Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Halloween

If anyone is still looking for last minute Halloween costumes, here are a few politically-themed ideas:


At the Party...

Senate Page: Black dress, white gloves, and long braided pony tail. Be sure to hold up home made "Stop Harper" stopsign at the most inoportune moments - when people are making out, going to the bathroom, etc...

Gilles Duceppe: This may be your last chance to wear the costume (or not), so pull out the hairnet for nostalgia's sake. Start the night with 47 paper seats glued to your shirt, and gradually shed them until there are only 4 left.

Ruth Ellen Brosseau: Long blond wig, and a Vegas t-shirt. The good thing about this one is you might win the Best Costume prize, even if you skip most of the party.


Going Door-to-Door...

Rob Ford & Marg Delahunty: This year's top couples costume. The woman ears a Xena-ish dress and barges into homes asking for candy, even if their lights are off. The man wears a suit and whenever parents ask "and who are you?", he fucking tells them.

Thomas Mulcair: Wear a suit, with a fake beard. Complain about how unfair it is to be trick-or-treating in a low-candy neighbourhood and make it clear to your neighbours you will only knock on their door if they meet your candy demands.

Bob Rae: Flash your super elite card on the doorstep to get extra candy.

Rocco Rossi: Shave head and spend the evening telling loud bombastic stories about yourself. When trick-or-treating, do the first pass of your block wearing a red shirt then do a second pass wearing a blue shirt. Act surprised, if people refuse to give you candy the second time around.

2 Comments:

  • I once went as Preston Manning for Halloween. It was Toronto, so people were indeed scared.

    By Anonymous hosertohoosier, at 10:57 PM  

  • A little too late to suggest going as a McGuinty windbag -- err, windmill: demand twice as much candy as last year, then give 10% back. Tell them you'll be raising your demands by another 50% over the next couple years and they should be grateful that you're giving them a break.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:31 PM  

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