Anyways, Swat Team dude has a couple of boys (around 5 & 7) that have no end of toy riffles, bow&arrows, karate lessons, boxing gloves... no aggression there... no. (phuk) For halloween, swat team household decorates their garage all spooky like and the dude himself dresses in a big ol scary monster outfit (fresh from an episode of scooby doo) and hides in the garage.
As the kiddlettes come up the laneway he jumps out from hiding, screams out gnarly monster sounds and throws (catapults!) the lil'trick-or-treat treat bags at the approaching ghouls, goblins and fairy princesses.
Picture George (my lil'guy) dressed as a peter pan / robin hood spin-off standing there half-way up the laneway. Slack jawed from the moment the lights flashed and monster jumps out... then the little plastic pumpkin he's carrying (candy tote) in one hand and the bow&arrow 'bow' (cleverly made from garden edging pvc plastic!!) in the other hand both drop to the asphalt when the monster yells - so Peter/Robin is standing there arms at his side, pumpkin full of goodies slowly rolling away behind him and WWWHHHAAACK! A crinkly-plastic bag with some peanuts, a min bag of chips, a mini oh-henry, a bubble gum and a lolli totally nails him in the center of the chest (swat team guy's been to target practice) and bounces off. .. ... .... at least 10 seconds of dead silence goes by... George grabs for the new bag of goodies, his bow turns and scrambles for the rolling pumpkin - gets that - and bolts towards Mom - who is also standing 'slack jawed' just off the end of the laneway. By this time, a little group of teeny kiddies, amorphous fairy wings stretching out behind half of them, and pointy black hats on the other half are just getting to the foot of the laneway ... (NEXT)
This is funny and scary on many levels.