Child Tornado Costume
- 2 Sheets of Cutouts
- White polyfoam tunic has elastic shoulder straps inside
- Tunic is overlaid w/ spiraled strips of black and white nylon netting
- 22" diameter plastic hoop threads through casing in top edge of tunic for shape
- Cutouts can be tucked into and behind netting strips as desired
You always knew your child was going to take the world by storm, but you never thought it would be literal. But when they came to you saying they wanted to be a F10-level swirling vortex of destruction when they grew up, you knew you had to encourage them to follow their dreams. You would be the worst hypocrite if you told them for years they could be anything, only to balk when they said that thing was a tornado.
Secretly, of course, you have your doubts. The job market for tornados seems slim at best. What company is going to need a tornado’s talents? Your kid might be able to get an odd job here or there clearing forests or demolishing houses, but that work can’t be very steady, can it? And sure, Hollywood always needs strong forces of nature for its disaster movies, but show business is so hard to break into—even for a tornado that breaks through everything—and the world of entertainment is so fickle. One moment, a tornado could be starring in something as prestigious as Twister; the next, it could be relegated to Sharknado. You don’t want your kid to get sucked into such a rollercoaster.
Nevertheless, you always said you’d support your kid, and you’re going to support your kid through this, too (even though you hope it’s just a phase). The first step is purchasing this Child Tornado Costume to really help your kid get into the tornado mood. The white polyfoam tunic has shoulder straps on the inside and is overlaid with spiraled strips of black and white nylon netting. It comes with cutouts of different buildings, which can be tucked into and behind the netting strips. It’s the perfect costume for your little whirling dervish!
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