Boston sports Halloween costumes for every fan
Boston sports Halloween costumes
Halloween weekend is here, and maybe you don’t have a costume. If you don’t, that’s deeply troubling because 11 months of the year are to be spent picking a costume and the other one is to be spent assembling it.
Anyway, if you haven’t come up with anything yet, fear not: Here are some last-minute Halloween costumes for every Boston sports fan:
What you need: A tie that’s too long.
Brad Stevens hasn't just mastered coaching, he's also mastered the tie-less look. Sometimes, however, he wears ties and they’re too long. I can’t promise that the next couple of slides aren’t also pictures of Brad Stevens wearing ties that are too long.
Here's some more proof in case people see your Brad Stevens costume and say that he only wore a tie that was too long that one time. It was a lot of times.
There's tons of pictures out there of Brad Stevens wearing either no tie or a proper-length tie. There's just tons of these as well, so you can prove your fanhood by going with a tie that's too long. Also, don't say things like "prove your fanhood" this Halloween. It's supposed to be a happy time.
What you need: A surf board, an old dugout phone and an empty pillow case for carrying stuff.
Halloween is about getting stuff you probably don't need and so are retirement tours. Go door-to-door and accept all the candy you can carry. If you're an adult, explain to the bartender that this is your last Halloween and they will give you the stool you sat on one time even though you only went to that bar like twice in your Halloween career.
The Bruins' starting goaltender
What you need: A Bruins jersey.
Honestly, just wear a Bruins jersey and swear to god that you’re the Bruins’ starting goaltender. They’ll have to believe you.
Any take about Jimmy Garoppolo
What you need: A fireman costume.
Was Garoppolo healthy enough to play in Week 4? Does he feel he's already made his money? Did he put himself before the team? Carry a fire extinguisher as well just to be safe.