Night Moves: Who Are You Supposed To Be?

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We'd really like to hear the thinking behind some of the costume choices our nightlife photographers caught out in Dallas last weekend.

Why do I always wait till Halloween night to come up with a costume? Thank god I've got this green body stocking, matching mask and blue running shoes. [Always Sunny reference, got it.]

Girls didn't go for my homemade sci-fi cartoon character costume last year... but what if I make a sci-fi cartoon character from a cardboard box?

Hey, I think I'll go as Reagan's banana.

See more of the mind-blowing costumes at the Cavern and Zubar in this week's spooky-ish Night Moves set.

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