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Mr. P from Pringles

Mr. Pringles is the long-time mascot for the chip in a can. While his old-timey hair and mustache have long been featured on the packaging, his body is something of a mystery. Or it was, until the HBO talk show host John Oliver issued a challenge on Twitter and wondered “Is he tall or short? Does he have a lot of body hair or is he completely smooth? When will he be able to tell me what his nipples look like?” While the public drew their own fan art, giving Mr. P a sexy physique or dapper tuxedo, the actual body reveal was more toned down, with the mascot dressing for comfort.

“Thanksgiving Pants” Joey Tribbiani from Friends

“All right, where’s that turkey?” To the protests of his friends, Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) eagerly tears into the Thanksgiving turkey dinner, clad in a pair of Phoebe’s maternity pants and a classically comfortable T-shirt. Hilarity ensues as the credits roll. Whether or not he’s planning for a Thanksgiving food coma, Joey Tribbiani dresses comfortably in loose-fitting shirts and pants typical of the 1990s silhouette.

To recreate Joey’s iconic Thanksgiving pants, we’ve paired an obnoxiously colorful pair of Aladdin pants with a black shirt extender garment. It’s far more confining than real maternity pants, but at least the fake turkey is mostly filled with air!

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Ranch It Up

Ranch it up! Advocate to legalize ranch in this casual, mismatched outfit from The Eric Andre Show. Comedian and host Eric Andre goes up to people in Manhattan and talks nonsense, mainly about ranch dressing. You may recognize Ranch It Up from the “Cheers, I’ll drink to that bro” reaction meme. Crop the t-shirt with a pair of scissors.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a judge for the US Supreme Court from 1993 to 2020. She received attention for her advocacy of women’s rights. Justice Ginsburg held radically progressive views and, despite her diminutive stature, wrote fiercely passionate dissents, earning her the moniker “The Notorious RBG”.

Mark and Patricia McCloskey

Mark and Patricia McCloskey

Mark and Patricia McCloskey were speakers at the Republican National Convention because they waved guns at Black Lives Matter protesters. The St. Louis couple rose to national notoriety in late June when they were captured in viral videos and photos outside their mansion in a gated community, pointing a rifle and handgun at peaceful protesters. Since then, they have turned into a Rorschach test for where people stand on the Black Lives Matter movement and gun rights in America.

Cranberry Juice Skateboarder

Cranberry Juice Skateboarder

Nathan Apodaca aka Dogg Face had a TikTok video go viral, when he skateboarded carefree along a highway while vibing to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” and sipping a big bottle of Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry Juice. The unexpected skateboard / Fleetwood / Ocean Spray combo hit a chord, this pure moment racking up over 25 million views. Soon after, Mick Fleetwood himself paid tribute by recreating the TikTok, and Ocean Spray hooked Apodaca up with a new truck and a truck-bed full of cranberry juice.

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TMG in “Broke B*tch”

Tiny Meat Gang is the parody rap duo consisting of famous YouTubers Noel Miller and Cody Ko. While the music project began as tongue and cheek, their songs became non-ironically popular. Their latest hit, “Broke B*tch,” has been deemed one of their best with over 22 million listens on Spotify. Its music video garnered 9.4 million views, and has been highly praised for its concept and editing. Not only did Noel Miller rap and star in the video — he also directed it! The two comedians discussed their lyrics to “Broke B*tch” in a Genius Verified video, which is funny given they’ve poked fun at that series in their commentary collabs.

Laughing Jack from CreepyPasta

Laughing Jack from CreepyPasta

Laughing Jack was once a child’s toy that gave rise to the child’s imaginary friend. But when the child’s personality took a dark turn, so did that of Jack. If you love all things creepy and terrifying, it’s no wonder you like this CreepyPasta Pal! His story is one of the scariest out there.

Jack was once a colorful clown. When his personality took a turn so did his appearance. He is done up entirely in black and white now instead of a rainbow of colors. He has the high ruffled collar of a clown and feathery shoulders on his jacket, all in black. His shirt will take a little DIY but not much. Just cut the bottom half of the striped shirt off then put the crop top on over the top half. Dye the bandages dark grey and wrap those around your torso, covering the bottom of the shirts a little, and you’re good to go! (If you have extra bandages you can wrap those over the bottom half of your gloves too, to mimic Jack’s bandaged hands and black fingers)

For the lower half of the costume you’ll need black knee pants, black suspenders, and long socks that are striped black and white. Different version of the story have different shoes, but the shoe covers pictured above are old fashioned enough for a clown toy without looking like modern clown shoes. A shaggy black wig will give you the clown’s unkempt appearance. Jack was the exaggerated makeup style of a normal clown but done in black and white which you can copy with mime makeup. Once you have the look down all you will need is a sinister laugh and you’ll be dressed up like Jack!

SCP 1471-A from SCP Containment

SCP 1471-A from SCP Containment Breach

SCP 1471 is a mysterious app that, once downloaded, eventually leads to the user seeing SCP 1471-A, a humanoid wolf creature with a skull for a face and creepy, milk-white eyes.  While SCP 1471-A’s true intentions are not fully understood, it is generally considered best to avoid it in the game SCP: Containment Breach.  To create an SCP 1471-A costume, you will need an animal skull mask, tattered wolf ears attached to a messy black wig, and wolf-like hands and feet.  While the game version shows SCP 1471-A dressed in black shirt and pants, there are many interpretations of its clothing, though its costume almost always includes rope tied around the waist like a belt.

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Chravis from Cherdleys

Chravis is a recurring character in Cherdley’s (Chad LeBaron) sketch comedy videos on Youtube. Played by LeBaron himself, Chravis is a typical confused stoner boy. His name is pronounced Travis. He has multiple piercings and wears clothes with tags on them. He appears in the viral video, “Is It Chill If I Chill Here?”