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DIY Kids' Halloween Costumes: Inappropriate TV Character Edition

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 28th 2010 1:10PM
Don Draper, 'Mad Men'
Throughout October we've brought you ways to turn your favorite TV characters into creative Halloween costumes. But what about the children? What pop culture-related costumes should your babies wear?

Kiddie show costumes are so played out. You don't want your daughter to be the sixth Dora the Explorer in her playgroup, do you? Exhibit some originality by going with one of TV Squad's awesomely inappropriate baby Halloween costumes.

There'll be plenty of poof-sporting Snookis come Sunday, but what about Baby Snooki? Teach your daughter the fine art of fist-pumping while you serve her some Ron Ron (cranberry) juice. And you know what's even more squeal-inducing than a handsome Don Draper? A tiny, adorable Baby Don Draper. Fill up a highball glass with some "scotch" (apple juice) and let young Don run wild. Finally, the mulleted, beer-drinking ex-baseball pro Kenny Powers is a hilariously inappropriate costume already. A miniature version, complete with specially ordered baby mullet wig (Hurry! One-day shipping will get it to your place by Friday!) and a can of "beer," takes it to that ultra-inappropriate next level.

We enlisted the help of some TV Squad staffers' children to model the finest in inappropriate baby Halloween costumes. Enjoy.

Disclaimer: TV Squad cannot be held responsible for any subsequent shunning and/or banning from daycare and/or playgroups. We can, however, be held responsible for giving you some awesome costume ideas. Guilty as charged!

Snooki from 'Jersey Shore'
Snooki, 'Jersey Shore'

Kenny Powers from 'Eastbound & Down'
Kenny Powers, 'Eastbound & Down'

Don Draper from 'Mad Men'
Don Draper, 'Mad Men'

Prefer to offend the neighborhood with a movie-related outfit? Check out Moviefone's Inappropriate Baby Halloween Costumes for silver screen suggestions.

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You do realize, that though this satire is only that, there will be some parents out there who will put these ideas into practice. While that's immensely funny, gone are the days when you can arrange your sleeping child to appear to have imbibed too much and passed out, snapping a photo and showing it to friends. Now if you do that, you risk losing your child. Imagine what the uptight "social morals police" in the neighborhood could do with a child walking around with pretend bourbon or beer in their hand.

That aside, very funny costumes and funnier because of their absurdity.

October 29 2010 at 9:03 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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