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Where's Waldo Costumes
Teen Where's Waldo Costume
- 100% polyester jersey knit; 98% polyester/2% spandex stretch knit
- Long-sleeved pullover shirt has wide horizontal red & white stripes
- Stretch knit beanie hat has red yarn pompom on top
- Round-framed black plastic glasses have clear lenses
- Officially licensed
The mind can take some crazy turns when it is forced to dwell in puzzles for hours at end and some of those just for kids and oh, this will be so fun kind of puzzle books are obviously insidious works of evil, explicitly designed to send any would-be participant straight off the mental cliffs and into insanity. Crosswords will occasionally give you “clues” for obscure references which are themselves obscure; how is anyone supposed to figure out they’re looking for The Power Team with a clue that says, “Not exactly Captain N,” anyway!?
But, the most infamous of maddening puzzles is certainly the eye-and-mind riddling, hiding-in-plain-sight kind of optical camouflage that is Where’s Waldo. You are, no doubt, familiar with the torment of attempting to find this friendly-looking red-and-white clad, vision-impaired buddy while he’s mall-walking amidst an entire town of holiday-garbed shoppers who came for the best sales during Black Friday. What no one knew is that poor Waldo went near-sighted because he was so busy always trying to find himself!
Of course, sometimes when you are a teenager, the idea of being so easily overlooked by the watchful eye of your folks is a pretty good thought. Steal the power of disguise with this Teen Where’s Waldo costume. Don the iconic red and white striped sweater and matching hat. In case you haven’t already impaired your own eyesight having previously looked for him, the kit comes with plastic glasses with basic lenses to add to its officially licensed authenticity. Be the friendliest chum in the whole town this year. Just don’t stand too near barber shop signs or candy canes as we’re not sure if it was ever Waldo’s fault that he went missing!