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12 Halloween Costumes Only Atheists Would Appreciate


Ahh, Halloween. That blustery, crisp time of year when every housewife lines up at the T-Ho’s drive-thru for a Pumpkin spice muffin and matching latte. The time of year every shrub at the end of a driveway suddenly appears to sprout thick, synthetic cobwebs. The pumpkins are popping up all over town, brittle leaves swirl in the wind and costumes are flying off the shelves at every store that sells them.


While this year everyone seems to be planning to be a clown, I thought we atheists could come up with something a little more clever. Here are 12 costumes only atheists will appreciate:


1. Ray Comfort with a giant banana


Sure, people may be confused as to why your shirt says “Atheist’s nightmare” but when you politely explain it’s because your banana is rounded at the tip for ease of entry, all should be cleared up.

2. A priest with a hard-on


This one is easy. Just get a big black priest’s robe and wear something under it that protrudes enough to look like a raging boner. For extra emphasis, wear a chain with a cross on it around your neck and maybe have some lollipops sticking out of your pocket.


3. Your own ancestor


Just dress as an ape!


4. Crocoduck


Half crocodile, half duck, the crocoduck will delight those familiar with Ray Comfort’s favourite species.


5. Ben Affleck


Don’t forget to sport your t-shirt that says, “It’s gross! It’s Racist!”


6. A priest with handcuffs on


The best part is that no one will ask why the priest has been arrested – they already know!


7. Zombie Jesus


Just make sure no one at the event you’re attending is dressed as Daryl Dixon.


8. Mohammad on his magical donkey 


Don’t forget to travel with a security detail.

10. Pascal’s Bookie


Take bets regarding the afterlife from everyone you approach.


11. A mohel with a giant pair of scissors. 


If you want to give all your guy friends a good Halloween scare, let them think they stumbled into a bris.


12. God.


The key is, don’t show up for the party or event you’re dressing up for, and when your friends ask why you weren’t there, tell them to prove you weren’t.


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What are you going as for Halloween? Let me know in the comments!


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