Top 8 Most Annoying Halloween Costumes
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Top 8 Most Annoying Halloween Costumes

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Top 8 Most Annoying Halloween Costumes

Happy (almost) Halloween everyone! We are quickly encroaching on everyone's favorite spooky holiday and most of you proactive people probably have your costumes picked out. Just in case you were still wondering what to dress up as, or if you want some insight on what you've already chosen, then you've come to the right place!

Here is a list of the top ten most annoying Halloween costumes:

1. The slutty kitty/bunny/mouse:

We've all seen "Mean Girls," so do yourself, and the world, a favor and just ditch the ears. It's overdone.

2. The current presidential candidates:

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This really annoys me! Yes, Donald Trump would be funny for like five minutes, but when the next ten Trumps show up, you're going to wish you'd gone with something else.

3. The "sexy" *insert occupation here*:

Please, please, please don't go as a "Bad Cop." Not only is it too much, it's basically just extremely annoying.

4. The "sexy" *insert character here*:

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They call this "Bad girl" Barney. Barney should never be sexy! It's super creepy.

5. A Christmas tree:

I get it: you love Christmas. But Halloween isn't Christmas.

6. A homeless person:

Moving right on to offensive, just don't do this. It's especially gross when you try to make homelessness "cute."

7. ANY other culture other than your own:

This is just past offensive and straight on the track to cultural-appropriation.

8. That year's biggest movie character:

Katniss is over and done with, and I think after this year I'll feel that way about Harley Quinn.

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