Ocean Spray-Fleetwood Mac Boy is now a Halloween costume


Between the Halloween season defined by socially distant candy “chutes” and skimp epidemic-inspired costumes, it certainly seems refreshing to imagine a mast trick, or skateboarding past your homes just to spray the ocean directly from the bottle Seeping.

Nathan Apodaca – the social media star who recently made a place in our hearts while drinking cran-raspberry juice and singing along to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” – a Halloween based on himself, with a “stabbard vibin” sweater Plans to sell the dress. A white T-shirt, some shorts, a pair of knee high socks, a fake mustache and a temporary feather tattoo.

"Just add Ocean Spray and / or Longboard" A caption shared with the product photo reads.

“Just add Ocean Spray and / or Longboard,” reads a caption shared with the product photo.
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The dress will be available for sale on DoggFaceMerch.com until Tuesday afternoon, a representative for Apodaca confirmed to Fox News.

Nathan’s favorite drink – Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry Juice – will not be included, though customers will be provided with links to purchase the drinks on other websites and even a longboard.

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Apodaca has been riding a wave of popularity since posting its video, which is currently viewed over 43 million times on Tickcock alone. After going viral, Apodaca’s video has been parodied by Cheech and Chong and even Mick Fleetwood himself.

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Ocean Spray also surprised Apodaca with a new longboard, a whole bunch of free cranberry juice and a new truck, which appears to raise awareness of the brand.

Meanwhile, the happy-go-lucky Lucky Tektok celeb said that he is only enjoying making content – and not necessarily hoping to go viral.

Apodaka, seen here modeling his Halloween costume, said he never intended to reach a large audience with his Tikotok video.

Apodaka, seen here modeling his Halloween costume, said he never intended to reach a large audience with his Tikotok video.
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“Everyone always says’ do more skating videos.” … I just me, basically, “he previously told the Los Angeles Times.” And it puts a smile on the face. And that’s what makes me happy for it. ”

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Fox News’ Alexandra Dabler contributed to this report.

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