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Should you wear that Halloween costume? A helpful guide
Halloween was basically invented for making bad decisions. Don't let your costume be one of them.
By AJ Willingham, Ian Berry & Stephany Cardet
What's your costume?
A creative take on current events
A sexy version of an otherwise normal thing
A hilarious visual gag
Does it capitalize on a tragedy or crisis?
Is it some sort of internet meme you're going to have to spend the whole night explaining?
It's a gamble but godspeed
Are you just hoping to attract a mate by displaying your unique interpretation of pop culture and social trends?
I'm so lonely
Is my Joker mashup costume that obvious?
Is it a beloved children's character?
You know, a sexy Mr. Rogers costumer DOES exist…
Is it a controversial political figure?
Is it food?
Bring us sexy pizza
OMG what is it!
Sexy Winston Churchill
Does it involve blackface?
Of course not
Could people see it as offensive?
Like, does it feature negative or stereotypical depictions of religious, racial or ethnic groups?
People are so sensitive
Does it involve something inflatable and obscene?
You probably shouldn't wear that
I don't care, it's a free country
You're probably good
Hey, it's a suggestion not a command
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