Happy Halloween, Technapexers! In honor of the holiday, we thought we’d help out those of you who need last-minute costume ideas for the night. We’re sharing some hilarious “costumes ideas for higher education wonks” that does viagra reduce sperm count Jenna Johnson, education reporter at Washington Post, posted earlier this month.
Hint: you’ll need to be up-to-date on your education news in order for these costumes to strike a chord. Education enthusiasts will get a kick http://cialisonline-lowprice.com/ out of her clever ideas though, which include:
- Teresa Sullivan and Helen Dragas – Johnson recommends powersuits, Jefferson quotes, and protest posters to pull off the look of these two University of Virginia leaders
- A MOOC – Dressing as a massively open online course for Halloween will require some creativity and plenty of patience to constantly explain what a MOOC is at any Halloween outings you may attend.
- University of Tennessee frat bros – If you don’t get this reference, have a friend explain it to you. It’s way gross.
- “An unemployed college graduate living at home with five digit debt” – In Johnston’s words, “Too depressing? Yeah, it is. Sorry. Never mind.”
- A nursing professor – American University professor Adrienne Pine, who nursed her baby in class, went viral when she defended her right to do so.
Other costume ideas Johnston received from readers via Facebook and Twitter included:
- “Why not go as a promissory note?”
- “Going with a couple’s theme — a paper FAFSA and a pen.”
- “Dress up as a helicopter parent…you’ll need some chopper blades.”
- “Hitting the books – dressed as a baseball player with books glued/nailed to the end of the baseball bat.” [Editor's note: http://genericviagra4sexlife.com/ in honor of the SF Giants winning the World Series, we love, love, love this idea!]
Are you dressing up as anything education-themed for Halloween? We say nerd out and do it. Share your own educational themed costumed ideas and photos generic-cialis4health with us via Twitter to @Technapex or @ce_doyle.