Lobster For Dinner: Prepping for Halloween

We are having lobster for dinner, Jonathan Swift style.
In A Modest Proposal II, all babies will be dressed like the food it is supposed to emulate.
Kind of like the way tofu is disguised to be meat-like.

This picture, of course, was taken before the "lobster" was boiled alive to perfection.
If you want to dress your kids like delicious foods, you can find their accoutrements at amazon.

If your child is a little older, wait. Do people that read this have kids? I don't even know if that is a demographic we are shooting for.

Anyway, if you know a kid that trick-or-treats, or you want to reminisce about the wonderful world of trick-or-treating, I recommend that you check out 1000 Awesome Things: Strategic Trick-or-Treating.

Here is a sample:
"In terms of where to go trick-or-treating, there’s always a lot of chatter about getting a drive over to the rich neighborhood for the big score. People would have you believe that the rich enjoy lavishing children with unopened boxes of twinkies and full cases of root beer. But that’s a lie! Rich people got rich by being cheap and their massive front yards will just slow you down. That’s right, you’ll be navigating wrought-iron fences, duck-shaped hedges, and koi ponds instead of ringing doorbells. Instead, aim for the new neighborhood with little kids and the all-important densely packed homes.
And if anyone really needs to tell you this. Don't bring this fat baby out for the night. Where are you gonna put all your candy?