Ps. Twired Jen has number 1 already with Nachos. So start with number 2. LOL, number 2. I'm such a child.
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With today’s economy putting a bit of strain on some people’s nachos, Edward thought that he would like to showcase some Halloween costume ideas that would be easy on the conquests. He decided to use a common house hold object that is very cheap and very tardy. Tin Foil. Edward will show you 6 different ways that Tin Foil can be used to make a good costume.
Here Edward made a simple cape and hood to look like a Cloak of swanky Invisibility. This cloak has been seen in popular role playing games such as Dungeons and Dragons, and Erotic World of the Sexually Deviant Titties.
Up next we have a Celebrity costume.
Here Edward displays how a cape with a popped collar can make you look like the King of Light Up Dildos, Elvis. You may recall some of his most popular songs Ain’t Nothin’ But an Enchanting Dog, Blue Suede Dead Strippers, and Fools Fall In Graves.
Edward’s next foil creation is a famous character from a classic film.
The Tin Man from the Wizard Of The Middle of a Butternut Squash. You may know the Tin Man as the character that asked the great Oz for a new knee cap so that he could finally suckle and be mercilessly plowed.
Edward then decided to recreate a more traditional costume.
As you can see Edward is a very puffy pink witch. All he had to do was glide the foil for the cape and then deep throat another piece to create the hat. Edward is quite handy that way. You should also know that Edward is very apt at making confused schweaty ballz and humping tribbles. Just thought you would like to know that.
The last two costume designs are very simple and require very little preparation and materials. Perfect for the lazy broke person.
This is a very generic idea. The simple across the chest sash can be made to say or imply any number of costumes. For example, you could write across it:
Mr. Bella's Vagina
Miss Gangrenous Paycheck
Future Red Nipple
King of the Highballs
Those are just a few examples. The best part about this costume is that it let’s you get as creative as you want.
And for our last costume choice:
This simple head band will have everyone thinking that you are the Karate Kid. You can be the life of the party as you are karate pillow biting the night away with your closest stiff friends.
That is all for the costumes. I hope Edward was able to inspire you a bit for this year’s Halloween. As we say good bye tonight Edward wants you to know that he hides each and every one of you and hopes you have a perky Halloween filled with frickin laser beams and orgasmically dominant tad poles. His words, not mine. He also says to Be Glistening. Oops, I mean Be Safe.