Hide your wives, hide your kids, hide your red bandana, too — Antoine Dodson and his viral video shtick are seriously played out. Why prolong an already awkward joke (we’re talking about an attempted rape here) by wearing his costume.
Kohl’s pulled their so-called ‘Ghetto Fab’ wig but there are several similar products making a mockery of natural black hair. Cut it out.
Lindsay Lohan used to be everybody’s favorite Hollywood bad girl, but now her downfall has just become sad. She’s done enough damage to herself so you don’t need to ridicule her with a costume.
Remember when Prince Harry was caught dressed as a Nazi at a party? You might not cause an international incident but you’ll certainly offend almost everyone with even a cursory knowledge of world history.
Trust us, you are not the first, or the last person who will think they are being really original by dressing like “Snooki” this year. She looks terrible and so will you.
They’re selling “gangsta braids” as a Halloween accessory. Don’t be caught dead wearing them.
The “acid attack lady” is horrifying but her racially offensive phony alibi leaves an even more ugly taste.
Sagging your pants is so lame it’s been turned into an awful costume for kids.
Speaking of kids…who decided it was a good idea to market a pimp costume for children? What exactly is the “fun” message here?
If you go as Kim Kardashian — we’d prefer it if you kept your clothes on.
No ghostly white sheets…too easily confused with these bad boys.
Gary Coleman. Two words. Too soon.
Even if you’re a beloved sitcom star like Ted Danson, remember: Blackface always backfires.
Yes, terrorists are scary — but in an all too real way. Leave the Bin Laden mask at home.
White America should be well aware at this point of African-Americans’ distaste for the Aunt Jemima persona, so fratboys please stop dressing up like her for Halloween.
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Why is every year when Halloween rolls around someone decides the best way to be the life of the party is to wear something awful, if not blatantly offensive. With a polarized electorate, the predominance of trashy TV shows and online retailers upping the ante — this year promises to be one of the most outrageous fright nights yet. Take our advice and avoid the following “costumes” at all costs.