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13 Geekiest Halloween Costumes For 2015

We want to help you get into the Halloween spirit while letting your geek flag fly. Check out our list, and let us know which costume you'll be wearing next Saturday.
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Michelle
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Michelle,
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10/30/2015 | 9:56:34 PM
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Flying superman and foosball player are my favorite costumes. Clever always wins!

I've seen that charity's costumes -- they should develop how-to instructions for parents so more kids can enjoy the fun.

 
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10/28/2015 | 11:42:18 PM
Marshmallow Dog
Hoping that the Ice Bucket Challenge will turn into a wet T-shirt competition, I'm considering dressing up my best friend in a nice costume this year. The town's Goodwill is selling dog's costumes at $2. Not bad, ah?
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yalanand,
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10/26/2015 | 10:37:10 PM
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Kid Tardis. Nice. I have seen enough kids in Darth Vader costumes. This one is superb. Except when They have to go to the bathroom.
yalanand
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yalanand,
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10/26/2015 | 1:28:39 PM
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If it were me I would go dressed as Google Chrome. I would take a cake with me on which "RAM" would be written. If someone told me to do something I would take a large bite out of my RAM cake.
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10/24/2015 | 7:47:32 PM
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I like the Lego Captain America, well any Lego mini-fig could look geeky cool. As for the flying Superman, what's great about this is not only the fact that it works well for a kid in a wheelchair but that it looks fairly simple to put together. I learned this year about an organization called MagicWheelchair that makes very elaborate costumes for kids in wheelchairs. Each one takes upwards of 100 hours of work, though, so they can only produce 3. That means the most applicants won't get one. When I saw it, I thought it would be nice to also have instructions for simpler costumes that parents can make themselves. 
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