WARNING! FEATURES OFFENSIVE CONTENT AND GROSS PHOTOS! If you have a weak stomach, or are easily offended, click your back button now!
Ali and Justin’s annual Halloween Party was Monday night and, boy oh boy, what a bash it was!
Each year, I try to make the grossest snacks I can think of (or that I can find on Pinterest). It was pretty hard to top last year’s used cotton swabs (thin pretzels with small marshmallows at the ends dipped in melted butterscotch) and edible maxi pads (large graham crackers painted with white chocolate and then decorated with red food coloring gel).
This year, we had:
Bedpan Cobbler (cherry and apple cobbler mixed together…with some chocolate cookie chunks thrown in for good measure)
Doggie Poop (sugar cookies) and Undigested Corn Poop (Rice Krispie Treats dipped in chocolate with just the yellow ends of candy corn stuck on the outside)
Regurgitated Spinach Dip (an oldie but a goodie)
And, my crowning achievement, Fondant Tampons! (Hey, I warned you it was offensive!)
The young adults really enjoyed the snacks, and took lots of pictures. My mind is already mulling ideas for next year’s party so please let me know if you have any gross ideas, okay?!
For regular, yummy food, Chef Justin served up two huge pots of Brunswick Stew that was DELICIOUS!
The boys helped Ali decorate their house and yard with tons of props, cobwebs and lights and it looked AWESOME!!
On Halloween, we’ll don our costumes once again for Trick or Treating and for our annual dinner out, a tradition we started years ago.
Have a super and safe Halloween, everyone!!
THIS WEEK’S MASONISM
When Mason ate his first dog poop cookie, he said, “It looks really realistic but it definitely doesn’t taste realistic.”
Angela Hoy lives on a 52' Irwin Center Cockpit Ketch (sailboat) with her family and pets. She is the publisher of WritersWeekly.com, BookLocker.com, and AbuzzPress, and the author of 19 books. Keep up with her family's adventurous liveaboard lifestyle at GotNoTanLines.com.
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