Kids are dressing as Boris Johnson for Hallowe’en – to terrify their parents

Terrifying: Costume choices include ‘Zipwire Boris’, ‘Bike Boris’ and ‘Bullingdon Boris’. Wouldn’t YOU be terrified if you saw lots of mini-versions of BoJob coming towards you?

If Boris Johnson gives you the chills, look out! He may just come knocking on your door.

No, this isn’t because Parliament just voted for a general election.

It’s because kids are dressing up as him to scare the daylights out of adults for Hallowe’en.

Imagine it – a mini-BoJob pushing his bucket at you with the words “Bah! Or Brexit!”

Research by the Beano has shown that 66 per cent of parents and children think Mr Johnson is the ghastliest figure of the 21st century.

And more than half of families are drawing on Brexit as the inspiration for their costumes – a choice that will now be ironic, considering the fact that the UK won’t be leaving the EU on October 31 after all.

And the findings didn’t have much to say for BoJob’s electoral chances – even this poll put him 10th, behind classic costume ideas like Pennywise the Clown (from Stephen King’s It) and Spider-Man.

Source: Kids are dressing up as Boris Johnson for Halloween | Metro News

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  1. Bill Waghorn October 30, 2019 at 2:18 pm - Reply

    I think Alexander the Boorish (aka Alexander the Notso) may be aware of the effect he has. He was heard in Parliament to refer to the Transylvanian terror he induced in the opposition.

    • Mike Sivier October 30, 2019 at 3:36 pm - Reply

      Terror that the voting public might let him back into Number 10? We ALL have that!

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