Today is ANOTHER friends birthday, who has requested the theme of Craig David. So with this ghetto request I have decided to go for the classic Craig David look ala the album cover of his debut album, Born To Do It. Happy Birthday Ganga!
On March 10 1997, Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer debuted on the WB. Ever since I was a young girl, I have loved Buffy. It originally started when I was 7 and my family rented the Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie with Kristy Swanson and Luke Perry. That day I watched it 5 times on repeat. Fast forward some years later and the television series made it’s way into popular culture and my loved was re-born. Today I have dressed as Buffy so that I can live out the day as another one of my childhood idols.
The sea was angry that day, my friends, like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli
George Costanza costume
George and the golf ball
Bald head and glasses
January 30 is Insane Answering Machine Message Day. As soon as I found that out, I instantly knew who I was going to dress up as: George Costanza. Why? In episode 15 of the 8th season, The Susie, George creates an answering machine message modeled on the song The Greatest American Hero so that he may screen his phone calls. For this costume, the hardest thing was trying to create his hair, so I purchased a bald cap and taped some wig hair onto it, it’s not the best, but I think it gets me there. Also, I threw in the golf ball for the costume as a reference to one of my favourite George moments where he pulls a golf ball out of a whales blowhole while pretending to be a marine biologist.
January 29 is Oprah Winfrey’s birthday. Oprah has had many looks over the years, but I have decided to try my hand at thin Oprah from the early 90’s. Specifically when she brought in a trailer of fat to show how much weight she had lost on her show.