Just in time for Christmas, you can now be the proud owner of a candy-striped Holiday Mustache! So festive, so merry. And now you’ll look just as good as one of Santa’s elves.
This Holiday Mustache resembles the mustache that elves grow immediately after going through puberty. As children, elves eat so many candy canes that red dye builds up in them, resulting in ruddy cheeks, incessant merriment and pink sweat. Then, when they get their first facial hair, it comes out red and white striped. Actual elf mustaches smell of peppermint, but this one doesn’t.
A Christmas yarmulke? A company named Yamaclaus has put a Christmas spin on the Jewish head covering. Ha, I’m not sure if this is clever or offensive. Maybe both? The festive cap sells for $12.95 and includes a hair clip. Merry Christmas?
Prankster and funny man Jack Vale got into the Halloween spirit by scaring people in a Grim Reaper Costume. As you can imagine, much hilarity ensues. It’s an impressive costume, one that requires stilts. In full costume, Vale stands 8 feet tall! I would be scared, too. Well done, Sir, and Happy Halloween!
I stumbled onto this old photo of actor George Reeves. Here he is in full costume from the 1950′s Adventures of Superman, posing with the Easter Bunny. Ha, he must have visited a school or something. Does anyone else think the rabbit costume looks a little creepy?
It’s amazing just how outdated that Superman costume looks. Here’s a side-by-side comparison with the upcoming Man of Steel costume. Wow, that’s quite a difference!
Minka the Pug just got her birthday present… a bunny costume for Easter! Very cute, but Minka doesn’t seem all that thrilled. Ha, what a sweet girl. Well, hopefully she’ll hop on board as Easter gets closer.