There's something especially awesome about Halloween costumes. Maybe it has to do with the fact that they allow us to be more than the average person. So it makes sense that they'd go all out on a holiday that's all about dressing up. Mostly cause it's fun but definitely cause it's a great memory. It's always tough as a parent to come up with some clever ones and sometimes shopping in the costume aisle can be intimidating and picked over. You often get to the point as a parent where you're willing to let kids pick just about anything. Just be careful you look closely or your kid may end up buying the wrong thing. Last thing you need is your kid going as a Rotten Trunip or a Avocado Toast.
Jeff Wysaski has mastered the art of planting hilarious things in everyday situations, like these "relationship saving stations" at IKEA.
The comedian was back at it again this past Halloween with some funny costume ideas that he left in stores to prank shoppers who were none the wiser. We're left wondering if people would actually buy these? We'd go out on a limb and say he probably fooled quite a few people into thinking these things are real. Especially with how high the bar on "funny" and edgy costumes are this Halloween.
Some of them take jabs at ridiculous news trends, like Millennials being responsible for the death of certain industries.
Others were just straight-up ridiculous. Haven't you ever wanted to go trick-or-treating as a pair of jean shorts?
Along with non-descript, clearly plagiarized character costumes doing their best to avoid copyright issues.
There's also the oh-so-wrong Absent Father.
And the inexplicable: Milkshake Duck.
What ducks have to do with milkshakes, I have no idea.
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