Caution: Both of these costumes will scar children for life. But which one is more repulsive to you: the bush flasher or the blow up doll? To prepare you for some of the heinous, inappropriate getups you’ll see on Halloween next week, we present to you our WTF?! Halloween Costume Contest. Keep reading »
Both equally repulsive and offensive Halloween costumes, my initial knee-jerk reaction to both the human ring toss costume and sex costume would be to crotch-kick the person wearing them. Unfortunately, doing so would likely land me behind bars— an ironic twist to my “Orange Is The New Black” costume.
Instead, let’s just vote on which Halloween costume is more WTF?! Keep reading »
Something happens to Halloween when you become an adult.
The holiday is no longer a night known for trick-or-treating, sugar highs and precious children dressed up as fairy tale characters. Instead, doom and dread take over as you retire your “skanky” [insert noun here] costume, and in turn, prepare yourself to be offended by the costumes you’ll encounter outside of the safe bubble you call home.
I won’t lie. Some of the costumes you’ll witness next week, worn by actual adult humans, will be offensive— some even repulsive. To prevent you from instinctually punching/cursing/upchucking when you come in contact with one of them, we’re kicking off the festivities with a WTF?! Costume Battle. Keep reading »
The Hunger Games is sooooooo last year, you guys. This year’s dystopian young adult series that older folks are late to the party on is Divergent by Veronica Roth. The books — there are two out, with a third hitting shelves in a few weeks — are being made into a movie series starring Shailene Woodley as Tris, the teenager born into the Abnegation faction (known for their selflessness) who decides to transfer to Dauntless (known for their bravery). Dressing up as Tris for Halloween simply requires a tough-meets-sexy all black wardrobe (a nice change from Abnegation’s dull grey style), comfy shoes (for jumping from trains, natch), and a few key fake tattoos — the three ravens on the collar bone representing Tris’ mother, father and brother, as well as the symbols for Abnegation and Dauntless on the shoulder blades. Get the details on the costume above, after the jump! Keep reading »
This year, why not ditch the sexy ninja costume and go topless? Not naked, silly — you might get arrested. I mean, get creative and transform your boobs into Halloween buppets. Buppeteer and Boobsmith Heidi Leigh is the master of making tits into people … and other things. Like, scary clowns. Truly, she has a gift. Click through to see some of the breast Halloween costume ideas ever, courtesy of Heidi’s website, Tits Thinks It’s People. Warning: you might see some nipple in the process. [TitThinksItsPeople]
Twerkin’ like Miley not your style this Halloween? Go the alternative route by channeling your inner teenage witchy goth as Lorde, the rising star on the pop scene. Lorde has got a thing for black mesh body-con dresses, almost black makeup, and the kind of jewelry that’s likely been cleansed by some new agey priestess. Memorize the lyrics to “Royals” or “Tennis Court,” wear your hair in long waves or plaited into a crown braid (as above) following this tutorial, and you’ll be a dead ringer for next year’s big Grammy winner (I predict, anyway). Deets on the items above, after the jump! Keep reading »