I'm one of those people who wait until the last moment to find a Halloween costume, and thanks to last year's attempt to buy a costume shop one day before Halloween, I'll just settle for things, I have lying around in my house until today. It's like a Black Friday chaos, only with more attackers.
The purpose of this summary are Halloween costumes at the last minute. You do not use anything except the things you have lying around in your apartment. Seriously, that's as easy as possible, with as little work and material as possible. I also do not speak of Twister costumes. Who owns Twister? I mean, I like to go in your closet and take some markers.
No, I'm not talking about this pumpkinhead which would take much more time and effort, but a simpler version. Basically, just cut a hole in the bottom of one of the big pumpkin lanterns on your porch (or another) and hit it on your head. Done
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You may not recognize the name, so let me rewrite that for you … Tom Cruise in Risky Business . Take off your pants, put on sunglasses, and grab something nearby to sync your lips. It never gets old, no matter how bad the movie is.
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This year, not only thanks to Beyoncé, it will be hot, but it's as easy as on a posterboard. If you do not have any artistic skills (or an Instagram account), I would skip it, but if you can use scissors and a blue marker, why not?
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If you have a black Sharpie and a junk t-shirt or hoody that you do not want to ruin, the  Error 404 Shirt is the simplest Halloween costume ever and perfect for today's Internet-driven world.
5. Sheet Ghost
I know this is like the oldest costume ever, but there is a reason why this costume is still there. It's easy, and anyone with a bed and scissors can do that.
Add a large kitchen knife and glasses, and from the original Halloween .
Hell, it's even a good last minute costume for your pet.
6. The Black Outfit, ie Ninja, Burglar, Shadow, Etc.
Orange may be the color of pumpkin lanterns, but black is definitely the color of Halloween, so it seems logical that everything in black clothes should be enough to go trick or treat. Just do not take that as Orange Is the New Black or anything and go invisibly, because that's unacceptable – point – no matter how many celebrities try it.
You can do so many different things with the black clothes in your wardrobe … DIY Ninja Costume, DIY Burglar, DIY Cat Burglar, DIY Shadow … you have the point.
They just need a t-shirt for the ninja mask. For the burglar, a dark tights or a ski mask, balaclava or black cap is enough. Simply attach a few paper ears to the cat burglar or pull a mustache into your face, à la Amanda Knox. Shadow is pretty self-explanatory, right?
7. Write on Your Face
There are tons of movies and TV shows where the characters have scribbled words or symbols on their faces. Choose your choice, take a mark and scribble. For example, draw a few crosses on your face, such as the Mad John Trent (Sam Neill) In the Mouth of Madness . Chain smoking is optional.
If you World War II you know what I mean. Magazines are the best way to protect yourself from a zombie bite, as Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) has shown us so skilfully. Actually, you can use anything that is thick and bendable. If nobody understands it, you can simply say that you protect yourself from dogs with rabies. Zombies, canines, the same thing.
9. Sluts & Never Nudes
With the comeback of Arrested Development this year on Netflix. What's easier than writing "SLUT" on a red shirt like Lindsay or showing your gymnophobia by liking your denim shorts Tobias?
Need more ideas?
We have plenty of . In this costume guide you'll find other last minute ideas like the Brawny guy, a stick figure and a naked Rihanna. Or for Charlie Brown, Hesher and Candy Corn. Maybe less is better in your case, like the girls from the video "Blurred Lines".