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Little Hobo Costume

Little Hobo Costume

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Costume type:  Costumes for Babies
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for babies entered our 2012 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Whitney, the 'Little Hobo' costume creator:

This is our 2 year old son Bradley trick or treating on Fort Bragg military base! He is a little "bum".... he was a big hit at my husbands company trick or trunk!

Rating: 4.2 of 5. Votes: 41

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#1 comment by Amy June 27, 2013

I get that it is supposed to be funny and it is creative...but completely insensitive to real life strife. Can we try to dress our children in empowering imaginative costumes that are fun and not thoughtless?! This is especially interesting since many of our servicemen and women are returning and struggling.

#2 comment by Crystal September 14, 2013

I find this really disturbing! How could you dress your child like this when families are struggling. We see this on our streets and you mock this as a costume. Shame on you!

#3 comment by Mad October 17, 2013

I gave this costume 1 star. This is super cute for people who are insensitive and think that it is fun to make parodys of real homelessness. Let me ask you this...if your family was actively homeless would you let your child wear this on halloween? The answer is likely no. Empathy is something we could all practice a little bit more.

#4 comment by Ashley October 20, 2013

I came right to the comments because I knew that would tick somebody off. I LOVE BEING RIGHT!

#5 comment by stacy October 21, 2013

I miss the days when a kid could dress up as a hobo and people wouldn't freak. Should kids only dress up as mythical creatures or should we just skip the costumes all together since they should only be empowering and imaginative, whatever that would be? Lets just start them onto the ever popular slutty costumes.

#6 comment by David October 26, 2013

Hey, i am going to do this costume with my son. I figure it would be better than dressing him like some zombie or crime boss that only represents murder and decay of our imaginative society. If you spent half your time trying to end world hunger as you do searching the internet, and posting useless opinions, the world would be a better place! Do us all a favor ( Amy, and Mad ) cancel your web service and take that money to feed the poor!

#7 comment by Jodi May 12, 2014

I agree with David and Stacy and I give to the poor. Lighten up people.

#8 comment by Maegan November 26, 2014

Can you email me the instructions?

#9 comment by Sandra September 25, 2017

Look at all the butthurt snowflakes. Hey what about insensitivity to ghost ,vampires and witches .. get a backbone crybabies

#10 comment by Disgusted October 27, 2018

Well, well. Isn't this charming? Teaching your child to make fun of less fortunate people [slow clap]. And you can take your "butthurt snowflake" comments and shove them up your own butt. I teach professional kickboxing for a living. Step in the ring with me some day and I'll show you what a “snowflake" is, little sociopathic punks.

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