place, just like there is a place.

Their = has the in it, which you could easily substitute in the sentence. (The ball. Their ball.)

They're = They are. easy

I have made the mistake a few times out of carelessness, and not ignorance.


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^Huh? What about theirs? I'm lost, I'm a math man.

There was a bunch here in Chicago that dressed up in the same outfit, so it musta been something someone saw. Or a coincidence :)

I think they look great, however a lap-bar only model would be nicer ;)


Billy

Kind of strange. The TV station is from Providence, but the story is from outside of Philly PA. Reads like a facebook post that got posted onto a regular news site. The submission is credited to an internet name as opposed to a real reporter. So I guess that means they don't proofread or edit or any of that stuff that makes for proper grammar.

Other than that, I would have made that kid dance like Mr. Six before I gave him any candy. Then again, I am the cranky old bastard in the neighborhood who asks all the kids if they can sing, dance, or recite a poem. Talent for candy-- otherwise it's just panhandling. :)

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