The character Cherry Darling from the movie Planet Terror startled folks when they saw that one of her legs was a machine gun. Then it inspired some women to recreate the scene. Now, if you are a beautiful amputee like Lacey Henderson, who gained note as a college cheerleader a few years ago, you can make hay by cosplaying the character at fan events. Henderson has a webpage with instructions for those who aren't amputees on how to recreate the Cherry Darling look, and an annual competition is held for the best machine-gun-leg costume.
In 1887, Oregon became the first state to celebrate Labor Day as a legal holiday. In 1894, the rest of the United States followed suit when President Cleveland signed the holiday into law after political pressure created by his suppression of the Pullman Strike. Cleveland, aware that he needed to appease the labor movement, pressed for nationwide recognition of the first Monday in September as Labor Day.
Alright, guys. It’s time to get you dressed and ready for Halloween 2019. We know how important it is to really stand out on Halloween, so we’ve got the best men’s adult Halloween costume ideas for you to choose from! From funny costumes to scary costumes and so much more, we have everything you need to stand out at every party you attend! If you’d rather show some love for your favorite characters, then you can transform yourself into your favorite on-screen pal! Our Overwatch costumes for adults are the perfect way to show off your gamer side and you’ll look great while doing it! Take a shot at becoming your favorite Cobra Kai character, or prepare for a fight with an officially licensed Street Fighter costume. Throw it back with a Napoleon Dynamite costume or keep it classic in an officially licensed Billy Butcherson costume that will make heads turn! Whichever on-screen character you choose, you’ll be sure to stand out! We know how important it is to have the greatest costume around, and that’s why we think our KFC costumes will be finger-lickin’ good! Want to be scary? If you want to make a few trick-or-treaters jump, you’ll find the scariest Halloween costume ideas right here at Spirit. Sam from Trick ‘r Treat is always ready to enforce the Halloween rules, and once the trick or treaters see you dressed up as the horror movie classic character, they’ll be on their best behavior. Not scary enough? Dress up as Michael Myers and you’ll be sure to get a few screams in on Halloween night! Our selection of adult Halloween costumes for 2019 is nearly endless, so you shouldn’t have any problem finding a costume that’s the perfect fit!
Ben Carpenter is a cosplayer who uses a wheelchair. For this year’s Tampa Bay Comic Con, he and his group became the cast of Mad Max: Fury Road. Ben was Max in the scene where he was strapped to the front of a vehicle in order to supply blood to the driver. He used his wheelchair in the upright position for the vehicle, driven by a friend and accompanied by other characters from the movie. They won the award for Best Group Cosplay. Of course they did.
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There was a time during the first half of the 20th century when having three to four children was seen as the ideal number for parents, with 35 percent of moms between 40 and 44 having four children or more. Those numbers have been reversing for several decades—and now, the average American family consists of 3.14 people. On top of that, only 12 percent of women in their early forties have four children or more.
Instructables member onebrokenneck made a robot couple for a costume competition. These classic Hollywood-style robots are made of aluminum, but according to the build process at Instructables, you can probably use cardboard instead if you don't have a metal shop. The arms and legs are dryer ducts, and various LED gizmos were used to give them an electric personality.
Here at BestProducts.com, we start planning our Halloween costumes early. Like, really early. We wouldn't dare be that person looking for a last-minute costume — and neither should you. There's nothing worse than someone asking you, "What are you supposed to be?" And apparently we’re not alone in our love for dressing up: Americans spent more than $3 billion on costumes last year.