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Here’s The Ultimate Daddy-Daughter Mechwarrior Halloween Costume

One creative who recently pulled out all the stops is a father and uncle who goes by the name Griddlock Cosplay. For the “ultimate daddy-daughter costume” he created an incredible Mechwarrior costume that requires both an adult and child to wear it.

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  • MOTUS October 31, 2018, 6:02 AM

    I want that costume! But I want to ride…

  • Monty James October 31, 2018, 7:18 AM

    This is so damned adorable, it makes me set aside my ever-growing loathing of pop culture. Wait until his girls make him wear it to help them go door to door to sell Girl Scout cookies; none dare stand against them.

  • I.C.Nielsen October 31, 2018, 7:23 AM

    “Get away from her you BITCH!!!”

  • ghostsniper October 31, 2018, 7:10 PM

    I don’t care if you dress up in blackface.
    I don’t care if you dress up in whiteface.
    I don’t care if you put a feather in your hair and dress up as a native American.
    I don’t care if you paint your face green and dress up as a Martian.
    It’s Halloween damnit.
    I don’t care why you choose your costume, what it represents, or if you or anyone else thinks it’s in poor taste.

    Those who cannot deal with someone dressing up in a costume as someone else, no matter the occasion, can stick it up their ass, especially when they’re the first people to demand that I be perfectly fine with a man who tapes his dick down, stuffs his shirt, puts on make-up and dresses as a woman.

    ‘Nuff said.
    From over at Denninger’s place.

  • Hale Adams October 31, 2018, 7:21 PM

    Our plan to take over the world is proceeding nicely…. ha ha hahahaha BWAHAHAHAHAHA….. er .. *ahem* …. I think I just blew my cover ….. 🙂

    Hale Adams
    Pikesville, People’s still-mostly-Democratic Republic of Maryland
    (…… and a member of the staff for Otakon since 1999 — yes, I help run that exercise in mass insanity)

  • Charles Ruffner October 31, 2018, 8:14 PM

    That is just too cool!

  • Lael Flemm November 11, 2018, 3:16 PM

    The smart meter was installed and the symptoms started. After 10 months of headaches, insomnia, high blood sugar levels, tinnitus, memory loss, and feeling tired all the time SRP decided to let me opt out. It’s been off for over a month and the symptoms vanished the day they removed it. If you are experiencing these symptoms don’t delay getting the smart meter removed. It depletes the natural melatonin levels in your body and attacks your immune system due to not getting good sleep. I have found that since your neighbors have smeters you will get even better sleep if you turn the electricity off to your bedroom. You might want to have your bedroom tested for any other microwave radiation.