Nothing says 1976 quite like two Gen Xers dressed up for Halloween as a packet of cigarettes and a book of matches. At least they’re filter cigarettes, right?
I was just thinking about that time in 1977 when my BF Cindy and I had walked to the convenient store in Kermit, Texas to buy her mom a pack of cigarettes.
Ahhh, the good old days before political correctness ran us all ragged. The bygones were almost as sweet as those chalky white candy cigarettes my father forbid me to have. Bubblegum cigars, too.
Below is a picture I originally shared in 2009. It’s of a kid dressed up like a cigar. Poor thing.
Do you remember seeing a cigarette Halloween costume growing up?