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    Talking Here's a spooky idea...

    Hey guys! I've got a killer costume for halloween and have no place to where it! I'd go to a party or something but everyone my age cant have fun without being intoxicated by something. I was thinking of going to my church festival, but how fun would it be to go to disneyland halloween day/night?!?!?! Like a micechat meet, but we can dress up in our costumes!! People can bring their kids, whatever! It'll be a safe fun way to spend the night! Imagine the memories and the great pics! P.S. Im going as jessica rabbit this year so my costume is disney anyway. I dont mind looking foolish for one ghoolish evening Oh wow, that was cheesey.
    Let me know what you guys think!

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    If your close by you can visit my haunted mansion for halloween.

    It is located in Nelie Gaile Ranch in Laguna Hills.

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    haha, im a whoosy and i have no one to take. I need a disney haunted house, lol. But thank you

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    Disneyland has a NO ADULT COSTUME policy. Didn't you hear about all the trouble I caused?? "I would confuse the children"
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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    Quote Originally Posted by Where's Barbie?
    Disneyland has a NO ADULT COSTUME policy. Didn't you hear about all the trouble I caused?? "I would confuse the children"
    The excuses they'll make to ruin your fun! TERRIBLE I say!!!

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    Well, I go as the "Town Drunk on Main Street" every June... So I don't see why an adult costume wouldn't fly for Halloween.
    Seriously, I don't know; it seems that an 'adult costume policy' is kinda harsh. What do you guys think? I feel, in good taste (I will get back to this soon) an adult costume would help encourge the kids and make a more, much fun, family experience. But, if you have to ask, a good rule of thumb is if you have to ask yourself, it would probably be best to hold off the costume for now. Then again, what do I know? I'm just the town drunk in Toon Town. I just hope I don't get arrested again this Christmas!

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    well hey if i look like jessica rabbit enough to convince kids, they should hire me! Id do it

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    I guess the Disney Company doesn't want to confuse the Guest with people in costume with actual Characters. Kinda like the Knott's Scary Farm ordeal.
    Sounds like a killer costume though, I guess you might have to save it for another party unfortunaly (sp).
    But then again, I'm not a CM and I have no authority about this subject. It sounds fun too, but I would call and get a proper concern before I took time to dress up. Or maybe get a second guess from one of our other MiceChat specialist.

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    I think there's enough of Jessica Rabbit visible in the park as it is...


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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    I think that is a great idea. If the costumes can't be worn in DL, could there be a different place, maybe downtown Disney? We'll be there a couple weeks before, so we won't be able to make it, but I think it could be really fun.
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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    thanks nemozorro! Well looks like the church carnival for me, no biggie, that sounds like fun too. So does this rule apply for dca too?

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    the only time when adult costume is ever allowed is at the Holloween party at WDW... pity really

    Now that said howsabout we all go to WDW for October? ....... *runs before the mob catches her* it was just an idea...

    Hey! How bout you show us your costume?



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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyfreak
    If your close by you can visit my haunted mansion for halloween.

    It is located in Nelie Gaile Ranch in Laguna Hills.

    You have a haunted mansion?

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    ORWEN: I'm confused.

    ORGOCH: Like as if there's anything new 'bout that!

    ORWEN: Will you just shut up for once and let me be confused about something without any barbed comments from YOU, old biddy?! (pause) There...that's better. Now, what I wanted to say is that I'm confused as to why Disney World has no problem with adults wearing costumes, while Disneyland DOES!

    ORDDU: Now that you mention it, dear, I can't help wondering what the policies for costumes at the OTHER Disney theme parks--around the world--might be. Is there a wise little duckling out there who happens to know?

    ORGOCH: Might be a frog in it fer whoever comes up with the right answers--not that I even GIVE a dang, myself. Just felt a little generous tanight...

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    Re: Here's a spooky idea...

    I think you should be allowed to where anything you want anywear. Disney Parks be dammed.

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