Sad Halloween costume of the day: A wild horse in Colorado

The term "party foul" is typically attributed to someone who knocks over glasses, relieves themselves on the kitchen floor and generally engages in all manner of rude, drunken behavior.

Essentially, you're acting like a bull in a china shop, or in this case, a wild horse in a kitchen.

Controversy surrounds the tactics used to round-up Colorado's wild horses, making your political-statement horse costume not party-appropriate. Additionally, you are dressed like a horse, in a hot costume that doesn't breathe, all while trying to do the limbo. Don't do it, Colorado.

May we suggest going as a beer instead?

Much better.

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Nick Lucchesi
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