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Behold, the LED baby!

Well, technically, the LED toddler…

If you haven’t seen it already, some guy decided that he wanted his kid to be a glow-in-the-dark stick figure for Halloween. It’s cute, slightly creepy, and then cute again:

Whenever it’s a holiday, I go in search of the latest green trend… and usually it is a botch. Sometimes it’s something off (see tofurkey) or something manipulative (like this Christmas-based green ad), but generally speaking, I never seem to quite find what I’m looking for, even if I’m more entertained this way (last July 4th I learned of “safer” armor piercing bullets). So this Halloween, dear reader, you get LED baby. It may not be a green costume, but it’s at least greener than Clark Griswold’s Christmas.

Apparently they’re selling these LED costumes, too, so next year we’ll have an army of glowing stick figures.

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