There's no doubt about it: Halloween is always better when your favorite people are all together. While group Halloween costumes always pack a punch, it can be hard to come up with creative ideas for them, especially if you're going that extra mile and making them yourself.
You and your best friend want to have the absolute best costumes this Halloween—even more than you want to raid the candy aisles for discount treats on November 1 (just me?). Like, how are you and your bestie supposed to live up to iconic moments like Katy Perry and Taylor Swift dressed as a burger and fries? Searching for the perfect best friends Halloween costume can make you feel like you're in your own personal horror movie called Night Of The Living Dull, but there is a fool-proof way out of this haunted house.
Better yet, dress 'em up as characters from your favorite cult classic Halloween movies, like Beetlejuice or choose something that you can wear together like matching vampire costumes. No matter what, these funny dog costumes for every size and breed—from the tiny Chihuahua to the Golden Retriever—will make your sidekick stand out from the pack come October 31. Let your dog rock out in this hilarious one-piece costume.
Look at this makeup, isn't it neat?
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It’ll be turning heads even more than before. 💀
It's August, which means it's basically September, which means we're hours away from October, which means it's Halloween. The candy I've ranked? With that: Whether you're one of those millennials who fled to the 'burbs and is now facing down your first Halloween where tweens will ruthlessly judge you for your candy selection, or so far removed from childhood festivities that you're starting to see eye-to-eye with the witch whom Hansel and Gretel intruded upon, here is a completely subjective but totally trustworthy ranking of the top 20 Halloween candies in America.
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A whole month of [trick or] treating yourself to classic Halloween flicks.
According to History.com, the first Halloween celebrations can be traced back to the ancient Celts. During the Celtic festival of Samhain, it was customary for poor children to go door-to-door begging for food and money. Despite colonial New Englanders' awareness of Halloween, History.com explains that celebrations were very limited due to their strict Protestant beliefs.
Talk about an easy conversation starter!
Answer: As OfficeHolidays.com points out, the term for having a deep fear of the holiday of Halloween is called 'Samhainophobia.' Answer: Manhattan's Greenwich Village has been hosting its annual Halloween parade for 47 years, each year going even more above and beyond than the previous one. Answer: Halloween wouldn't be the same without pumpkins, and thankfully, there are plenty of gourds to go around.
It’s never too early to get into the spooky spirit!
Because no one wants to miss out on the first pick of the candy.
I'll have the Hocus Pocus Punch in a cauldron, please.
Prepare to turn heads on your block.
We’re ready for warm-beverage season. ☕️
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It’s perfect for those crisp fall days.
$15,000 alone was spent on a replica of Coco Chanel's couch. The non-adult members of the cast didn't just play classmates on the show, they were learning together in real life. The Russian adaptation of the show, 'The Voronins,' became Russia's most-watched comedy and surpassed the American original in number of episodes aired.