Sorry, but unless it’s Halloween, I guess I’m never really going to get the whole skeleton aesthetic thing — keep your bones inside your body, I say! So this skeleton hand bracelet by Delfina Delettrez is less than appealing. What’s next? Spleen rings? Intestine earrings? Yeah, yeah, I know, I sound like someone’s mom. [The Daily What] Keep reading »
And after this cover was shot, Martha made a lovely butterfly stew with moth foam for supper. No, seriously, what is she supposed to be? Lady Gaga meets “The Silence of the Lambs”? Put the lotion in the basket or else she’ll turn “Born This Way” on again? Gah. [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »
Halloween is like Christmas for single people. Everyone is out and about, dressed up like their biggest fantasy. Hawtness! And as a lady on the lookout for man candy, everywhere you turn is a treat. But only one thing can stop you from gettin’ a lil’ somethin’-somethin’ in your pillowcase— a seriously unsexy and unfunny costume. You have to tap one of those two genres to charm the pants off someone. Warning: wearing something like this vegetable costume here will keep you a virgin. Sorry, buddy, broccoli is not an aphrodisiac. Plus, it looks a lot like a fungus or mold in costume form and no one wants to put their crotch on those. So, because we’ve got your back this Halloween, here are 12 more costumes gals should avoid.
When you think of “Sesame Street”‘s Big Bird, you might not automatically think “sexy.” But, ah, that’s where you’d be wrong. If this year’s sexy adult Halloween costumes are any indication, Big Bird is very sexy. After the jump, 10 more strange-as-hell “sexy” costumes. And tell us: What’s the weirdest, most inappropriate “sexy” Halloween costume you’ve ever seen?
Kindergartner Madison really loves makeup and has a very patient mama who helps make instructional videos. This one features Madison showing off her latest Halloween creations — a sunflower face! In other news, have you ever noticed how little kids talk like drunk adults? [Rats Off
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Yesterday, we read a heartwarming story about a mother who supported her five-year-old son’s “gay” costume choice. But a mother of a 12-year-old boy in Arizona wasn’t so understanding when her son wanted to go trick-or-treating as “gay Justin Bieber.” The mother grounded her son for his “disrespectful” costume choice. And the boy retaliated against this costume censorship by pulling a knife on his mom and threatening to kill her. That’s when the police were notified and the boy was arrested. OK, this is awful. Acknowledged. But I am still trying to figure out what a “gay Justin Bieber” costume would look like. Anyone? It must have been really intense to spark an act of extreme ‘tween disobedience. But then again, J-Biebs just seems to illicit insanity in ‘tweens. [AZ Central] Keep reading »