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Dressing the part: Scariest Halloween costume ever

Posted by Robin Abrahams  October 24, 2012 12:12 PM

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This costume, according to the creator, is "guaranteed to generate some strong reactions, both positive and negative!" He made it for his own wife when she was pregnant. "You could tell as she was handing out the candy that some people thought she was REALLY sick. People either laughed out loud, or were unable to hide their disgust. Either way, it was AWESOME."


pregcostume.jpg What do you think? I love it. It's the trick-or-treat bucket that makes it. It's one thing to envision a kind of monster fetus ... but one that wants candy and knows it is a whole 'nother level of creepy.
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