Lawn Goose Costumes
- Made with 100% polyester
- Includes square head and mad scientist suit
- For indoor/protected outdoor use
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Community CalendarFebruary 22, 2018 - Seacoastonline.com
Chewonki's “Bugmobile” transports the world of arthropods, insects and their relatives, into the library using models, costumes, and live specimens. Learn the unique characteristics of different groups of arthropods and their adaptations essential for...
Wiener Circle's 'McDowell's' Costume Back For HalloweenOctober 27, 2017 - DNAinfo
the weekend in time for the Halloween Spooktacular on Clark Street Sunday afternoon. The hot dog stand with a deserved reputation for playful orneriness at 2622 N. Clark St. followed the Cubs' World Series run last year by turning into "Goatbusters...
Dressed up geese at a show in New Zealand
The dog was part of it, it's a trained sheep dog.
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Naked Barbies, Warrior Joes, and Other Forms of Visible GenderUniversity of Illinois Press. 2018
"In this folkloric examination of mass-produced material culture in the United States, Jeannie Banks Thomas examines the gendered sculptural forms that are among the most visible, including Barbie, Ken, and G.I. Joe dolls; yard figures (gnomes, geese, and flamingos); and cemetery statuary (angels, sports-related images, figures of the Virgin Mary, soldiers, and politicians). Images of females are often emphasized or sexualized, frequently through nudity or partial nudity, whereas those of the male body are not only clothed but also armored in the trappings of action and aggression. Thomas locates these various objects of folk art within a discussion of the post-women's movement discourse on gender.In addition to the items themselves, Thomas explores the stories and behaviors they...