Erica Scott: Life, Love and Spanking

Ruminations, opinionated observations, darkly humorous blathering and the occasional rant from an outspoken spanko and unapologetic attention wh–, um, hog.

Happy Halloween

So last night, John and I went to our favorite dim sum restaurant. The food was delicious, as always, but jeeezus, the service sure was slow!

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Nahhhh, I’m just kidding. See, here I am! I don’t think this woman died of starvation, but of bad taste. What’s up with that hat??

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Hope everyone who enjoys Halloween and costumes and stuff has lots of fun. Me, I’m just in it for the chocolate. 🙂

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13 thoughts on “Happy Halloween

  1. jasnstir on said:

    Want some chocolate for a spanking little girl…?

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  2. I think that table of skeletons is cute. My wife would love it. It would give my daughter (age 24) nightmares and she’d never go into that restaurant again; she’s prone to that, still. Yet another example of the wonders and fun of being different.

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  3. MrJ — you should have seen the whole setup. They had a lot more stuff, like a witch and bats and spiders.

    Mark — yes, we are all different. I’m not bothered by skeletons, but if they’d been creepy rotting zombies, I would have left.

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  4. Anonymous on said:

    The restaurant had all but two great Yelp reviews. Those two felt the service was a little slow, and make no bones about it, they have a point.

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  5. So that’s you on the left (in the first picture)? You’re so damn skinny! Thanks for a little Halloween treat. Oh, by the way, you’re friggin’ beautiful.

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  6. Anonymous on said:

    I’ve been so sick all week I haven’t been online much. HALLOWEEN is my most favorite holiday EVER!
    Skeletons are creepy cute-bats are adorable. Remember the original 1st 2 seasons of Scooby Doo? The opening theme showed bats flying out of a haunted mansion and screeching in a cute way. I SOOO wanted to find a vintage t-shirt of that visual. I did not. 😦 LOL

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    • A. — I recall that about you! I don’t remember the Scooby-Doo image, but I’m not actually sure I ever saw it. I know a lot of people who love Halloween; I can take it or leave it.

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