So as I told you guys last week, every year I go to the Halloween Parade in Greenwich Village and see some kick-ass costumes. This year was a little different. I went to the parade, but instead of spending most of the time checking out other people’s constumes and chasing them down for a pic, I spent most of my time having people chase me down and asking me to pose for pics. I did a couple costume with my girlfriend and we were huge hits with the crowd. We dressed up as John McCain and Sarah Palin’s myspace pages.
Now going into the week I had no intention of doing anything Palin or McCain related, even though my girl wanted to make fun of her real bad. I just knew there would be a ton of them out there. However after I got the idea to do this I had to give it some consideration. When I finished making their fake pages and filling every little part with jokes I started to get real excited about the costumes. The finished product came out even better than I expected. Here are some of my favorites from the night (use that rec button if you enjoy!)…
There we are. We had to make sure that people knew what side we were on.
Two of my favorites from the night. The BEST joker costume there, and a very beautiful Freda costume.
NEWS TEAM ASSEMBLE! The anchorman cast, followed by a Micheal Phelps impersonator who must’ve been freezing his balls off.
Joe Six-Pack and his hockey mom friend, followed by little Barack and Michelle Obama. They were so darned cute.
Pretty cool Gambit costume here. Also we met the bailout plan.
Barack Obama himself. He was a pretty good sport.
I’ll leave you with this video of us getting booed (which happened all night) and the Palin myspace page for your reading pleasure. The McCain page modules are in my photos if anyone wants to see more. I might put them up later. The video is short, but it’s just a sample of the craziness we encountered. We had to keep yelling “WE ARE PRO OBAMA! OBAMA 08 PEOPLE.” I kept telling people I would take their health care and bomb their homelands if I was elected president. Call it creative license.