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Celebrate and welcome 2013 in your cosplay finest

CosParty is where anime, sci-fi, game, and general geek enthusiasts can party and ring in the New Year – be it as a rookie or die-hard cosplay fan. There's something gloriously surreal about holding conversations dressed up as something extraterrestial and/or fluffy. Will your topic of conversation still be: "And what do you do?" We reckon not. In fact, we've got some chat-up lines for you:

"I'm Captain Kirk... would you like to pet my tribble?"

"Can you unzip my furry suit? I need to manoeuvre."

"My tail likes you."

"You're gorgeous. Aren't you that Penny from Big Bang Theory?"

CosParty details

Address
629 Bourke St, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 1300 438 849

Transport
Nearby Stations: Southern Cross

Price $50.00 to $65.00

Date Mon 31 Dec 2012

Open 6pm-late

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