A few years ago, PBS debuted a new reality TV series called â€œColonial Houseâ€, where they chose a dozen â€œmodern-day time travelersâ€ to find out what it was like to live as the early American colonial settlers did back in 1628.You might think this show would be boring - â€œoh, wow, this peaceful candle making just got hijacked by Goody confronting Prudence about sleeping during the morning prayer! This really is going to be the most dramatic Colonial House episode ever!â€ - but it was actually pretty rad: The men, women, and children arrived in â€œThe New Worldâ€ via a period tall ship (worth the price of admission alone, in our opinion) and then struggled to create a functioning and profitable colony, using only the tools and technology of the era. The biggest â€œdiscoveryâ€ (get it?â€) the show made was that, while history often paints a stodgy and drab picture of our colonial forebears, they were actually a pretty rebellious and scrappy group. And, they kind of had to beâ€¦what with the indentured servitude, no baths or showers, and public punishments? Itâ€™s no wonder they often made the most of it by wearing bright-colored clothing, consuming large amounts of alcohol, and testing the laws of the era.So donâ€™t be fooled by the tradition garb of the stereotypical Pilgrimâ€¦those guys may have had to go to church for 4 hours every Sunday (not joking), but they still knew how to have a good time! After all, you don't become known for being the original co-hosts of a feast that was so great that it became a national holiday if you're a boring dinner guest, right? So whether you're donning this Pilgrim Man Costume for a costume party, Halloween, or just to make your Thanksgiving holiday a little more festive, let everyone know that, while you're here to give thanks, you're also here to (Plymouth) rock!