Halloween just got extra spicy.
Yandy.com, an online fashion retailer, has put together a special “Sold Out Chicken Sandwich Costume” for Halloween based on what happened two months ago when the fast-food chain Popeyes began selling chicken sandwiches.
Lines formed at nearly every Popeyes outlet. The restaurants quickly sold out of sandwiches in under two weeks. And then people literally went crazy. Good times!
While the sandwich is now long gone — though a spokesperson has confirmed it’ll one day be “a permanent menu item” — its legacy continues in many forms, including costumes:
“Winner, winner chicken dinner…or so you thought,” the cheeky product’s description at Yandy.com reads. “A few too many fast food lovers fantasized about this five star fried feast. Is it due to that unbelievable batter or maybe its drool-worthy bun? Either way, these seasoned breasts will be back on full display in no time.”
“Be the hottest Southern chick in town, and send your babe’s taste buds turning in this exclusive Sold Out Chicken Sandwich costume featuring a light brown velour bodysuit with a strapless neckline, a ruffled bodice with a fuzzy textured chicken patty interior, a white SOLD OUT stamp, a cheeky cut back, and matching ruffled bun arm puffs.”
Even die-hard fans of Chick-fil-A were impressed.
“I love C[hic]k-fil-A… But damnit, yeah we have a new champ!!!” a Twitter user wrote after Yandy.com debuted the costume late last week.
“[M]outh watering in so many ways!” another added.
— Yandy.com (@Yandy) October 17, 2019
I love Ckik-fil-A… But damnit, yeah we have a new champ!!!
— Ben Burrows (@SteelTrepid) October 21, 2019
mouth watering in so many ways!
— Steemboatwilly (@xkudx) October 21, 2019
That is sexy
— Ivan Palacios (@IvanPal52018958) October 21, 2019
I kind of want this. I just wish the “sold out” was in a different area. ???https://t.co/rUtd0kizPD
— N? laChick (@TheNolaChick) October 21, 2019
But there were haters too, of course.
“The end is near folks,” one sarcastic Twitter user opined.
Another called the outfit “trash” and complained about “#consumerism,” while a particularly foul Twitter user wrote, “Who’d want the w—e showing everyone her NUGGETS!”
That’s just rude.
This is not the only costume to court “controversy” this Halloween season.
Imagine, if you will, a “burger” made of plants. It’s a bizarre idea — one that conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh finds wholly abhorrent.
“It’s like you go out, you cut your yard, and you get the grass clippings, and you give them to some company,” he said mockingly earlier this month about a growing trend of people eating so-called meatless “burgers.”
“Grass clippings don’t taste like beef. I don’t have to eat a mown lawn to know this. I don’t have to pick up a sprig of grass on the golf course and chomp on it to know it ain’t a Whopper, and yet people are doing that! They’re eating plant-based whatevers and thinking it’s a gigantic Whopper or Big Mac or whatever.”
His loathing for this unnatural “burger” is clear. BUTT (pun intended) how would he feel about a woman dressed like a so-called meatless “burger?”
Perhaps someone should forward to him a link to the following Yandy.com outfit and find out!
“You may think this is impossible, but it’s not!” the costume’s equally cheeky description reads. “Be the yummiest artificial patty between buns in this exclusive Beyond Burger costume featuring a tan tube dress with a speckled bust seed print, a ruffled lettuce trim with a burger patty print, a ruched bust and skirt, a curve-hugging fit, and a matching headband with PLANT BASED printed on a red flag with a brown puff accent.”
But wait, there’s one more!
This outfit is a nod to the infamous college entrance scandal, where people (including celebrities) were caught bribing higher education institutions for easier entrance. Just this week, the perpetrators, including actress Lori Loughlin, were hit with additional charges, thus drastically increasing the chances that they’re going to wind up going to prison.
“A grand jury in the District of Massachusetts brought the new charges against 11 of the 15 parents charged in the case, including Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli,” NBC News reported.
“The new charges in the third superseding indictment allege that the 11 defendants conspired to commit federal program bribery by paying off employees of the University of Southern California to facilitate their children’s admission. Arraignment dates have not yet been scheduled.”
And it just so happens that Yandy.com has a costume for this as well.
“Oops, you can’t always trust those motherly instincts,” the costume’s description reads. “Turns out fame and intelligence don’t go hand in hand!”
“Bribe your way to the admissions office and score the ultimate scholarly achievement (the best mom award!) in this exclusive College Scandal costume featuring a red orange crop top with ‘INMATE’ printed in black, ‘MOM OF THE YEAR’ printed in white and crossed out, fitted long sleeves, and matching high waisted pants with an elastic waist and ‘Yandy University’ printed in black. Can’t row your way out of this one! (Choker not included.)”
Whoever thought prison could look so awesome!?
The “Nicest Neighbor” costume is a spicy twist on a classic look from none other than television personality Mr. Rogers.
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