What a great idea! Not only packed with potential amusement, but any accompanying teenagers, should they pay attention, will be totally mortified! (Of course, some would have the same reaction if you used their real name, or even your own. Mortification is what they do best - at least with parents, in public.)nissanmama wrote:Twilight Moment: Whenever we go out to eat and someone asks me for a name, I never give them my real name. (They only ask for "a" name not "my" name.) ... Whenever we go to dinner with friends they always have to ask "What name is our reservation under?" I went to lunch withT-pa today and when they asked me for a name to go with my order, I told them my name was Alice. I think I'm going to use nothing but TW names from now on.
No Halloween candy yet. I don't know if I'll participate or not, but each year my ward (LDS congregation) has a "Trunk or Treat". Usually the Saturday preceding Halloween, we get together for food & games. Then the kids go "door-to-door" or from trunk-to-trunk in the parking lot. Some cars have elaborate decorations, others have just the candy giver. (I've been thinking about what I could do on a Twilight related theme, but haven't come up with a satisfactory idea yet.) No masks but plenty of fun costumes, especially for the little kids. A lot of the parents are quite creative.