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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

5 Best Food-Themed Halloween Costumes

Posted By on Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 10:31 AM

The time has come for San Franciscans to nail down their perfect ironic/disrespectful/tramp-ified Halloween costume. If you're tired of choosing between slutty cat and slutty bunny, we're here to help! Since this is a food blog, we're going to explore the five best food-related Halloween costumes, and help you execute them in style! No, you won't be wearing a white sheet and going as a bag of flour/possible klan member, we already did the five worst food-related Halloween costumes. Please note: If you MUST slutty it up, you can always just shorten these costumes to your crotch or go as Sexy Chinese Takeout. So sexy!

5. Jared from Subway, before and after

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I really can't say anything more to sell this costume other than it's the world's best idea and if you don't do it, you're an idiot.

You need: For the fat person, a t-shirt and jeans. For the skinny person: a t-shirt and jeans to wear, and a pair of the fat person's jeans to carry around. Jared name tags and Subway sandwiches are optional, but recommended.

4. Los Pollos Hermanos Employee

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Can you imagine working for Gus Fring? Shit, ain't nothing scarier.

You need: red apron, bright yellow polo shirt, and a red visor. Here's where things get advanced, you have to make your own signage for your visor but I believe in you and the ability of your Epson 5000. You might also want to carry a basket of fried chicken around. If you want to go the fake costume route (wimp!), you could always just wear a Los Pollos Hermanos t-shirt.

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