Top Five: Suggestions for Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloons
No brainer ...
Tryptophan isn't the only substance abundant in ridiculously mass quantities on Thanksgiving. Thanks to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, soaring amounts of helium are injected into crowd-pleasing floats.
Each year, five new floats, balloonicle or falloon, are introduced. 2010's most heralded are:
Diary of a Wimpy Kid (empowering) Kung Fu Panda (cute, slightly racist) Kaikai & Kiki by Murakami (international, supports young artists) Yes, Virginia (historical, perpetuates the belief in Santa Claus) Kool-Aid Man (troublesome)
But if we were in charge of aerial visuals at this 86-year-old tradition, or any of the many Thanksgiving-themed parades across the country, we'd like to see these five hoisted and tethered:
5. Stewie Griffin The larger-than-life, pint-size menace deserves a nearly-larger-than-a-football-field ushering. How cool would that football-shaped head look looming over Times Square? The inexplicably British-accented baby is coming!Next Page
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