So what if she only has one leg? This creative lady didn’t let a missing limb prevent her from putting together a kick ass Halloween costume. She has done the “fragile” (pronounced FRA – GEEL – LAY) lamp from “A Christmas Story” proud. No more complaining that it’s too hard to find a costume. Get to work, people! [The Daily What]
Looking for a truly scary Halloween costume this year? Try a Staten Island mama with mob ties who knows guys that’ll cut your arms off and dump them in the East River if you look at her wrong. In other words, Renee Graziano from VH1′s “Mob Wives.”
Renee is the baddest mob wife on “Mob Wives” by far: she screams, she cries, she threatens, and she cooks up a mean dish of homemade meatball parm. What’s not to love? (I mean, minus the ex-husband and father in prison part.)
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So Halloween isn’t my favorite holiday at the moment, owing in part to getting dumped around the holiday last year, and having not-so-fond memories of waking up November 1 last year still drunk and covered in corn syrup blood (and that junk does NOT come out of your sheets very easily, let me tell you.) So anyway, whoops!
But I am kind of excited about this pumpkin carving tutorial I stumbled upon, which shows you how to make cool jack-o-lantern cut-outs using cookie cutters! Find out how, after the jump.
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You’ve seen one meth head, you’ve seen ‘em all. Ditto for cokeheads, dope fiends, and alcoholics. That’s why A&E’s “Intervention” can get a little stale. Thankfully, there are occasionally people like Allison on the show to remind us, “Wait, you can get addicted to that?” Allison appeared a few seasons ago, but she’s kind of gone down in history as the show’s most memorable addict because of her intense addiction to huffing computer duster which she buys in bulk from Staples. Allison is possibly best known for saying in a singsong-y voice, high on the dust, “I’m walking on sunnnnnshiiiiiiine!” And so am I, every time I watch this episode. (I don’t mean to downplay or make light of the seriousness of Allison’s addiction — I am very glad to hear she is in recovery and doing well.) In a sea of Snookis, Allison makes for the perfect unique reality TV-inspired Halloween costume. Find out how to get her look after the jump! Keep reading »
“The Real Housewives of New York City”‘s Ramona Singer is something of a life inspiration. She’s bold, she’s brash, and she doesn’t let a little thing like cultural insensitivity or completely inappropriateness get in the way of a good time. And that’s a great thing for us, because that makes her all the more entertaining. Ramona, with her crazy eyes and her constant companion, Pinot Grigio, bends for no one. And in Ramona’s world, it’s always “Turtle Time,” whatever the hell that is. Find out what elements you need for your own Ramona Singer Halloween costume, after the jump… Keep reading »
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.