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WatchMojo.com gets the scoop on the latest trends for Halloween from the kids themselves.
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Kids Talk Halloween with Comedian Scott Girls: Trick or Treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat. Scott Falconbridge: Hi, Scott Falconbridge for watchmojo.com. We’re going to be talking to some kids to find out what the latest trends are for this year’s Halloween. What are you going to be dressed up as for Halloween? Girl 1: A fairy. Girl 2: Hello Kitty. Girl 3: A Butterfly. Girl 4: Sleeping Beauty. Girl 5: Princess. Girl 6: A princess and I have a dress is colored all pink and its crystal on here. Scott Falconbridge: What do you want to be for Halloween? Boy 1: I don’t know about that. Scott Falconbridge: What do you think about being a – a space man? Boy 1: You know – Scott Falconbridge: You’re kind of okay with whatever you get for Halloween as a costume wise? Boy 1: Yeah. Scott Falconbridge: Do you know what you’re going to be this Halloween? Boy 2: A prince. Scott Falconbridge: Are you going to be any specific kind of prince? Boy 2: Yeah. Scott Falconbridge: What were you last year? Boy 1: Batman. Scott Falconbridge: When you were Batman – did you do a good job being a scary Batman? Boy1: I wasn’t a scary Batman, I was a regular one. Scott Falconbridge: What are you going to dress up as? Girl 7: A witch, Scott Falconbridge: What do you think you’re going to say to people when you go up as a witch? Girl 7: A witch sound – Scott Falconbridge: Can you show me what a witch sounds like? Girl 7: Nyehehehehe – Scott Falconbridge: That’s an excellent witch, have you played a witch before? Girl 7: No way, I don’t have Barbie but I still have the costume. I just buy it. Scott Falconbridge: I see so you’ve moved passed Barbie, now you’re doing the witch thing? Girl 7: Yeah. Scott Falconbridge: What do you say when you go up to the door for Halloween? What kind of things do you say? Girl 5: Pomp, pomp – Scott Falconbridge: Pomp, pomp? Girl 6: May I have candy please? Scott Falconbridge: What do you think I should dress up this Halloween? Girl 5: You could dress up like a skeleton. Scott Falconbridge: I could dress up like a skeleton? Girl 5: Skeleton with bones. Scott Falconbridge: What do you think I should dress as for this Halloween? Boy 1: A scarecrow -- Scott Falconbridge: What kind of sounds does a scarecrow make? Boy 1: No sounds -- Scott Falconbridge: I don’t get to make any sounds? Boy 1: Not if you’re a real one. Scott Falconbridge: What kind of other costumes do you think you might want to do? Girl 5: Be a bat. Scott Falconbridge: What does a bat sound like? Girl 5: Hoooovvv, Hooooooovvv, Hooooovv – Scott Falconbridge: What do you think about the – a pirate. Do you think I could be a good pirate? Boy 1: Yeah, I think so – Scott Falconbridge: Argh! Boy 1: That was good. Scott Falconbridge: Do you think they’d give me a candy if I did that? Girl 1: No – Scott Falconbridge: Why not? Girl 1: Because you have to ask nicely. Scott Falconbridge: Argh! Where is my candy, pretty please? Girl 1: You can’t say Argh! Scott Falconbridge: I can’t say Argh, wow, you’re a tough customer. Argh! What do you think? Is that a good pirate look? Boy 2: A bad pirate, a bad pirate. Scott Falconbridge: Do you think you’re going to be a good pirate or a bad pirate? Boy 2: A bad pirate. Scott Falconbridge: Show me you’re bad pirate. Boy 2: Argh! Scott Falconbridge: Try it one more time, okay one, two, three go! Boy 2: Argh! Scott Falconbridge: Give me a really loud one just – just to scare me. Girl 3: Argh! Girl 7: Argh! Girl 6: Argh! Scott Falconbridge: Thank you, are you taking my pirate hat away? Girl 5: Argh! Girl 1: Argh! Scott Falconbridge: That’s a pretty impressive pirate. It is plastic. You want to try to be the pirate? I understand I feel kind of ridiculous myself. What’s your second favorite holiday after Halloween? Girl 5: I go home and watch TV. Scott Falconbridge: What do you think of Christmas, do you like Christmas? Girl 5: We make snowman on Christmas. Scott Falconbridge: How do you feel about Christmas? Girl 6: I wear my pink dress with the crystal looking. Scott Falconbridge: Alright, give me five. Girl 5: Bye, bye.