4 Halloween Costumes that are 2 Spooky 4 U

4 Halloween Costumes that are 2 Spooky 4 U

Forget carving pumpkins, lets incite true fear.
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Are you sitting there, half-reading these words right now because you're so distracted by the monstrous decision of how to scare the living bat ears out of everyone this Halloween?

Well, focus your full attention! The following words will inspire the gangly, twisted, moss-ridden monster within you to really cause some frightening moments on people this year.

4. A Rabid Dog

The terror of a rabid dog is one that pushes fear to a decision-making point very quickly. That dog's growling at you and you either run, or punt it. Either way it might give you a fatal nibble on the tootsies.

The great thing about this easy costume is that you don't even need to dress up. Lets face it, even if you did dress up, everyone would still know that you were a human. All you need to do is act like a rabid dog.

If you were in a bar having a nice time on Halloween with your horrifyingly spooky friends and some cunt scrabbled across the floor going "Arahahagrhghgahgrhagh!" and bearing his horrid teeth at you then be honest, you'd be bloody terrified.

3. A Fake Fake Doctor (Only Works If You're Actually a Real Doctor)

Lets say that your battle with that bloke in the pub who was acting like a rabid dog for Halloween didn't go so well. Now you're in A&E with a big red bite wound on your leg and nausea is setting in hard.

Your thinking, "Jesus, I'm gonna have to be bloody amputated at this rate, what a shit night!" That's a good opinion and a sound medical decision.

But what's this? The doctor's telling you that it's all in your head. There is no bite wound. Worst of all, he's pulling out an orbitoclast and restraining you with leather straps. He pulls out some gummy sweets and eats handful after handful of them, laughing wildly as they spill out of his mouth.

All the while you struggle to break free. Then he calls up what sounds like another doctor and starts asking for advice on how to lobotomize someone. You think, "is he even a bloody doctor?!"

What a terrifying prospect to think he might not be!

2. A Terrorist

You manage to release yourself from the grips of the fake, insane doctor. You're hobbling through the hospital clutching your swollen leg and searching for an exit. ]

Halloween is going ok. It's been pretty frightening so far, which is what it's all about.

At the reception desk, you taste the cold October air of freedom when a bearded white male slams through the main entrance screaming wildly. You leap behind some chairs and clutch a pair of legs that are as large as tree-trunks, thinking they might be your last point of living human contact.

Between the thighs and through a gap in the worn, green hospital chairs you see the man throwing off a trench-coat to reveal an intricate series of things that look like bombs wired all over his chest.

Being far too delirious from the rabid gentleman's bite and having had no valuable help from the fake fake doctor earlier, you think the papier-mache cubes on him are real bombs and faint from the ultimate fear that you are about to die. Spooky, eh?

1. A Policeman whose Job it is to Inform You that Everyone You Know and Love has Died

Finally, you wake up. Dust is stagnant in the cube of electronic white coming from the ceiling light filled with dead flies. A silhouette blurs into focus.

"Where am I?" you ask.

"In the hospital, son," says the unfamiliar voice of Stan Jones, the local sheriff (or so you think).

"What happened? I thought it was Halloween," you say, slightly disappointed that it might be over.

"It doesn't matter what ween it is, son. I've got some terrifying news for you."

You stare into his lightly wrinkled eyes that are blue enough to place his words directly into the center your mind.

"Your parents are dead," he says, looking deeper, "your friends, I've tried calling them all. They're all dead."

"But they-"

"I'm sorry, son. They're dead."

"What about-"

"He's dead," he says like a full stop. He lets out a long breath through his nose, looks downwards, places his hat upon his stringy, balding head and leaves you there, staring into your future completely devoid of recognisable contact. The longer you stare, the more terrifying the prospects become. Life seems so spooky without those you love, maybe even 2 spooky 4 u.


Did these fun and interesting ideas inspire you? Let me know which ones you're going to try this Halloween below!

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11 Feminist Halloween Costumes You Don't Need Cleavage To Feel Sexy In

If you’re looking for the most scandalous outfits to wear this Halloween, this may not be it.
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If you're a socially conscious f eminist, you'll know sexy shouldn't be defined by anything other than what you make of it.

However, when most people type in "sexy Halloween costumes" into their search engine, they might be looking for tight bodysuits or something that shows a little more cleavage. Don’t get me wrong, I'm not knocking out bunny ears or mesh tights. However, it might be time to stretch what that definition means.

I've gathered a few costume ideas that are sure to make a statement this Halloween while representing some of the most iconic women of our time. So, here are the ten best Halloween costumes for forward-thinking women like us!

1. Rosie the Riveter

Who better to show that we are equal and can do a “man’s job” just as good (or better) than Rosie the Riveter? This outfit is bold and inexpensive. You may even have this in your closet!

2. Marilyn Monroe

"I am very definitely a woman and I enjoy it.”

More proof that you can be beautiful in pants or a dress. Embrace the beauty within.

