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Slutty Nurse

Annual Toy Machine/Emerica Halloween demo at Active Chino.

Posted: October 31, 2011


Innocent enough from the outside ....



but inside, untold creepiness!



Ed as astronaut.



Ass-tronaut? Please note, this is a novelty plastic ass.



Matt B kept it rural.



Everyday is Halloween for Billy.

Speaking of ...



Handsome Cat in the Hat, reflecting quietly on how beautiful the world around us really is.



Angry, flappy Bird.



Hagers kept it Vanagon.


The pawns were encouraged to participate.




Yes!





Finally, some wholesome costumes among all the nurse-whores!



Subhumans - always welcome.



Kakaawww!



Like a chunk of Skylab.





This dude dressed up as Andrew Reynolds. Nice costume, bro.





Mario sweeps.





Ed was crushing it.



If he skated more, he'd be dangerous at a Dew Tour.

Don't forget who invented the up-rail.







'Blind Melon? Was that what they were called? Blind Melon?'


Big Boy!



Bringing the pain!





Extreme commitment.



Toy-tattooed heartbreakers, everywhere.





Yeah, they were going for it.



The kids were stoked. At least I think they were.





Kaa-kaawww!!!





Space noseblunt.



hot bean



Provost!



Trevor Colden!



Here we go ...



The ghoulish Bill Markses.


Complete with Chucky!

Parental guidance recommended.



Costume comp.







Ed weighs the option carefully.





But you know who the real winner was, right? That's right - the industry .... Happy Halloween.

Last modified on Monday, 31 October 2011 15:03
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