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Longtime Leaguer and now Signal Corpsman Maxwell (aka: Cowgirl Funk) has submitted a response to at least half the interactivity. She gets a gold star!
Maxwell, take it away...
I have a soft spot for the Peanuts gang and assumed that It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is a treasured and easily recognizable part of Halloween Americana. In this delightful Halloween classic, Charlie Brown cuts too many holes in his ghost costume, and only receives rocks when the gang goes out for "Tricks or Treats".
This, like most of my terrible costumes, was an overestimation of cultural relevance, and suffered further from poor execution. Instead of cutting holes I opted to draw too many eye-holes onto my white ghost cloth. The costume may have made more sense in a group of other ghosts, with a little more context. Instead I looked like a ghost dalmatian with a bag of rocks. Good grief.
A selection of additional poor costume choices:
- Abstract Art
- Steve Prefontaine
- A dead model from the 1999 GAP Mellow Yellow, "Everyone in Chords" Campaign
As a quick aside, I would have paid good money to see you in the Prefontaine outfit.