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Rain Price is probably the world’s most embarrassed son, after his father waved goodbye to him dressed in all kinds of wacky costumes, as he went away in the school bus. This happened every day, for the entire school year.

While the sixteen-year-old found his father’s daily ritual embarrassing, especially since this was his sophomore year, for Dale Price this was a special way of saying ‘ I love you’ to his son. On the first day of school, he went out of the house dressed pretty normally and waved goodbye to Rain, who thought it was going to be just another school year. But that all changed on day 2, when Dale came out wearing a San Diego Chargers helmet. Things just got worse from then on, as Dale started wearing ever stranger outfits, including a wedding dress, a Wonder Woman costume, a Star Trek Uniform and even sat on a toilet with pants pulled down reading the paper and waving goodbye.

Rain’s colleagues actually loved his father’s goofy habit and were looking forward to seeing what he was dressed in, every day. They would laugh, roll down the windows and wave back at him. But the teenager isn’t planning on rewarding his father for his efforts, as he says his year-long feeling of embarrassment is reward enough. Luckily, the end of the school year finally came on June 2, and Dale saw him off one last time, dressed in a pirate costume he had stored from a Halloween celebration.



Dale never wore the same costume twice, and didn’t recycle any of them into a new outfit, either. he just put on whatever costumes he had left over from past celebrations and borrowed some from his neighbors. Believe it or not, he didn’t spend more than 50 bucks on costumes and documenting the whole year-long habit on a blog called Wave at the Bus. Check it out, if you want to see every one of the 170 costumes dale put on.







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2 comments

The Tame Lion on Jun 11, 2011, 2:55:00 PM  

Fascinating and interesting!
Outstanding!


anney on Jun 12, 2011, 11:44:00 AM  

ROFL! The girly costumes are hilarious!