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post Oct 29 2009, 10:28 PM
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Howdy guys!

I`m attending halloween parties both friday and saturday, and needs some tips for my outfit.

I`ve decided to go as Macgyver biggrin.gif Not particularly spooky, but that point has kinda been lost the last years in Norway.

The only things I currently have are some Aviator sunglasses, a good and worn out, brown leatherjacket, and I hope I have some suitable sneakers and REALLY tight pants lying around laugh.gif

Any other suggestions for details biggrin.gif ?


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post Oct 29 2009, 10:32 PM
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If you are going to go as Macgyver, make sure you have some "unnecessary" Items on you. paper clip, thumbtack, banana peel(maybe not laugh.gif).

just any of the random objects that Macgyver might use to get out of a sticky situation will do! laugh.gif

EDIT: and if you REALLY want to do your homework, you could look up some of the "Macgyver-isms" that he has employed throughout the run of the show, and see if you can implement them at the party. Because that would be an awesome party trick

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post Oct 29 2009, 11:46 PM
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Had a MacGyver theme camp at Roskilde Festival this year.

If your hair is long enough take a MacGyver picture and show to your hairdresser and let her work it.. Otherwise get an 80's style wig smile.gif
Either will go nicely with the outfit you already have..

A few handy MacGyver must-haves:
Swiss army knife (Trust me, you will want to bring this. It's got everything you need).
Duct tape - Let the fun begin!
Paper-clip (Selfexplanatory).

Don't be afraid to show of your creative abilities, and try to look for posibilities at making funny/clever solutions to any kind of problem.

Just some tips that worked for us, we had a great time smile.gif

EDIT: Oh, and when coming up with an idea, try to make up an anecdote about when/where you learned it and tried it out before. Flashback'y if you get it..

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post Oct 30 2009, 12:11 AM
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QUOTE (Skewlbuzz @ Oct 29 2009, 11:46 PM) *
Had a MacGyver theme camp at Roskilde Festival this year.

If your hair is long enough take a MacGyver picture and show to your hairdresser and let her work it.. Otherwise get an 80's style wig smile.gif
Either will go nicely with the outfit you already have..

A few handy MacGyver must-haves:
Swiss army knife (Trust me, you will want to bring this. It's got everything you need).
Duct tape - Let the fun begin!
Paper-clip (Selfexplanatory).

Don't be afraid to show of your creative abilities, and try to look for posibilities at making funny/clever solutions to any kind of problem.

Just some tips that worked for us, we had a great time smile.gif

EDIT: Oh, and when coming up with an idea, try to make up an anecdote about when/where you learned it and tried it out before. Flashback'y if you get it..


It's illegal to have a knife on you these days though, isn't it?


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post Oct 30 2009, 12:22 AM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Oct 30 2009, 12:11 AM) *
It's illegal to have a knife on you these days though, isn't it?


Interesting - where I live in rural Spain pretty much everyone carries a knife on them all the time, so much so that my wife has to remind me to leave mine at home when we go to airports. I use mine (swiss army knife and a standard folding pocket knife) for cutting plastic hose, digging out burrs/splinters, opening things and so on. Despite everyone carrying a pipe I've never heard of any knife related crime around here though .


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post Oct 30 2009, 01:29 AM
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post Oct 30 2009, 02:26 AM
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marc, you seem like you're in heaven on the pic biggrin.gif


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post Oct 30 2009, 03:12 AM
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post Oct 30 2009, 09:30 AM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Oct 30 2009, 12:11 AM) *
It's illegal to have a knife on you these days though, isn't it?


Well afaik the blade on the smaller versions of the swiss army knives isn't long enough to be considered a "knife". But yeah, you should of course not risk breaking the law and ending up with a fine/jailtime smile.gif


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Ahah Marc, that pic is sooo awesome ! smile.gif
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Don't forget to take pics of you in the costume mhskeide! smile.gif Can't wait to see 'em! smile.gif

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