2016 Halloween Costume Ideas
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2016 Halloween Costume Ideas

Top costume ideas for this year

2016 Halloween Costume Ideas
Halloween Costumes

Halloween is a top holiday for all people under the age of 25, for younger kids it's a time for getting candy. For people above the age of 14 it's about wearing the coolest, funniest, costumes possible. Now the question is what to be for this Halloween. That's what I'm here for, I'm going to provide some helpful suggestions as what to be this Halloween. So here we go:

Do you like dank meme's? Are you up to date on internet humor, well I got some costume idea's for you.

Caveman Spongebob: Buy a spongebob costume, and put a loin cloth on (never thought I'd actually ever write the word loincloth before).

Crying Jordan: Get a Michael Jordan Costume and when people ask what you are dab some water under your eyes.

Damn Daniel: Get a white shirt, write Daniel on it with sharpie and get yourself some white vans.

Are you up to date with pop culture? Use these costume's before time runs out.

Harambe: Gorilla costume with some fake blood on the mask (you'll see about 20 this Halloween)

Clown: (Don't do it you sick minded individuals)

Ken Bone: Get yourself a red sweater, some glasses, and draw a fake mustache on yourself.

Are politics your thing? In this election year here are some helpful costumes for you folks.

Hilary Clinton: Put on a lot of red lip stick, get a blondish white wig and your in business

Trump: Same type of wig, put some legos together to make a wall, and carry it around with you (or just buy a clown costume)

Bernie Sanders: White wig, glasses, shirt and tie.

Are you a movie buff and television buff? Impress your friends with these amazing costumes.

Harley Quinn and the Joker: Harley was the talking point of suicide squad, so dye that hair, or get a wig, use skimpy clothes and carry around a baseball/wiffleball bat. For the Joker, try some white facepaint, red lipstick and a green wig.

Russell from Up: Get yellow shirt, a sash with some badges and a tight backpack.

Caty, Gretchen, Katie, and Regina from Mean Girls: Got a group of 4 or 3, dress up as the plastics, where some pink shirts, make sure your hair isn't in a ponytail unless it is the first time it has been that week, and remember no jeans or sweatpants unless it's a Friday.

I hope some of these will get the creative juices flowing in your brain, and feel free to share your ideas in the comments below.

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