WHAT WE DID: OCTOBER 28TH

Y'all take fun photos. All of those social network things you use were filled to the brim with photos of costumes we couldn't figure out and all of your beautiful faces. We liked 'em so much we had a hard time selecting which ones to include in our list. If you made it out to the Day of the Dead festival on Saturday, you know how awesome this weekend was. That, coupled with quite a few other events going on made for a great couple of days. Sadly, we haven't pigged out and taken photos of it for y'all in a while. You came to our rescue, though. Check out those food pics, Halloween shots and much more in the images below. And, as always, don't forget to include #WDDI in your photographs from week to week to be included in our Monday morning What We Did post. 

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The coffin races get bigger and bigger every year both in the amount of racers and in the number of attendees/near-fatalities. We love it more than we ever could have imagined.
The coffin races get bigger and bigger every year both in the amount of racers and in the number of attendees/near-fatalities. We love it more than we ever could have imagined.
Lots of businesses and individuals got in this mix. T-minus 363 days until 2014 coffin races. We're planning our coffin now. Probably won't be Dr. Who related. If you were there, you know why. 

Lots of businesses and individuals got in this mix. T-minus 363 days until 2014 coffin races. We're planning our coffin now. Probably won't be Dr. Who related. If you were there, you know why. 

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Kimberly Flanagan snagged this awesome pic. Hopefully she remained unharmed. 

Kimberly Flanagan snagged this awesome pic. Hopefully she remained unharmed. 

Of course, there's more to Denton's Day of the Dead fest than just the coffin races (but does there need to be). Lots of folks in costumes (like the Ms. Frizzle pictured above), plenty of vendors and wonderful entertainment were all over. 

Of course, there's more to Denton's Day of the Dead fest than just the coffin races (but does there need to be). Lots of folks in costumes (like the Ms. Frizzle pictured above), plenty of vendors and wonderful entertainment were all over. 

We were wowed by the sheer make-up talent at play on many attendees faces. The intricate, Day of the Dead designs were beautiful and everywhere you looked like this photo from reader Veronica. 

We were wowed by the sheer make-up talent at play on many attendees faces. The intricate, Day of the Dead designs were beautiful and everywhere you looked like this photo from reader Veronica. 

Humans weren't the only ones that got to dress up. This sad weiner dog got to be encased in a hotdog costume. Naomi Wood loved it enough to 'gram it.  

Humans weren't the only ones that got to dress up. This sad weiner dog got to be encased in a hotdog costume. Naomi Wood loved it enough to 'gram it.  

Cirque Du Horror was once again happening inside Dan's Silverleaf. We interviewed David Pierce about it a couple of years ago and like what he had to say. Reader Deborah Nepal was one of the many to take part. 

Cirque Du Horror was once again happening inside Dan's Silverleaf. We interviewed David Pierce about it a couple of years ago and like what he had to say. Reader Deborah Nepal was one of the many to take part. 

Of course, there were enough activities for youngins thrown in that we could call the event "family friendly." 

Of course, there were enough activities for youngins thrown in that we could call the event "family friendly." 

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The Day of the Dead fest wasn't the only thing happening this weekend. WDDI readers, being the food loving fatties that we all are got our fair share of eatin' in. Hutch snagged this shot of Crickle and Co.'s peanut butter cheesecake. 

The Day of the Dead fest wasn't the only thing happening this weekend. WDDI readers, being the food loving fatties that we all are got our fair share of eatin' in. Hutch snagged this shot of Crickle and Co.'s peanut butter cheesecake. 

Our buddy Michelle Bradley hit up brunch at Hannah's with some friends. Hannah's has been in What We Did a lot lately. Are they having a resurgence or is it a coincidence?  

Our buddy Michelle Bradley hit up brunch at Hannah's with some friends. Hannah's has been in What We Did a lot lately. Are they having a resurgence or is it a coincidence?  

Fix My Ride was an effort from the fine folks at Cross Timbers church to fix the automobiles of college students, single parents and others in need of repair but unable to pay. It was a resounding success and we will definitely let y'all know ASAP if they have another. You can help out, too. Click here to find out more. Pic from Bryce Olcon. 

Fix My Ride was an effort from the fine folks at Cross Timbers church to fix the automobiles of college students, single parents and others in need of repair but unable to pay. It was a resounding success and we will definitely let y'all know ASAP if they have another. You can help out, too. Click here to find out more. Pic from Bryce Olcon

If our schedule would let up a little, it would give us a chance to send our mascot, Glen Ferret, out to check out Dallas Comedy improv classes in Denton. Sarah Adams just makes them look so fun. 

If our schedule would let up a little, it would give us a chance to send our mascot, Glen Ferret, out to check out Dallas Comedy improv classes in Denton. Sarah Adams just makes them look so fun. 

Instagram video by @SundayPrintShop of Austere's shindig this weekend that we didn't get invited to. 

We also randomly stumbled across an OU/UNT quidditch match and were immediately sucked in by the game. It was surprisingly almost as violent as rugby. We caught on to the rules fairly quickly and can't wait to check out another game. More info here. 

We also randomly stumbled across an OU/UNT quidditch match and were immediately sucked in by the game. It was surprisingly almost as violent as rugby. We caught on to the rules fairly quickly and can't wait to check out another game. More info here

Reader Shaina Sheaff really dug UNT jazz professor, Stefan Karlsson's tunes last Thursday at Dan's.

Reader Shaina Sheaff really dug UNT jazz professor, Stefan Karlsson's tunes last Thursday at Dan's.