Let’s be honest. Anyone can dress up in something cute for Halloween, but it’s supposed to be a scary holiday. But sometimes the scariest thing about Halloween is trying to find the perfect creepy costume.
Have no fear!
From the undead to iconic horror figures, we’re here with dozens of suggestions that are sure to get your inspiration (and DIY fake blood) flowing.
Zombie Prom Queen
High school teachers have a ridiculously hard job. Not only do they have to try to educate pubescent youth, but they also have to deal with a lot of attitude. I can imagine it would be hard to keep your patience, but that’s just part of the job.
You’re the adult, so you keep your cool and try to set a good example — sometimes.
Other times — if you're Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson, a high school English teacher in Ontario, Canada — you tell a student to “lick me where I fart,” among a bunch of other things.
There’s nothing more terrifying than getting a Facebook notification that you’ve been tagged in a photo on “Throwback Thursday,” but hey, what can you do?
Well, if you're an 18-year-old woman and the person posting those photos is your parent, apparently you can sue them for "pain and suffering," also known as "childhood."
Donald Trump’s hair has been a comedic gold mine for late-night talk show hosts since pretty much forever, and when he made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Fallon asked if he could muss it up while Trump was still a civilian.
That, along with light questions like what fast food Trump likes and if he plays board games, didn't really go over that well with the audience.
Normally, when a date with a stranger is not to your liking, you can shake hands or skip out on the way to the bathroom.
For as long as we've been around, weight loss marketing has walked the line between science and fiction.
Remember when moms were eating their placentas for a hot minute before doctors pretty much deemed it a waste of time (and also just kind of gross)?
Well, move over buddy, because now we have umbilical cord art.
It's always a big roll of the dice when you let your university pick your Freshman year roommate.
Getting your roommate assignments for college is like Russian roulette in that you never know what you might get.
Just as Winnie Chen, 17, who is about to move into student accommodations at UCLA.