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Halloween's just around the corner!
And surely you've thought, "Hey, I'd love to dress up as a large lumpy potato with a horrifying black-eyed stare and a shock of colorful hair just to make the whole thing zing its way into the night terrors of children everywhere."
Well, you are so in luck! Some costume that slightly resembles one of those troll dolls from the 1990s, but more accurately looks like the untold insanity of pure evil, is now available from Joker's Masquerade.
Here's how they describe the thing:
This cute pink Troll Doll costume is both a charming and unusual fancy dress idea.
Includes a brown bodysuit with attached shoe covers, gloves and a rounded padded tummy.
A matching brown headpiece with stuffed nose, ears and a large grinning mouth is also included.
The headpiece is topped with a tuft of bright pink hair which can be styled to your liking.
You look like you haven't screamed for a while. Let's fix that. pic.twitter.com/HjJbCHpUjo— Jamie Smart (@jamiesmart) September 14, 2015
Please don't dress like this for Halloween. You will surely get chased down the street by maddened villagers looking to destroy the thing they fear most.
"Kill it!" they'll scream. "Kill it with fire!"
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