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It's that time of year again where we transform into our favorite character. Forget the candy, Halloween is all about costume parties. Most girls rock sexy costumes, while others travel the comedic route of creativity, and some even grab whatever's in their closet. If you're like us, you're still fiddling on what you and your girl group of friends will turn into. Take a look at some of the most creatively-funny costumes we've found. Hopefully it inspires you and your friends during your costume hunt.

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Loofahs

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Dunkin Donuts
Dunkin Donuts

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One Night Stand

One Night Stand

Rock Paper Scissor

Rock, Paper, and Scissor

Photo Credit: Teen

Soap and Sponge

Soap and Sponge

Photo Credit: The Chive

Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs


Obama Hope Poster

Obama Poster 

Photo Credit: Reddit

Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh


Girls Gone Wild

Girls Gone Wild

Photo Credit: PInterest


-Bun In The Oven

Bun in the Oven

Photo Credit: PInterest

Head in a Box

Head in a Box

Photo Credit: WBIW

Photobooth

Photo Booth

Photo Credit: The Chive


Tetris

Tetris

Photo Credit: The Chive

Chick Magnet

Chick Magnet

Photo Credit: Pleated-Jeans

Abstract Painting

Abstract Art

Photo Credit: The Chive

Assault and Battery

Assault and Battery

50 Shades of Gray

50 Shades of Gray

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Gray Scale Couple

Gray Scale Couple

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TacoBell

Taco Bell Sauce Packets

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Fradulent Slip

Fradulent Slip

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Penny

Penny

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Fish

Fish Tank

Photo Credit: The Chive


Rollercoaster

Rollar Coaster

Photo Credit: The Chive

Words WIth Friends

Words With Friends

Photo Credit: Creative Really Awesome Free Things

Toy Army

Toy Gang

Photo Credit: The Chive

Cardboard

Cardboard

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Meme

Meme Generator

Photo Credit: The High Definition


Lost Dog

Lost Dog

Photo Credit: Bits and Pieces

FUCK Meme

FUUUUUUUUUUUUCKKKKK Meme

Photo Credit: Tumblr

Painting

Painter and Painting

Photo Credit: The Chive

 Spice Rack

Spice Rack

Photo Credit: Buzzfeed

Google Maps

Google Maps

Photo Credit: Reddit

Censored

Censored

Photo Credit: Googydog


Facebook

Facebook Profile

Photo Credit: Blogspot

Energizer Bunny

Energizer Bunny
Liquor Cabinet

Liquor Cabinet

Spice Girls

Spice Girls

Photo Credit: Creative Works

Mail Order Bride

Mail Order Bride

Photo Credit: Emily Things

Barefoot Wine

Barefoot Wine


Life Hands You Lemons

Life Hands You Lemons

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Ipod

Ipods

Photo Credit: Images

Balloon Ride

Balloon Rides

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Rollercoaster

Rollercoaster Ride

Photo Credit: Huffington Post

Error404

Error 404

Photo Credit: Instagram

Youtube

Youtube Channel

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Beer Pong

Beer Pong

Photo Credit: Instagram

Hurricane

Guy in a Hurricane

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Florence and The Machine

Florence and The Machine

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