Halloween was on a Wednesday this year, which meant many people had work, school or other obligations instead of partying on a weeknight. That's OK, though, because I gathered some photos of my favorite costumes this year.
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Halloween is a time when people express themselves through the creative outlet of unique costume. In 2017, a year of legendary memes, dressing up as a super hero or a "slutty bunny" won't do. On the internet, everyone tries to impress each other with "dank memes," so this Halloween, get a do-it-yourself costume of your dankest meme.
Here are 17 funny, yet cheap costume worthy memes of 2017:
1. Obama On Vacation
What you need: Black shorts, black life jacket, dark sunglasses, a big smile, and a presidential dad-bod.
2. Salt Bae
3. Cash Me Ousside Girl
What you need: Straight red wig, spaghetti strap tank top, green skinny jeans, a wicked manicure, and an obnoxious attitude.
4. P. Diddy at Met Gala
What you need: A black suit jacket with white pinstripes, black dress pants, shoes with red soles, a matching cape (of course), and a strikingly casual pose.
5. Mocking Spongebob
What you need: brown pants, yellow shirt, black shoes, Krusty Krab hat, and a mocking voice that sounds nothing like the person you are making fun of.
6. Trump's First Order of Business
What you need: Suit, blue tie, a bad toupee, smug look, a dry erase board, and sarcastic/witty comments to write on it.
7. Roll Safe
What you need: Leather jacket, gold watch, a smirk, and poor logic for all situations.
8. What in Tarnation
What you need: A dog in a cowboy hat.
9. Meryl Streep Shout
What you need: A black shirt, chunky silver watch/bracelet, red lipstick, arms strong enough to keep on your face all day, and a bank of hilariously incorrect lyrics stored in the depths of your brain.
10. Sweating Bear
What you need: Brown outfit, ears on your head, a worried expression, and anxiety sweat.
11. George Bush Poncho
What you need: A black shirt, a blue tie, and an uncooperative poncho.
12. Beyonce Pregnancy Announcement
What you need: A burgundy bra, light blue underwear, a light green tinted veil, flowers, and a food baby.
13. Chance at the VMAs
What you need: Blue jeans, a yellow “3" hat, your phone, an unamused look, and a Big Bird-esque funny yellow shirt.
14. Dark Kermit
What you need: A green felt mask with googly eyes, a friend (also with a green felt mask), a black hood, and all of the worst suggestions that are scenarios all too real.
15. Snapchat Hot Dog
What you need: An oddly brown sweatsuit with matching gloves and socks, a green jacket, a tan jacket over the brown one, one red stripe and one yellow stripe, some sick green headphones, and dance moves to match.
16. Boot Bae
What you need: A pink bandeau, light jeans, a black jacket, high pink boots, and a date to be protective over.
17. Joanne The Scammer
If you're anything like me and know way too much about Disney or just love it, you'll know that the holidays in Disney tend to be a little different then in other places.
1. It's late August and Fall decorations begin to enter the parks.
It's only late August and it is still in the 90s in Florida but everyone is excited because all of the Fall decorations are entering the park and Halloween parties are about to start!
2. Don't worry. It's October now, Fall is actually starting.
It's finally Fall, which means all of the country is excited for PSL at Starbucks. While everyone at Disney has already been enjoying all the Fall food and drink specials for weeks now.
3. It's not even October 31st and it feels like Disney has been celebrating Halloween for 3 years now.
Halloween and Fall have been celebrated in Disney for so long. We aren't sure if we missed it or if it has even happened at all yet.
4. It's October 31st, which means it's finally Halloween for real this time.
We finally made it to Halloween after celebrating it for almost 2 months! Yay, good job Disney!
5. November 1st can only mean one thing. Christmas is starting now.
It's officially Christmas in Disney! Now we get to celebrate Christmas for the next 2 months! Hold on to your Santa hats everyone.
6. If you're wondering, Thanksgiving is the forgotten Holiday.
No Thanksgiving celebrations in Disney! Just Halloween and Christmas, sorry to all of the Thanksgiving lovers out there.
If you're anything like me and love Disney, the holidays tend to be a little different there. Disney does Halloween and Christmas right every year, but sometimes we just want to celebrate those holidays one day out of the year instead of 2 months each.