In celebration of Halloween, SA's resident fashion goblins Dr. Thorpe and Zack will be dribbling out a spooky Halloween-themed morsel of Fashion SWAT every day until October 30th. On the spookiest of days you will find a special Halloween treat!
The catch of the day today is lobster - dog lobster!
Perfect for Halloween or any party, this lobster dog costume gives your dog a fun new look.
Secures with velcro tabs for a comfy, secure fit.
Zack: "The catch of the day today is lobster - dog lobster!" That's amazing.
Dr. Thorpe: Goddamn, now I really want to be a dog costume copywriter, that must be the best job in the world.
Dr. Thorpe: Just write anything, fucking anything, absolutely nothing you could write will be stupid enough to raise any eyebrows. "Throw your dog in a pot and cook it with butter, this dog is a lobster! Dog lobster in a costume!"
Zack: "Come into the lob-ratory! The dog lobster laboratory!"
Dr. Thorpe: "Better watch out-- this dog will pinch you. Are you dreaming? No, it's just a dog in a lobster costume, and you're going to get pinched!"
Zack: "Your next murder mystery party can have a red herring AND a red lobster. A red dog lobster. Red dog lobster. Dlobster."
Dr. Thorpe: "Crack your dog open and eat the white fluffy meat inside-- lobsters are expensive, but your dog could be the cream of the crop!"
Zack: You are selling products to an audience that literally could not be stupider and still be using the Internet to place orders.
Dr. Thorpe: Yeah, since only the worst people in the world will ever read it, there's really no sense hiring Jorge Luis Borges to write your dog costume text.
Zack: Jorge Luis Borges, wasn't he the bassist for Modus Ponens?
Dr. Thorpe: "Does he long for the bone or the embrace of dust? Tomorrow your doglobster shall be a corpse."
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