I laughed so hard when I first hung it up from the ceiling rafters - I had no idea what I'd gotten myself into, but go big or go home, right? My husband was SO not amused.
He recently made the mistake of telling me of a fear of conjoined twins, and I had grand plans of making him a midget conjoined twin costume, but just didn't get to it. And I think he may divorce me if I do...but I can't not make it now...so next year there'll be another.
The Midget Clown Shark has long been under appreciated...so now I am quite glad!
I'm pretty sure I could whip up the midget conjoined twin costume in an evening...just need printer fabric, a photo of my husband, and a large floppy doll with it's head ripped off. Sew on my stuffed husbands head, sew the whole concoction to a shirt (preferable the midget clown shark shirt I made) and voila! Midget conjoined twin...
It seems that everyone is now excited for Halloween party. Some are still looking for the best costume to wear. Depending on your ultimate goal, your Halloween costume may end up being humorous or scary. Either way, Halloween is almost here, and also you had better get going if your costume is going to beat out the competition.
Pokey, you owe me a lung because I just busted mine laughing at the awesomely twisted grandeur of your Midget Clown Shark! You are an evil genius with a wonderfully off-beat sense of humor and I tip my hat to your creative, gut-bustingly amusing psychological torture of your husband. ;-) And I mean that in a totally positive way. Can't wait for next year's conjoined midget twin. You could make it out of papier mâché, a la Michael from The Office.