What this lady did was create a fake bowl of cereal around her, likely using some cardboard and tape. She then added massive rainbow-colored cereals into her human-sized bowl and proceeded to even add a fake massive spoon to the mix. All of this is packed in a comfortable, wearable costume that you can carry with just two straps on your shoulders. This is really one of the better costumes we’ve seen in recent years.
We hope these entries helped you find inspiration for your next Halloween holiday and believe in you enough to say, “go out there and create a costume that would make us put you on next years’ list!”
We've had nightmares about the weeping angels. Thanks, "Doctor Who." For those who aren't familiar with the long-running science fiction series, the Weeping Angels are a race of predatory creatures that resemble stone statues.
This costume may only be recognized by "Doctor Who" fans, but it's still an amazing idea!
A Formal Apology
We have in our hearts enough room for about one play-on-words joke per day, and this guy is the first one we've seen so far, so things are OK for now. Apparently, he took the phrase "formal apology" to its logical conclusion by wearing formal attire, including a suit, tie, handkerchief, and even a pocket watch chain like they used to wear in the 19th century.
His tie says "SORRY" on his tie, making the joke quite evident after about 5 seconds of attempting to figure out the meaning behind the outfit.
Starbucks has become one of the most popular coffeehouse chains in the entire world and currently serves over 30,000 locations all around the world. The company has released a new frappuccino in 2017 that was completely different than any of their previous frappuccinos.
It was called the unicorn frappuccino and had a weird pink color due to its content of pink powder, mango syrup, sour blue drizzle, vanilla whipped cream, and a bit of sweet pink and sour blue powder topping.
Florence Meets The (Washing) Machine
This costume is a smart play on words that actually uses these two people to refer to the famous English indie rock band "Florence and the Machine." The group was formed in London in 2007 and became popular shortly after.
It's unclear whether this costume was made intentionally, seeing that the guy and the girl appear to be unrelated and slightly surprised.