Compilation of best 30 hilarious halloween costumes that are going viral this year
Halloween is considered to be the most terrifying and at the same time one of the most popular holidays in the world.
Halloween is celebrated every year on October 31st, on the eve of All Saints' Day. The traditions of its celebration were laid by the ancient Celts of Ireland and Scotland.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word "Halloween" was first mentioned in the 16th century as a Scottish abbreviation for the English phrase All-Hallows-Even. On October 31, it is customary to dress up as scary characters, decorate the house and buy sweets.
The main symbol of the holiday is considered to be Jack's Lamp - a pumpkin, on which, as a rule, an ominously grinning face is carved. A lighted candle is placed inside the vegetable. For the first time "Jack's lamps" appeared in the UK, but initially they used rutabagas or turnips for their manufacture. It was believed that such a fruit, left on All Saints Day near the house, would drive away evil spirits from him. As the Halloween tradition spread to the United States, pumpkins were used to make lamps because they were more readily available and cheaper.
Today, instead of the classic version - pumpkins with an evil "face", others are popular among fans of the holiday. So, users of social networks on the eve of the holiday demonstrated pumpkins with glowing frightening phrases: "Subsistence minimum", "Gasoline prices", etc.
It is a truly beloved holiday. As long as man's fantasies have no limits, everyone interprets his costume in his own way, that's why we finally get very funny costumes.
Bemorepanda has collected the funniest costumes, and some of them can also serve as a source of inspiration for 2020.
1.No filter needed
2.Remember the movie?
4.Trump is moving out
5.Cartoon movies inspiration
6.Run Forest, run!
8.Mommy belly on Halloween
11.That's a funny kid of the Royal Family
13.The super heroes
14.Pasta and sauce
15.That's a great combo
21.Online shopping goes wrong
22.That's a funny costume
23.Rapunzel and her daddy
27.The cuttest gift ever
29.Assault and Battery
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Afghan women fight for freedom by posting pictures of them wearing national costumes: #DoNotTouchMyClothes
#DoNotTouchMyClothes is the hashtag that accompanies photos posted by Afghan women. After staging protests in Afghanistan's largest cities, the protest against Taliban rules has now moved to social media.
Afghan women around the world post on social media images in which they wear colorful folk costumes, using the hashtag #DoNotTouchMyClothes - "don't touch my clothes".
The protest is a response to a demonstration orchestrated by the Taliban at the University of Kabul, in which about 300 women appear dressed from head to toe in black, with their faces and hands covered.
They waved the Taliban flag and said they supported Taliban militants, who announced that women would not be allowed to hold government positions and that schools and universities would be segregated by gender.
Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender specialist, posted the first photo using the hashtag #DoNotTouchMyClothes, which then inspired many Afghan women around the world to do the same.
Peymana Assad, the first person of Afghan origin to hold a public post in the UK, posted a photo of her wearing colorful traditional clothes. "It simply came to our notice then. My traditional dress, "Assad wrote on Twitter.
Singer Ariana Delawari, who managed to flee Afghanistan shortly after the Taliban took control of the capital, posted a picture of women in her family wearing traditional costumes.
Our culture is not dark, it is not black or white - it is full of color, beauty, art and crafts and identity, "Lima researcher Lima Halima Ahmad, founder of the Paywand Afghan Association, which focuses on issues, told the BBC. facing women in Afghanistan.
40 Best Halloween Costume Ideas of 2020 for couples
The super fun Halloween holiday is fast approaching and we have already started thinking about what to wear. We don't want to buy too expensive costumes, and we suspect you don't want to either, so we tried to find some super cute and quite affordable options. We share with you our favorite costumes and we want you to have fun on this occasion, and win the prize for the best couple costume at the party you go to.
2.Jasmine and Aladin
8.Simple but cute costumes
9.Cool costume fora funny couple
10.Fall thematic costumes
12.Lady and Tramp
16.Ken and Barbie
20.Game of Thrones
25.Shrak and Fiona
26.Remember this cartoon?
29.Fraon and Cleopatra
33.NASA and the star
35.The plastic surgeon
40.That's what the cat did to him
Compilation of top 50 funny & silly Halloween costumes that will out a smile on your face
There is little time until the Halloween party, and if you haven't decided what costume you will wear this year, we come up with the most inspired proposals.
Although, on Halloween, there are trends that are becoming more and more fashionable, there are classic costumes that are always successful: clowns, witches, zombies, vampires, demons, skeletons, werewolves, ghosts, pumpkins…
You may prefer to opt for classic Halloween costumes, or maybe you are a creative person looking for something much more special.
Here we have collected the funniest Halloween costumes, maybe you will find an idea for you.
1.One night stand
2.Periods be like
4.With and without filter
6.Caesar and Cleopatra
7.Macaroni and cheese
10.Grinch came to the party
13.Elf on the Shelf
17.Whiskey and Marlboro
18.Will work for candy
21.Yin and Yang
22.What costume is this?
25.Funny and easy costume
26.When you have children is easy to invent a costume
27.Inside Out on Halloween
29.What about this queen?
32.That's for couples
39.This is scary
44.What about this?
47. Always windy
50.The little boss
How a postman is making people smile during quarantine with funny costumes.🤗
Jon Matson, is a 39-year-old postman from West Boldon, United Kingdom. Being a dad-of-two and an all-around comedian guy, decided to spread some fun during the delivery process and to cheer up people during quarantine.
Jon changed his typical uniform for flamboyant costumes, making his deliveries the most anticipated event of the day for everyone on his route. In this way he is motivating people to start their routine mornings in an hilarious way, alleviating the stress of people, but also of him, because he is working during difficult and dangerous times.
“So while this virus grips the world I still have to go to work and deliver post, today I done it in style and made a few people smile. That was the ultimate goal.” wrote Jon Matson on his page.
Jon is a postman for just over 4 years. He was a bus driver before this, but the love being out in the fresh air and meeting people, made him work as a postman.
For Jon, a normal day as a postman before the coronavirus outbreak, started with arriving at his delivery office in the morning and sorting mail into order, followed by loading the van. But after the virus outbreak the situation changed drastically. Jon can’t go to the office to sort the mail, so his partner is doing this by himself, and is delivering then the van to Jon.
It is unusual to work in loneliness for Jon, while he can’t cheer up himself with jokes and funny stories of his partner at work. That was the moment he decided to make happy others, when seeing him arrive. The lockdown affected people joy and happiness, made them feel lonely and untypical.