I'm one of the waiters waiting for the last minute to find a Halloween costume and thanks to last year's attempt to buy one at a local suit store the day before Halloween, I'll just settle for things I've been lying in my house from now to eternity. It's like Black Friday chaos, just with more gropers.
So, the purpose of this round is last-minute Halloween costumes with nothing but the things you've been living in your home. Seriously, it's as easy as possible, with as little work and material as possible. Nor do I speak Twister costumes. Who really owns Twister? I mean to go into your closet and take some markers.
first Pumpkin Head
No, I'm not talking about this Pumpkinhead, which would take a lot more time and effort to pull off, but a simpler version. Basically, just cut a hole in the bottom of one of the big jack-o-lanterns on the porch (or someone else's) and drop it on your head. Clear.
2. Joel Goodsen
You may not recognize the name, so let me reformulate it for you … Tom Cruise in Risky Business . Drop your pants, do some sunglasses and grab something nearby to read-sync and you are set. It never gets old no matter how bad the movie sucks.
3. Instagram Photo
Not only will this be hot this year thanks to Beyoncé, but it's as easy as drawing on the billboard. If you do not have any knowledge (or an Instagram account) I would skip it, but if you can work a pair of scissors and a blue marker, why not?
4. Error 404: Costume Not Found
If you have a Black Sharpie and a garbage t-shirt or hoodie that you do not mind destroying,  Error 404 shirt is quite easily the easiest Halloween costume ever and perfect for today's Internet-driven world.
5. Sheet Ghost
I know this is like the oldest costume ever, but there is a reason why this one still exists. It's easy, and everyone with a bed and a scissors can do it.
Add a large kitchen knife and a pair of glasses, and you have immediately been transformed into Michael Myers from the original Halloween .
Hell, it even makes a good last costume for your pet.
] 6. The black outfit, ie ninja, intruder, shadow, etc.
Orange may be the color of jack-o-lanterns, but black is definitely the Halloween color, so it seems logical to get dressed in all black will suffice to go trick-or-treat with. Just do not take it like Orange is the new black or something and go all black on us, because it's unacceptable – no matter how many celebrities it is.
You can do so many different things with the black clothes in your wardrobe … DIY ninja suit, DIY burglary, DIY cat breaker, DIY shadow … you get the score.
You Only Need A T- shirt for the ninja mask. For the burglar comes dark pants to do, or a ski mask, balaclava or black beanie. For the cat breaker, just attach some paper ears or pull a mustache on your face, la Amanda Knox. The shadow is quite self-explanatory, right?
7. Write on your face
There are lots of movies and TV shows where the characters had words or symbols on their faces, so choose yourself, take a cursor and get a script. For example, draw a lot of cross on your face like crazy John Trent (Sam Neill) from In The Mouth of Madness . Chain smoking is voluntary.
If you have seen World War Z you know what I mean. Newspapers are the best way to protect you from a zombie bite that Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) showed us so cleverly. Actually you can use anything that is thick and bendable. If nobody gets it, you can only say that you protect yourself from rabies dogs. Zombies, dogs, same thing.
9. Sluts & Never Nudes
With Comeback of Arrested Development this year at Netflix, what's easier than writing "END" on a red sweater like Lindsay, or show your gymnophobia by stripping down to jean the shorts like Tobias?
Need more ideas?
We have good. Check out this costume guide to see more last minute ideas, such as the Brawny guy, a stick figure and a nude Rihanna. Or this one for Charlie Brown, Hesher and Candy Corn. Perhaps less is better in your case, like the girls from the "Blurred Lines" video.