Ah, the time-honored tradition of embarrassing your kids on Halloween. Strapping on massive bazongas is apparently a thing this year.
Won’t somebody think of the children?
why do my parents think it's acceptable to go as boobs for Halloween smh pic.twitter.com/VPIGjNVciW
— Kat (@kat_klein7) October 27, 2013
My parents are going as this for Halloween OMG pic.twitter.com/ql4IKLe8cu
— Audrey Rose (@alr0215) October 25, 2013
My parents sent me a selfie of there Halloween costume……. K pic.twitter.com/rTiwA1v65y
— Sydney Buchel (@Syd_buchel4) October 26, 2013
Some parents will have to work a lot harder to embarrass their kids.
— Liv Kingston (@LivKingston) October 27, 2013
only my parents? they were a nice rack for their Halloween party lol pic.twitter.com/j9ErPAwQA2
— yung gup (@ryanfish_) October 24, 2013
Parents Halloween costume. I am so proud to be their daughter.??? pic.twitter.com/kW2Xl0IoZb
— Brianna Wilson (@brianna_delaney) October 26, 2013
Some say they’re dressing up as tatas for breast cancer awareness.
— Alyssa Perronne (@lyssa_perronne) October 27, 2013
— Ricky Quiros (@MEQ_4) October 26, 2013
When life hands you lemons, upgrade to melons!
— Kristin Stumpf (@K_Stumpfy) October 25, 2013
Hey, it could be worse.
my mom dressed up at church today as a "one night stand" pic.twitter.com/OfmS7uXmyz
— mia (@mixedberry_) October 27, 2013
Everyone meet my parents, Dr Wong Ho the gynecologist & his one night stand ??? sometimes I wonder if I'm adopted… pic.twitter.com/gj0Qdctzt9
— Morg (@MorganFulkerson) October 27, 2013
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