Can't. Stop. Laughing. Must. Breathe.

Have you seen the new twitter challenge that is taking twitterverse by storm, and for once I am actually all about it! It's the Fake Spirit Halloween Costumes. How it all began...someone took a photo of a real Spirit Halloween Costume, photoshopped out the picture and description and challenged anyone and everyone to come up with their own fake Halloween costume. Everyone took it and said challenge accepted.

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These memes are everywhere and at first I was a little confused when I saw them getting posted, thinking they were real. Nope, they are meant to be laughed at. Not to be taken serious at all. Obviously, some seem a little mean spirited, but even celebs are making up their own and having fun with it, so don't be a "Karen" and have fun.

Happy to see even Minnesota has gone all in with this challenge and here are a few that I found which I thought you might enjoy and get some ideas from for your own ideas. First off my favorite is that the Minnesota Vikings jumped in on the fun and just shared:

  • YOUR FAVORITE QB


  • MINNESOTAN

Why not goes as ourselves or let everyone else try it out for a day, spooky!

Photo by Adam Bickler via Minnesota Memes on Facebook
Photo by Adam Bickler via Minnesota Memes on Facebook
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  • WALLEYE CHEATERS COSTUME

What can I say if you know, you know this one! It didn't happen in Minnesota, but it's our state fish and we know all things related to Walleye.

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Photo by Dick Z. Via Minnesota Memes on Facebook
Photo by Dick Z. Via Minnesota Memes on Facebook
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  • My Dad

This is just relatable in so many ways for everyone 😆

Photo by Jeremy Jones via Minnesota Memes on Facebook
Photo by Jeremy Jones via Minnesota Memes on Facebook
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  • MN RADIO HOST

Of course I was going to get in on the fun, why wouldn't I!

Photo by Megan Zee/TSM
Photo by Megan Zee/TSM
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Now it's your turn...what fun creative Minnesota costume could you come up with. You could always make your own costume too. The idea is to have FUN and Happy Halloween!


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