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March 15, 2010

I've already decided on a Halloween costume for this year

Halloween may be months away, but I've got my costume on lock down.

I'm going as Ruby Rod, Chris Tucker's character from "The Fifth Element." Bzzzzzt!!! Most people probably won't get the reference, but this movie's been on TV a lot lately and Ruby Rod brings me to tears. Tears of joy. Witness: 


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 10:44 AM | | Comments (15)
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FLOSTEN PARADISE!!!!

Are we green?

This movie gets better every time I watch it.

Lilu Dallas multipass!

if you pull this off, you will definitely go down in the halloween hall of fame.

i'm psyched!

In order to get the character right, Sessa will need to tone it down some.

I just hope someday I'm able to do my radio show just like that. Minus the funky threads.

Haha. Too funny! My brother loves that movie.

dibs on a Gary Oldman costume.

LOL!!! That will be way to funny! You must make sure you have that wig! That makes the costume! That blond cylinder wig flipping around is hilarious! I want to see it!

I'm going from Ms Piggy...to really lighting it up...:)

El Wire Costume

It's been a while since I seen that movie, I'm going to have to check it out again...Most definitely a unique and funny character to go as on Halloween..

This year in 2010 Halloween will be awesome, I have my costume picked out already if you can believe it. Just in case you want to know I am going to be buzz from Toy Story this year.

This year in 2010 Halloween will be awesome, I have my costume picked out already if you can believe it. Just in case you want to know I am going to be buzz from Toy Story this year.

How many people are dressing up as Ray Ray this Halloween?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxqlw3cKZHA

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