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Top Ten Halloween Costumes for 2014

By Anna Topping

1. Ray Rice & Janay Palmer – cute couples costume, have one person wear a Ray Rice jersey and then beat up the other person who is being Janay. Add a sling or some bandages for the finishing touch.

2. Any member of Orange is the New Black – wear all orange and don’t shower for a while to get that authentic women’s prison feel. Feel free to have casual lesbian sex throughout the night.

Source: twitter.com

Source: twitter.com

3. North West –  have your friend carry you around all night while you both wear matching Gucci outfits.

Source: uk.celebrity.yahoo.com

Source: uk.celebrity.yahoo.com

4. The Ebola Virus – go to Africa and lick as many things as possible, you will probably catch Ebola and have a very realistic Halloween costume (Caution- there is no cure for Ebola).

Source: cnn.com

Source: cnn.com

5.Flappy Bird – dress up like a yellow bird and try to navigate through a maze of green pipes. (LSD required)

Source: slidelive.com

Source: slidelive.com

6. Ice Bucket Challenge – run around with a bucket of ice water and dump it on strangers then lecture them about ALS.

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Source: usatoday.com

7.American Horror Story – wear all black but in a stylish Jessica Lange kind of way.

Source: pandawhale.com

Source: pandawhale.com

8. Kim Jong Un – dress up like a giant baby and speak aggressive Korean to everyone you meet.

Source: theblaze.com

Source: theblaze.com

9.The U2 Album nobody wanted – walk around playing the new U2 album taking people’s iPhones and downloading the album without their permission.

Source: factmag.com

Source: factmag.com

10. Emma Watson’s Leaked Nudes – don’t wear any clothes except for your time turner and don’t stop quoting Harry Potter.

Source: surfingbird.ru

Source: surfingbird.ru

 

 

Anna can be reached at http://annatoppingdaily.wordpress.com/ and toppinga@emmanuel.edu

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