If you think dressing your kid up for Halloween as a pack of Marlboro Reds is funny, than you will love this video and you are most definitely related to Chris Monroe. It takes a lot to offend me, and I will tell you even I wouldn't put a kid in most of these costumes.
The annual tradition of playing a scrimmage game in their Halloween costumes continues again this year at San Diego State University. Among this years notable costumes included a first baseman who is supposed to be President Obama (He takes his mask off once the game starts), a third baseman dressed as a baby (I felt this costume was the creepiest of all), and a San Diego Chargers cheerleader who
There are plenty of ideas a person can come up with to dress up as for Halloween. Superheroes, classic movie monsters, the ever popular zombie, the list goes on and on. Included in that long list are people who are a bit more creative and sometimes even controversial with their Halloween costumes.
Now this is the kind of Halloween story we love. TheFW reader Kevin Fritz saw our post on inspirational wheelchair costumes and was, in fact, inspired. He made this awesome costume of Yoshi from 'Mario Kart.'
Maybe it's the $2,000 wig, maybe it's that we wound up using some really old makeup we found under the sink (thanks, Sandy), but something makes celebrity Halloween costumes seem more glamorous than ours. Here are just a few of our favorites from this year. And yes, that is Ellen DeGeneres dressed up as Sofia Vergara. And Miley Cyrus as Nicki Minaj. Apparently this year famous people decided that
Josh Sundquist wears a lot of hats. He's a motivational speaker, a best-selling author, a vlogger, former member of the paralympic ski team and US amputee soccer team and the founder of a social networking website for persons with amputations.
He's also a cancer survivor, and it was that disease which took his leg at age 10.
We've smothered the masses with costume ideas for you and your crew, and/or quite possibly soon to be epic wheelchair. Fortunately, we haven't forgotten the rest of you friendless, internet-loving basement dwellers out there. Yes, it's time to make your clever 2012 "meme" costume.