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Photos: Angelenos In Awesome Halloween Costumes (Round 2)
Boy when you guys do Halloween, you truly bring it. We figured that since most of you wouldn't be donning your costumes until the evening (perhaps you were in West Hollywood last night?), it'd make sense to have another roll call.
As usual, you guys dessed up as the usual mix of movie characters, TV shows, and couples costumes, but it seems like you guys are really into your fine art! Amazingly, we wound up with two Roy Lichtenstein costumes along with a Frida Kahlo and Bob Ross. We also especially love the ones that are LA-centric. See: Mayor Garcetti from yesterday's gallery and Donald and V. above.
As always, we still want your (and your pets') costume pictures! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, "Halloween Costume." (And do tell us your inspiration just in case we don't recognize the reference.)
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