Toronto Halloween costumes

21 hilarious costumes spotted in Toronto this Halloween

Halloween costumes typically fall into one of five categories: Sexy, scary, funny, cute, or cosplay (e.g. when you dress up like a TV character or the guy from Nickelback).

If the goal is to get attention, you'll never go wrong with something truly terrifying or barely there – but no type of costume will get more love, compliments, or photo requests than a funny one. Trust me.

Here are just a few of the many clever costumes spotted around Toronto this (pre-) Halloween weekend.

Taco "Belle"
A "Nigerian Prince" email scammer
Girl who got ice-cream dumped on her head.

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Daenarys Targaryen riding a dragon

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Jellyfish

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The Tune Squad from Space Jam

Tune squad. What a great way to spend Halloween

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A Toronto raccoon

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Not a bug – a feature!
The Second Amendment to the U.S. constitution

("The right to bear arms. GET IT?)

A pre-op cosmetic surgery patient:
"The effects of gentrification"
A real-life Banksy mural
Student loans

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Fruit!

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Arthur and DW

And I say hey! Hey! What a wonderful kind of day. #fnlrom

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Ken and Barbie

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Rick and Morty

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He-Man and Skeletor

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Ghostbusters and Slimer
Darrel Hammond as Sean Connery on SNL's Celebrity Jeopardy

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And last but not least, a very cute can of beer.

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Lead photo by

Eric Chappell


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