It’s finally that time of the year when you can dress as anything you want. Although most of us might go for a store-bought costume this Halloween, some folks simply wouldn’t settle for mediocrity. Check out these creative Halloween costumes that will blow your mind.
Some relied on amazing makeup work and impressive sewing skills. However, others made use of everyday items and just took it to another level. Either way, these awesome costumes will inspire and impress you this season.
Linguini And His “Little Chef”
It’s amazing what one can do with a chef’s toque and the right lighting. This creative dude paid tribute to the real talent in the Pixar film Ratatouille. Let’s just hope he doesn’t run into Chef Skinner.
Vincent Van Gogh And Starry Night
You can’t deny van Gogh’s genius, but this guy is clearly just a little bit smarter. The costume makes use of the artist’s distinct style in his famed Self-Portrait and The Starry Night.
You don’t want to meet these girls in the depths of the ocean. Or maybe even a dark alley. It’s incredible, but also downright terrifying.
No-Face Goes To Preschool
We have to praise this cool kid for pulling off this Spirited Away look with a matching purse. Bonus points for scaring the classmates into tears.
The Look On The Cat’s Face Says It All
This guy decided to dress as his cat for Halloween. We’re not sure how the cat feels about it but we’re impressed.
Someone found the best use for a 3D printer. Let’s just hope he doesn’t leave his face lying around somewhere.
Where’s Trump Going With That Box?
It’s a bit old but still pretty impressive. This girl decided to go as an individual being deported by Donald Trump for Halloween.
If You Didn’t Think That Was The Real Steve Jobs, You’re Lying
This creative dude even joked that he would drop by the Apple Store in his costume. We wonder how the employees would react.
Now, this is how you do a group Halloween costume. We’re not surprised that these men took home the office costume award.
A Walking Refrigerator With A Little Surprise Inside
This Halloween costume gets better when you open the freezer. Also, we don’t recommend opening the freezer if you plan on getting any sleep tonight.
I Smell Children
These awesome sisters decided to go as the cool witches from Hocus Pocus. Needless to say, the Sanderson Sisters should be proud as these ladies run amok amok amok amok!
This Is Just Impressive
How did he manage to cut himself in half? Probably sorcery.
What do you think of these creative costumes? Let us know in the comments below.
Floating Pipe ‘Wilson’ To Start Collecting Plastics In The Pacific Ocean
This is such an amazing idea!
A floating pipe called "Wilson" is slated to begin its mission to clean the Pacific Ocean from plastics. Last month, Ocean Cleanup Foundation launched the 2,000 foot-long floating pipe from San Francisco.
The apparatus will help get rid of plastics and other debris from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch located between San Francisco and Hawaii. The U-shaped pipe is reportedly more than twice the size of Texas.
Elderly McDonald’s Worker Receives $69K In Donations After Wife Passes Away In Restaurant
A beautiful story of friendship, generosity, and rising above tragedy.
It's truly amazing when an entire community decides to work together to help someone in need. An elderly McDonald's worker has just received $69,000 in online donations to help pay for his debts. It's an incredible show of generosity that happened just two months after the employee's wife passed away in the same restaurant he's worked in for 40 years.
Wendall Gill has been making customers smile at the McDonald's in Lexington, Kentucky for several years. Unfortunately, the 85-year-old worker was hit with tragedy in September. Gill's wife Della visited him at the restaurant so they could eat lunch together. Della went to the bathroom, where she suffered an aneurysm and passed away. Now Gill's customers are the ones who are working to bring his smile back.
This man is helping his elderly friend in the best way possible.
12 Fascinating Facts About The Queen’s Guards
#7 is too hard.
If you've ever been to Buckingham Palace, you've probably noticed the armed guards wearing the bearskin caps standing sentry. These aren't your average security guards roaming through shopping malls; they are the Queen's Guards.
The British royal family has captured the curiosity of many people, including the stoic soldiers who guard Her Majesty. Here are 12 things you never knew about the Queen’s Guards.
1. Those guns aren’t usually loaded.