Friday, October 30, 2009

Is it appropriate for 10 and 12 year old boys and their fathers to dress as hula girls for Halloween - by tying coconut shells around their chests?

9 comments:

Rob said...

and their fathers? no

i thought that was reserved for fat frat boys.

Andrew said...

Yes! It is a right of passage. Male bonding. I totes condone cross-dressing for Halloween. My chattus pic reflects that.

pinchie said...

I don't see why not. There are a lot more offensive things in this world.

Justin said...

NO (and I am gay)!

Battgirl said...

That's not dressing up as a hula girl, that's dressing up as a parrothead. My only objection to it is that it sounds cold. Otherwise, go to town...

Karen said...

no. dad needs to grow up and let go of his frat days and not try to indoctrinate his son into a douchey frat guy.

Andrew said...

Battgirl, you won't be able to see their nipples, so it's all good.

John said...

I must have missed the frat connection to this in college.

I'm a fan, it's got a "Boy Named Sue" quality to it and will toughen up the lil' fucker.

Also, I think we need some backstory on this question.

Dan S said...

What? Of course they can! Cross dressing should be encouraged at a young age. That way when they get older they aren't J Edgar Hoover.

I don't see this being any different than a girl dressing up as a male football player... Mom can join in too!