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- Size: 9x2"
- Material: Resin & Metal
- Year Introduced: 2016
- A Lori Mitchell design for ESC & Company
Once upon a hilarious Halloween night, Funny Bones, the little boy known for his lanky frame, decided to embrace his skinny status and go all out as a skeleton. With bones protruding in all the right places, he strutted down the streets in his skeletal glory.
Funny Bones had always been teased for his lean physique, but this year, he turned the tables and became the living embodiment of Halloween humor. Clad in a skeleton costume that hugged his bony frame, he aimed to give everyone a good laugh.
To add to his comical appearance, Lori Mitchell's Funny Bones couldn't make up his mind about his socks. So, he brilliantly decided to wear a different sock on each foot—stripes on one, polka dots on the other. After all, why settle for plain socks when you can rock mismatched patterns with confidence?
Sporting an orange and black party hat atop his skull, Funny Bones paraded through the neighborhood, his pumpkin bucket swinging by his side. His wide-eyed expression revealed a mix of excitement and worry, hoping that the night would bring treats and no tricks.
As he approached each house, Funny Bones flashed his brightest smile, eagerly exclaiming, "Trick or treat!" The residents couldn't help but burst into laughter at the sight of his clever costume and mismatched socks. They showered him with an abundance of candies, impressed by his sense of humor.
Funny Bones couldn't contain his excitement as his pumpkin bucket filled to the brim with sugary delights. He wiggled his bony fingers in delight, envisioning the sweet feast that awaited him later that night.
With every door he knocked on, Funny Bones spread laughter and joy, proving that sometimes, it's the quirkiest and silliest costumes that bring the most delight. As the night drew to a close, he headed home, his candy-filled pumpkin bucket clutched tightly in his skeletal hands, satisfied with a Halloween well-celebrated.
So, remember, on this spooktacular night, it's not about the size of your bones, but the laughter and joy you bring to others. And Funny Bones, with his unforgettable costume and mismatched socks, taught everyone the true meaning of Halloween—embracing our uniqueness and sharing laughter with one another.
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