Halloween Treats

Some gross Halloween Food

If I thought I could get away with serving the guac baby I would be all over it. But I fear it would push daughter over the edge. "My baby!". So I'll stick with a bowl this year.

I love this drink!

Though instead of carefully carving radishes for the eyeball I'll be freezing some gummy candy eyeballs for our Halloween get together. Maybe I'll even save some for the guests?

PS - For anyone traumatized by my last post let me assure you that "mother f'ker" is a term of endearment at our house at times. Really! If we're really feeling amorous we call each other "Lou" short for Loser. Odd I know. But when said in a sarcastic "If I was really mad this is what I would be calling you" voice it works for us.

10 comments:

Karen Ross Smith said...

Sigh....you never fail to crack me up! I loved your last post and in fact read it to my husband, whom I have been known to call "hey fuck face" whilst shopping at Target. People tend to stare at us a lot! I love these devilish Halloween treats and since we only have a son, we can mistreat dolls all we want!

Mamma said...

I can't imagine how traumatized she'd be!!

Happy Halloween my friend. I'd be there to eat frozen gummy eyeballs with you if I could.

Jenny said...

This post is why I love you.

jakelliesmom said...

I'm not exactly sure how to spell that gagging noise I just made when I saw those pictures. Nasty. Awesome, still, but nasty.

Jennifer said...

Fidel and I call each other fucker all the time. I called him King of the Fuckers once and his employees thought it was so funny that they had a hat embroidered with that phrase and gave it to him as a gift. All lady, I am.

g-man said...

Was that stuff you served in the past? Too cool.

Kelly said...

Is it wrong that I'm not hungry...an thirsty?

Jen said...

so freakin cool....that is so what I would serve at my house!!!!

Karen Forest said...

What? Is "mother f'ker" not a nice thing to call your husband? I hope my husband doesn't find that out.

There are no "honeys", "sweethearts" or "Cuddleumpkins" in our household.

Aimee Greeblemonkey said...

I'm coming over next year.