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Jim Warfield
07-09-2008, 05:47 PM
Do any of you warn them that wearing Flip-Flops is a no-no?
They leave the feet, they offer almost no protection against anything that might happen, stubbed toe, sliver, someone stomping on their foot.
I was thinking about having a sign saying ,"No Shoes Worn Under $7.00!"
(I checked out the local flip-flop price)
Would you allow someone coming through your house to be barefoot?
I would not think so.
Maybe I need a sign warning that our backyard patrolling rattle snakes have a group foot-fetish?
They just Have to drag their teeth across the top of your foot. They can't help it.

Greg Chrise
07-09-2008, 08:10 PM
In the front room, everyone must put on magnetic gravity boots, decorated to look and smell like bowling shoes.

07-09-2008, 08:20 PM
...or steel toe boots. Imagine one of your actors running into a pair of those - Ouch!

Jim Warfield
07-09-2008, 09:49 PM
..and the Count Of Monte Carlo Crisco Oil says:"Glass slippers for everyone!"
They stick bare feet into smouldering sand, gotta have sand to make glass!
..and it's gotta be REAL HOT!

Greg Chrise
07-10-2008, 12:39 AM
Wedge shaped incline shoes so the customer can only be scared forward.

Jim Warfield
07-10-2008, 09:46 AM
"Only scared forward"....as the heavy gravity lump in the back of their pants holds them back, then small tidbits of it are carried away by the housefly air force, they fly and land in all weather conditions.

Cheap-o haunting hint number 682: Capture pilots of the housefly air force, strip them of their wings, make them wear spider costumes as they crawl around, this way no customers can get spider bites yet the spider-scare is maintained.
A very small dab of glue on the pilot's back will do it...hold the costume on.

Of course if the disguised pilots wander into a real spider web they will be executed because they are not wearing the correct uniform.."Spies!"
All in accordance with the Geneva Convention, any good comics at that convention besides the guys limiting the size of the 1925 battleships?

damon carson
07-10-2008, 12:54 PM
Its interesting to see the type of clothing or shoes people wear through a haunt. We had some girls one time that had showed up from a muddy trail of a haunt up the street. LOL! Sorry to say it they didnt come out spick and span. Plus it was raining that night and all day. But they had like prom type dresses and high heels.
Great attire maybe for an indoor haunt? Like ours. But hard on the ankles and hard to run when a chainsaw yeilding maniac is after you!

Jim Warfield
07-10-2008, 01:34 PM
Wrong clothes UNLESS, the girl is too fast of a track star for the limping, weapon-lugging monster to catch!
"Slow that girl down, put her in a prom dress and high heels!"
Be a gentleman, Damon, allow her a peak into your closet where you keep your collection of such items for emergency customer use."
Renting Prom dresses ! A new money opportunity!

Clown School Dropout
07-10-2008, 01:42 PM
Steel-Toed Safety Sandals