4 responses

  1. GreenEyedLilo
    September 25, 2009

    I’m sure these costumes would be considered perfectly within the boundaries of the dress code at the ironically-named Liberty University, the school Jerry Falwell built, which supported her. Wait, they don’t allow Halloween celebrations!

    But this leads to some good ideas. My wife was wondering what to go as this year! Wait’ll I suggest Carrie Prejean! (White bikini, blonde wig, crown, sash, and lots of padding up top!)

    Add horror makeup to that, and you’ve got a perfectly genius and topical costume for ZombieCon in NYC. Last year, I went as Sarah Palin with an ax in her head.

  2. Christopher Waldrop
    September 26, 2009

    Brilliant, Lilo. I wish I’d seen that. But I’m curious. Would Prejean’s defenders consider modelling a Halloween costume more or less offensive than her, um, more revealing work? I think it could go either way.

  3. Richard Rush
    September 26, 2009

    Scary Carrie, quite contrary,
    How does your career grow?
    With gays to quell, and a book to sell,
    Plus pretty boobs to show I’m a pro.

    ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary,_Mary,_Quite_Contrary )

  4. GreenEyedLilo
    September 26, 2009

    Carrie can do whatever she wants, Christopher, as long as she keeps hating gay people. I’ve said this before and will again–I think a lot of young conservative Christian women who have been made to feel guilty about their bodies and preached to about “modesty” for years are going to feel resentful and angry about how Prejean is being held up as a role model. At least, I kinda hope so.

    By the way, my wife will be bringing Zombie Carrie Prejean to Manhattan at this year’s ZombieCon! To quote her, “I don’t have to get a fake tan if I play her as a zombie, and everyone will believe me when I say I need brains.”

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