SauzaSin | How to Plan for a Halloween Party

Last updated on May 17th, 2021 at 10:33 pm

I kind of suck at Halloween.

It’s the time of the year where the crazy outfits come out, and dentists make a killing. Sure, I could always go to a store and buy a Batman costume or something, but this is only an indicator of a pattern that haunts me every year:

  1. I have an amazing idea for a Halloween costume. Past examples include Link from the Legend of Zelda series, King Bowser Koopa from the Super Mario Bros. series or a dark Medieval knight clad in some bad-ass armour. I’d win every costume competition and have every head in the room to see how awesome I looked!
  2. I realize that somehow it’s already late September or early October and there’s no way I’ll be able to put an awesome Halloween costume together in time.
  3. Get through Halloween with some mediocre store-bought costume, vowing that I’ll have something way more awesome next year.
  4. Spend the year doing everything but sort out a wicked costume idea.
  5. Repeat from Step 1.

So while this year saw no deviation from my annual ritual (as Justin would say, “Stay free to lofty ambitions”), there is, fortunately, no shortage of Halloween parties that’ll have me anyway.

PartyPeopleTO’s Cheval—August 17, 2012

Last updated on March 7th, 2021 at 01:08 am

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Pro Tip: It’s equally as important to do well in FRONT of the camera as you do BEHIND it.

I’ve been taking photos for the better part of a decade but it was always just a hobby that I dabbled in, taking photos of whatever struck my fancy.

But do something long enough, and your approach to it begins to change!

The more photos I took, the better the composition. The better the attention to detail. The better the equipment.

So, PartyPeopleTO marked my first foray into taking a hobby and starting to make it a profession!

Held the same night as Anita Chauhan’s birthday bash and a system-wide TTC stoppage, it was one of the craziest nights of the year so far!

Bottle service, wicked tunes and branded stickers abounded, setting PartyPeopleTO’s party within the party apart from the other club-goers! (Especially when a brawl broke out somewhere around 1:40 in the morning!)

My advice? The next time a PartyPeopleTO event is going down, make sure you sign up because Meg Button and her crew know how to throw down!!!

Go check out some photos from the event!

The second logo for Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad
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