Another living vicariously through my own characters moment. I’ve worn a sumo suit before, but not a mascot suit. Always wondered what wearing one would be like.
They’re hot and sweaty, and they smell bad because they’re hard to clean.
Bummer. The illusion of a cheerful and extremely animated person loving his/her job as a mascot took a hit. Not that they still can’t be cheerful about it, but I would imagine it hard to be happily dancing around, doing jumping jacks all day in a hot, sweaty, and smelly costume.
Back in high school I had a job in a hamburger stand, must have been around 1962 or ’63. Anyhow, part of the time I was standing outside, in a bear suit, waving, trying to get people to come in to the Yogi Bear hamburger stand.
Plus one on the hot and sweaty. I did get a ticket for driving my motorcycle in that bear suit, though. And the judge got really pissed when I asked him to show me the law about driving in a bear suit. This has much to do with my fall from grace and joining the Service in ’64.
Yea, I think I’m going to pass on career involving cuddly animal suits. A ticket for driving in a bear suit? I think it should be ok nowadays as long as you’re wearing a helmet. Different times I guess.
I totally thought that he would take the cheerleader outfit. just for the laugher and knowing his brains he would have probably done that xD
I had to wear a mascot costume for my robotics team’s competition. It was a spray painted motorcycle helmet and sweatpants, since the mascot was a wasp/bee. I died of heatstroke. It was fun for around 3 minutes after you jumped into an frozen fountain, at least. 8P
not really, that played out pretty much exactly like i thought it would, didn’t even consider the Cheerleader outfit.
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