If you want to dress up as a Disney character for Halloween, there are so many to choose from: Snow White, Cinderella, Aladdin, Tinkerbell, and a plethora of colorful villains are all popular choices. But Rob Cockerham wanted to take the whole “Disney costume” idea to the next level; he wanted to dress up as Disneyland. Like, literally the entire theme park. He created the whole thing himself out of foamboard, paint, and accurate maps of the park, giving his face a prime spot in Cinderella’s Castle. Check out more photos of the finished product and the process at his website, and head over to YouTube to see a video of Rob’s costume in action, narrated by his adorable son. [The Mary Sue]
This may come as a shock to you, but life-sized vaginas and costumes of fictional characters receiving fellatio are considered poor taste.
While I personally feel private parts and oral sex are just dandy in their natural forms, it’s different when a human adult is parading around town with his massive labia on display for all to see (even if he says he’s just a man in a boat).
So here we are. We’re down to the final two WTF?! Halloween Costumes in our battle, and the last duel is between “Little Man in a Canoe” and “Down For The Count.” Keep reading »
OMFG. A baby in an LED costume. These are the moments when I long to be a parent — so I can dress my baby up to look like a glow-in-the-dark stick figure on Halloween. Please, please, please parents of the world, let me live vicariously through you by putting this glow-y thing on your baby next week. [Videogum]
If you’re not planning to hand out candy or take your niece trick-or-treating, chances are you’ll be spending this Halloween at a party. Whether your soiree of choice is a crazy frat party, a high-end fundraiser, a random house party, or a costume contest at a bar, the signs that a Halloween party has run its course are always the same. Here are 10 indicators that it’s time to pack up your broomstick and head home… Keep reading »
Nana would be so proud.
Probably two of the most distasteful Halloween costumes I’ve ever seen are going head-to-er … head for the second round of Semi-Finals in our WTF?! Costume Battle! Keep reading »
Some of us are A-OK with being a sexy pizza slice for Halloween, but others would like the opportunity to buy a costume that’s more full-coverage. Perhaps an entire pizza? Or a pizza maker? A petition penned to Halloween costume retailer Party City’s CEO requested that very thing — realistic, non-sexy costume options for women. Jezebel reports that petition was started by high school senior, Maya Behn, although Change.org sites Shira Eliaser (who appears to be a teacher) as the author. Either way, it’s a kickass petition because it manages to make its point without a hint of slut shaming. According to Jezebel, Behn’s goal is not for Party City to get “rid of its current costumes, because a lot of women do like to express themselves that way,” but rather give young women more options. Check out an excerpt from the letter after the jump. Keep reading »
Letttt’s get ready to rumbllleeeeeee!
After tons of votes flooded in, the first two costumes in our WTF?! Halloween Costume Battle have made it to the semi-finals. Keep reading »
There are so many things wrong with both of these costumes.
We present to you a vampire receiving oral sex, hence the clever name “Down For The Count,” and the literal interpretation of the “Shit Hitting The Fan.”
I would not—I repeat—would NOT have sex with either of these people on even my most intoxicated, free-love feelin’ night. So tell us, which one triggered your gag reflex the most? Vote above to get in on the action. Keep reading »
There are so many options for Halloween costumes and so many of them seem to be awful. This year, we’ll be giving awards out to the best of the worst the holiday has to offer.
I can understand wanting to be something scary for Halloween, but the Stalker Man costume and with the exceptionally, long, snakey arms reads creepy as fuck rather than frightening. I mean, does any man really want to play up his threatening side? Approach a lady while wearing this costume — or anyone for that matter — and they’ll probably call the cops. [$49.99 Spirit Halloween]
I haven’t been religiously watching
HBO’s Showtime’s “Masters Of Sex” — which is about sex researchers Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson — but any show that would inspire a Halloween costume that involves carrying around a giant dildo vibrator is fine by me! Get the deets on how to dress up as Lizzy Caplan’s character after the jump! Keep reading »