Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Frankenstein hands, XXXL softball uniforms, fake hobo cigars, or sequined MooMoos


How is it that we always found ways to dress up? Halloween was always our time to show off what we had already been working on and perfecting ALL YEAR.
I don't recall any of my friends having dress up bins complete with plastic Frankenstein hands, XXXL softball uniforms, fake hobo cigars, or sequined MooMoos.
*Come on guys, admit it, you remember those items.*
And the dress up was not limited to the bin o' misfits, it soon evolved to looking for clothes in closets, bathroom cupboards, and the garage.
Who knew you could create wonder with half a plastic kick ball and roll of scotch tape. We did, that's who....

2 comments:

Matt Blattman said...

Come on now, the half-a-rubberball skull cap and scotchtape face modifications are pure genius, money moves!

SarahPyrah said...

I am truely surprised that I have not seen this patented and packaged for sales around this time of year....due to the possible choking hazzard and to avoid any liability, you could market as an "adult" costume and then you run a whole new level of retail demographic. Now...what to name it....(tapping my temple) what to name it...