Odd Online Halloween Costumes to Buy Now
Halloween costumes can be odd but they can be odder if you buy them on the internet. Halloween is still weeks away so now is the time to get your costume online.
Here are some costumes that you can buy online and my thoughts:
Pregnant male fairy: It's a green Tinkerbell costume...with a fake pregnant belly. Here's the catch...it's intended for MEN only. Here's why you'd wear it:
You want to have a sympathy pregnancy with your wife or more likely you want to get out of Trick or Treating with the kids altogether. The wife sees that costume and then says "Stay home, I'll take the kids....true mission accomplished.
Attractive Skunk: Can a woman put on any animal ears and make it an attractive costume? Here's one way to find out. Why would a man want to wear it? He can blame "the smell" on the costume (instead of the dog).
Gorilla costume with a "Dime on Ring": You buy the gorilla suit online and then find a gumball machine that gives out rings.
Then tape a dime on it and you have a "Dime on Ring." Say "Dime on Ring" out loud and you'll get the play on words. The monetary price may not be much but it'll end up costing you a lot more if you give it as a Christmas gift to your fiance ...YOU'VE BEEN WARNED.
Tigger: This isn't weird, it just gives me a chance to show a picture of a very young Tara and me in the costume. I once got one of my co-hosts to wear Tigger for Groundhog Day and sent her to see her shadow...She's not here anymore.
Hey Traci, I have this great idea for Groundhog's Day next year.
If you order them now, you'll have them in time to wear at our Downtown Binghamton parade on Saturday, October 26th. It starts at 12 p.m. at the intersection of Main and Arthur and will travel past our studios at 59 Court Street.
TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PARADE! It's free for your group, business or family to join us, go here to let us know that you want to be a part of this Halloween tradition and once again it's FREE to be in it.
Our Downtown Binghamton Halloween Parade is sponsored by Planning With Purpose, Sonic, Stanley Law, Creature Comforts and Stoughton Farms. Go here to find out more about the parade and we'll see you on Saturday, October 26th.