These Weird Halloween Costumes Are Perfect For Any Pandemic
Does the thought of celebrating Halloween in a pandemic seem quite difficult?
Perhaps. But humans are resilient beings and can find ways to have fun even after the usual costume parties and trick or treating are off the table this year.
While COVID-19 continues to be a serious problem, HuffPost Weird News can still help you enjoy the vacation.
And we promise: Wear one of the costumes in our Weird Halloween Costume Guide and you will have no problem getting people to socially distance themselves from you.
Sexy plague doctor
Are you trying to find a costume suitable for a pandemic? The Sexy Plague Doctor is the perfect remedy.
Are you looking for a great way to get to Netflix and chill out? This Tiger King outfit will surely attract someone who wants to fool around.
Leafy Super Woman Constume
No, "Leafy Super Woman" is a heroine who isn't in the Marvel or DC movie universes, but that costume will still smoke compliments from a certain percentage of the population.
President's pick-up costumes
Any costume that shows how the leader of the free world welcomes a woman will grab attention. What you do with these eyeballs is up to you.
Reverse costume for cat owners
Circumstances may force you to just spend Halloween with your fur baby, but there is no reason why you can't share the joy of the holiday by having your pet dress up as you and you as your pet. It will be a pleasure for you and a trick for you.
If Vladimir Putin can help Donald Trump run the 2016 election, he can surely help you get you to every house in your neighborhood that is ready to give you candy.
Oh the serenity of it all. People who see you up front will think that you're pushing social distance to the limit. Butt, if they see you from behind, they'll know
If you're one of those people considering moving to Canada if Trump is re-elected, this Canadian Mountie outfit is more than a Halloween costume - it could become a staple of your wardrobe. Or not.
80s boom box
Dressing up as a boom box could be a great thing on Halloween - only wear earplugs as this costume is pretty noisy.
Finding a stranger animal costume than this giraffe jumpsuit is going to be a big job.
Wear this loofah costume and you will be showered with compliments. People can also take Bill O'Reilly testimonials, so google it before you go out.
Can't decide whether to go out on Halloween or just to stay? This pineapple costume can't decide either! It looks like a costume but feels like pajamas. Perfect for a Halloween at home.
Sure, this costume is a little on your face, but it's also scientifically correct. Just tell yourself that.
Imagine all of the great conversations that this Mermaid Man costume would inspire if you were in a situation where Halloween parties were possible.
"I'm disguised as a character from SpongeBob SquarePants."
"Oh. Hey, sorry, I think I'm seeing someone I'm going to pretend to know."
Conversation: It's a lost art.
Halloween costumes sometimes offer a window into a person's hidden side. Of course, with this tough seltzer outfit, the message is clear: if you drink, you have to get drunk.
So your costume is ... not a costume?
Doggy werewolf costume
With Halloween parties going on this year, you may need to recruit family members to join the fun. Your dog will love getting in touch with the wolf side of his ancestors. On Halloween it should be full moon so that Fido can transform into a werewolf without an outfit.
"I want a costume with a little spice."
"How about dressing up as a chili pepper?"
"Too hot for me."
"Well, how about a clove of garlic?"
"Well you could go, I mean, salt is a condiment, right?"
"Yeah, but it's more reliable than other spices. People will know I'm sensible, but they know how to have fun ... sometimes."
"Well, that's definitely news."
Boner the caveman
If you need a costume that also encourages social distancing, leave it to Boner to the cavemen.
Bob Ross painting
This Bob Ross-themed costume is perfect for the person who wants their "happy little trees" to be a little sexy too. Just be careful with people who attack you.
Bottle of fireball
The more your Halloween parties drink, the more compliments you will get for this Fireball whiskey costume.
Fake news reporter
Fake news = real costume.
This kiddie pterodactyl costume will help your child "terrorize" the neighborhood.
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
Parents can expect to get a Halloween, maybe two, if their child is too young to help choose their own costume. This Stay Puft Marshmallow Man costume will be adorable when the kid is 1 - and great blackmail when they're 14.
Guy On Tapatio Hot Sauce
Celebrating the spicy tapatio sauce, this costume is a great way to spice up any Halloween.
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