Monday, October 31, 2005

Hey hey, everybody's got a new face

Maybe you wanted to see this, and maybe you don't... but I'm not the type of guy who mollycoddles those with sensitive stomachs. If you've got economic girly-men for intestines, then you'll want to stay away from the blog for a while, lest you see:

Thanks (or blame, if you prefer) to Michelle Malkin for reminding the world.

No, you're right, that wasn't very fair at all. I'm the goatse of the Halloween Costume world. But it's all in keeping of the disturbing horror of the holiday at hand... rather like East German art films.

Anyway, in order for you to avoid having your dumb mug plastered across the intertron for smarmy-assed punks like me to make fun of, try this on for size. (Thanks, blogthings!) My only complaint with it is that it does not contain a possibility for one's ideal costume to be Raj, from What's Happening!!
Overshadowing that one error is the fact that it contains a short list of bizarre phobias, a subject I've always thought interesting, but was too apathetic to spend energy on learning. Therefore, I thought I was cool by proxy for knowing triskadekaphobia, (Fear of the number 13) but that's far outclassed by Helmintophobia.
A much longer list of other exciting phobias can be found here (thanks, Google!)

If you're not doing anything else tonight, shoot me out an email - we're still looking for a Dwayne.


Blogger Stewed Hamm said...

The pathetic fat man in the Underdog costume is, of course, our former Vice President and noted internet-inventor Albert "Dutch Elm Disease" Gore. Perched next to him would be his wife, Tipper. (who in a just world, would be lobbying for putting parental warnings on this picture)

If I recall correctly, their costume for "Homey the Clown being abducted by Dolly Parton" won 3rd prize at the Washington Post costume contest that year.

9:08 AM, October 31, 2005  

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