3. Taylor Swift

“I don’t really think about things as guys versus girls. I never have. I was raised by parents who brought me up to think if you work as hard as guys, you can go far in life,” Taylor Swift said in an interview with The Daily Beast.

Enough said.

4. Hillary Clinton

President or not I’m still with her. Just like feminists and activists before her, she has paved the way for modern women to stand up for themselves and have a voice.

5. Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony proved any woman could turn her dreams into a reality. She helped remove limitations and showed women to be fearless. Fast forward 97 years and women can achieve even more than. Yes, we still have more to accomplish, but we’re definitely nearing the horizon!

6. Amelia Earhart

Not only was she an American aviator, she was also the first woman to ever fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Talk about goals. This Halloween, you can defy gender norms just like Amelia did.

7. Frida Kahlo

Surrealist painter Frida Kahlo explored the depths of her identity, culture, gender, class, love, and loss. Through her persona and her artwork, she defied feminine beauty and gender stereotypes in a time where women had few rights and were viewed as submissive. Who ever said you had to get your brows waxed anyway?

8. Birth Control

Hands off my birth control!

This might be sound a little kooky, but isn't that what Halloween is all about? This year, make it a point to express how you feel through your costume. Women need to stick together! So, let's dress up as birth control to remind the GOP we will not accept another restriction.

9. Wonder Woman

Adding Wonder Woman to our list was a no-brainer. She’s a crowd favorite, especially the way Gal Gadot represented her in the new movie.

Overall, Wonder Woman is a symbolic character that reminds us anyone can be a hero. The days when only little boys looked up to their favorite superhero are long gone. Now, kids and adults of any gender have a badass female superhero to fawn over.

10. Madonna

More than 30 years ago Madonna broke the barriers of what men wanted women to be. In a time where women were expected to follow certain rules, her attitude and bravery overcame those norms. Shoutout to "Hocus Pocus" for the inspo.

11. Rey from "Star Wars"

In "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," Han Solo's new protégé Rey is loaded with martial skills anyone would admire. Daisy Ridley plays the franchise's first female protagonist with a strong feminist persona. Rey refuses to be defined as "just a woman" and is definitely no damsel in distress. Instead, she is a fighter, survivor, and all around badass.

This Halloween, don't just be brave. Be Rey.

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15 Last-Minute Fall Activities For Anyone Who Hasn’t Done Anything Yet

You don't want to wait another year to do these fun things!

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With the weather we keep having here in Ohio, it feels as if we have just skipped the season of fall altogether and went from summer straight to winter. What is that about? Fall is my favorite season and every year I tell my friends that we should do all these fall-related activities. Last year, I didn't do any of them. And this year, that same ending is likely to be repeated. So, if you're like me, and haven't done anything related to the season, here are fifteen activities you should plan before the season is completely over.

1. Go apple picking

Either to an actual orchard, or you could go to the grocery store and buy a bundle of apples, place them in a basket, and pose by any old tree, and take pictures. No one will be able to tell the difference.

2. Go to a pumpkin patch

Or any grocery store and buy pumpkins of various sizes and tell yourself you didn't have time this year to go to an actual patch.

3. Go to a haunted house

Why pay $35 or more on a haunted house, when logging onto Blackboard or Canvas can give you an even bigger scare for free?

4. Get lost in a corn maze

Picture this: going to the grocery store with your mom, she wanders off, and you spend the remainder of your trip trying to look for her. It's basically the same thing.

5. Have a scary movie marathon

A fun roommate bonding activity: put on a scary movie, scream, and jump, then go to bed. All the while, it's pitch black outside. What's better than that?

6. Get dressed up

Wear a tuxedo or formal dress to classes and you're all dressed up. Or find a costume at Goodwill and wear that.

7. Go out partying

Or get dressed up at your dorm/apartment and stay in and watch movies or do homework. You could go out in the cold in a costume or you could stay in and huddle under three blankets. The choice is up to you but staying in already sounds so much more enticing.

8. Go camping

And try not to think about how dozens of horror movies end when a group of people going camping. That would just ruin your fun.

9. Buy a pumpkin spice latte

Go to Starbucks. Order a PSL. Take one sip. Post a picture of the drink on your Snapchat or Instagram story. Then throw it in the garbage because those drinks are trash.

10. Jump into a pile of leaves

And try to ignore the fact that there could be thousands of little bugs and germs within that pile and just try to reach your inner child.

11. Drink apple cider

This will bring back some memories from your childhood. But as an adult, don't look at the nutrition facts. Especially the sugar content.

12. Carve or paint pumpkins

Take out your grocery store bought pumpkins and carve or paint away. While you're doing that, throw those pumpkin seeds into the oven to have a snack when you're done carving away.

13. Eat a caramel apple

This will get you into the fall spirit: with a sweet snack that is almost healthy.

14. Step on every leaf you pass

Hearing that satisfying crunch of leaves as you step on them is one of the best parts of fall. The worst is when you step on a leaf and it doesn't crunch.

15. Get ready for Christmas

Just blatantly ignore the wonderful Thanksgiving, and start preparing for Christmas. These deals won't last long.

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