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A group enjoy themselves at the Glitterball Halloween party at alife club in Tokyo on Wednesday night.

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Strange choice of costumes for a Hallowe'en party. Pretty lazy turning up in your normal cosplay gear.

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wish there was a better picture of zebra girl!

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Starts with L, rhymes with Game.

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Isn't Halloween on the 31st?

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Do I know that girl?!

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And why hold your event on a Wednesday night?

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Club alife? As in, these folks need to get one?

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I went to it at Womb in Shibuya last year just coz I could get in for free. Yeah, it did rhyme with game and not to mention so crowded that it made the Den-En Toshi line in rush hour look like a picnic. The whole affair was just like their Metropolis podcast. As in cliched and overly "try-hard".

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For some reason the turqoise, pink, blue and red costumes remind me of Afghanistan...

Definitely better than last year's Glitterball photo.

Altia: Do I know that girl?!"

You wish!

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Why hold a Halloween party on Wednesday when Halloween is actually on a Saturday. How often is Halloween actually on a weekend and they're throwing the party on Wednesday?!?!?!?

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cheaper to rent out the club on a weekday than a weekend = make more money?

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Yeah looks like a lame party. Hope the girls in the pic didnt go home with any of those people and regret it, cause if so they wake up this morning and their pic already on internet.

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Pukey2, Altria

In Japan, they hold Halloween events anytime in the week leading up to Oct 31. There was a big Halloween parade in Omotesando last Sunday, for example.

I was at the party last night, and fortunately, it wasn't as crowded as last year. But it certainly wasn't lame as some readers claim. Everyone seemed to have a good time and there were some gorgeous women as usual. Policewomen costumes were the most popular among the girls. They gave away trips to the U.S. and Singapore and one-night stays for two at all the 5-star hotels, dinners for two, tickets to the Bledisloe Cup, etc.

Alas, I didn't win anything, not even a raffle.

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Nothing wrong with a Halloween party on a Wednesday. Nothing stopping you from going to two parties, or even ten. Nothing wrong with making Halloween a week long event. Since Christmas decorations are already coming out, I will be sick of Christmas before December hits. I never seem to get sick of Halloween.

And a quartet of Power Rangers? I wish I had some friends I could coordinate like that with. My friends might have more original costumes, but darned if you can plan anything with them.

To sum up, quit your belly-aching and enjoy.

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Should be called Critterball, 100yen shop pumpkin banner hanging in the background, classic trash type of a party.

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Is that girl actually checking her emails on her phone while posing for a pic? Dang, these girls really don't know when to just put the phone away.

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Glitterball

Did anyone dress up as Gary?

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I was there, too. It was fun but I miss the Velfarre days. The only thing that bugged me last night was during the costume contest when one idiot foreigner, who seemed unhappy that he wasn't among the finalists, pranced about on the stage in front of the MC and the 12 finalists until security hustled him off.

There was another uninvited moron who got up on stage and started squeezing his makeshift balls, squirting a milky substance at the audience. Fortunately, he was hustled off, too, because some of the audience were getting ready to deck him.

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With such beautiful women all over this country, why would you want to get excited about that ?

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Is that girl actually checking her emails on her phone while posing for a pic? Dang, these girls really don't know when to just put the phone away.

This is what they call real relationships in Japan.

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Is that a bloke?

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"Is that a bloke?"

Who?

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That thing with suspiciously big hands in the bunny girl outfit.

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Japanese culture at its finest. Yawn.

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