What are you going to be for Halloween this year? A ghost? A princess? What about a superhero? Check out a few of the coolest costumes of 2006 - you're definitely going to be a hit on the spookiest night of the year!
Why don't you be a devil... in Prada? You don't actually have to dress in designer duds. Just take a plain T-shirt and write Prada all over it with a felt marker. Slip on red devil's horns and a tail and grab a pitchfork and you're good to go!
Halloween Costumes - Nacho Libre
Sometimes, you wear stretchy pants in your room, just for fun. Other times, you wear them to freak out your friends - just for fun of course! To turn yourself into a Lucha Libre wrestler, wear red spandex shorts over light blue spandex pants, as well as red boots and a red cape, which you can make by tying a blanket around your neck. The mask is optional since it's pretty hard to make, but you can buy it at the mall.
Halloween Costumes - The Return of Superman
Look, up in the sky (well, not exactly)! It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman... AND Clark Kent? In the same room? Here's a fun costume for you and a buddy, but you guys will have to decide who goes as who. All ya need for Clark Kent's costume are black plastic glasses, a nerdy tie, a collared shirt and a pair of khakis. To be his high-flying alter-ego, dress in head-to-toe blue (ditch the tights if they make you uncomfortable), put on a red cape, draw a red S on a piece of yellow cloth and ask your mom to sew it to your chest. We can help you with the costume, but you have to work on being faster than a speeding bullet on your own.
Halloween Costumes - Suck It Up and Be a Man!
Amanda Bynes did it in She's the Man and so can you, girl - dress up as a boy! If you have a brother, just borrow his clothes, like a shirt and tie or sweats and a T-shirt, and buy a boy's wig at the mall. Looking like a dude isn't enough - make sure you walk the walk and talk the talk too!
"sparkly_chick" wrote:Well, I actually did talk to her about it, and she always says I'm just being dramatic. I always ask about ironically, but it's always dramatic to her.
Whoops, calmly, not ironically. #IHateAutocorrect
If your sister has been feeling like that lately, ask her," What's wrong why have you been acting sooo weird towards me? " have her tell you and try to comfort her and if she doesnt tell you ask an adult bring an adult into the situation.