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Popular Halloween Costumes
Popular Halloween Costumes

Still stuck on what to wear this Halloween?  (Dave is!)

Here’s Google’s list of the most searched Halloween costumes on Google Shopping from Marketwatch:

The minions from “Despicable Me”

Characters from “Breaking Bad”

A fox (inspired by the “What Does The Fox Say?” viral video from Ylvis…watch it here)

The cast of “Duck Dynasty”

MILEY CYRUS (Ugh.)

Characters from “Minecraft”, a modern video game that looks old school

Daenerys Targaryen, the princess with the dragons from “Game of Thrones” (Who?)

Batman

1920s-style dresses, like ones in “The Great Gatsby”

DAFT PUNK helmets (?!?!)

Dave has a Batman costume in storage…so it may be time to “recycle”…what are YOU going as?

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