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Josh Sundquist
Man With One Leg Has The Perfect Costume Every Halloween

When picking out the perfect Halloween costume it is important to remember to dress for your body type. Yes, you can be anything, but people may have a hard time figuring out your costume if you look wildly different from what you are trying to portray. Clothing can only take you so far. 

Josh Sundquist was diagnosed with cancer at age 9 and lost his leg shortly thereafter, but he's never let that stopped from doing anything. For example, in 2006, he represented the USA in the Paralympics. Less impressive, but just as interesting, is that each year he embraces having only one leg and makes the perfect Halloween costume. 

It started in 2006 when he went as the Gingerbread Man from Shrek. 

HALLOWEEN COUNTDOWN 👻 8 days Here's a throwback to 2010, the beginning of one-leg-themed-type costumes. At the time, of...

Posted by Josh Sundquist on Monday, October 23, 2017

He took a break after that but he came back in 2012 as the lamp from A Christmas Story. 

HALLOWEEN COUNTDOWN 👻 7.5 days Here's a throwback to 2012, when my then-girlfriend-now-wife Ashley suggested I dress up...

Posted by Josh Sundquist on Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Then in 2013 he went as a flamingo while also showing off some impressive upper body strength. 

HALLOWEEN COUNTDOWN 👻 6.5 days Throwback to 2013. The year of the flamingo. Earlier that year I'd spotted an ostrich...

Posted by Josh Sundquist on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The following year he went as a Foosball Man. 

With this year's Halloween costume, I'm really trying to raise the bar.

Posted by Josh Sundquist on Tuesday, October 28, 2014

In 2015 he went as an iHop sign. (That actually hopped!)

Last year he went as Lumiere.

Posted by Josh Sundquist on Thursday, October 27, 2016

People have been eagerly awaiting his costume for 2017 and it did not disappoint. 

Here’s my Halloween costume!

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He's Tigger! 

Posted by Josh Sundquist on Thursday, October 26, 2017

We'll have to wait another year to see what's next but I, for one, am excited to find out. 

[h/t Bored Panda]

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