The top ten horrible Halloween costumes that aren’t Ray Rice
Nowadays if someone sees a bad Halloween costume, it’s going to end up on internet. Halloween is still a few days away and we’ve already found some really bad costume ideas on Twitter.
10. The “Invisible Pedestrian”
— Trevor Kelly (@TrevorKelly6) October 25, 2014
When you’re a kid knocking on strangers’ doors at night asking for candy, naturally the first rule is “safety first.” This costume could not be less safe it was made out of broken glass.
9. Baby Butt
— Molly Ball (@mollyesque) October 14, 2014
Tobacco marketing aimed at kids is just getting ridiculous.
8. Ferguson Protester
— Riverfront Times (@RiverfrontTimes) October 27, 2014
Watch out for rubber bullets.
Seriously, have some self respect. Actually this one could lead to some awkward situations if fellow party goers have had too much to drink
6. “Prison Princess”
What every little girl should aspire to. pic.twitter.com/3cS8RKxeLr
— Shannon (@lembas_n_coffee) October 28, 2014
“Prison Princess” is probably also a euphemism for something we’d rather not discuss here.
5. Human Centipede
just when you thought you'd seen the worst halloween costume … pic.twitter.com/Z42jPG67Qn
— Molly Ketterer (@mollykett27) October 24, 2014
Just no. Seriously. No.
4. Ice Bucket Challenge
Possibly the worst Halloween costume ever? pic.twitter.com/g72HKpYs64
— George (@CuriousGFP) October 27, 2014
Why not just use a real ice bucket?
This one’s for the people who really want to dress up as a major Obama administration foreign policy initiative.
2. Sexy Ebola Containment Suits
Worst. Costume. Design. Ever. pic.twitter.com/30rmVoL15P
— Hashem Said (@hash_said) October 27, 2014
Congrats on winning all of the "Worst Halloween Costume" awards all at once, Sexy Ebola Containment Suit. pic.twitter.com/gqV1XTGqkM
— Storm Crow Tavern (@stormcrowtavern) October 27, 2014
No wonder the CDC needed to change those protocols.
1. Beyonce’s Silhouette
It looks Charles Clymer morphing into “Rodan.”
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