Travel with a posse of small children. Someone’s bound to notice that you don’t quite belong. Then again, maybe they won’t.
Wear a couple’s costume by yourself. Be salt and pepper, Patrick inside SpongeBob, peanut butter mixed with jelly….you know what I mean. If you really want to make sure people notice you, hop into the background of other couples’ photos — even if you don’t know them. Making new friends is what Halloween is all about!
Instead of candy, ask for money. Specifically, handwritten checks to the collegiate institution of your choice. Let’s face it, you need all the tuition help you can get.
Sing Christmas carols at each door you visit. A group of carolers usually makes a more lasting impression, but don’t be afraid to run a one-man-show. Dress the part, and be sure to bring tinsel, ornaments and fake snow (or real snow, for you overachievers) to sprinkle on passers-by.
Trick-or-treat online. After customizing your virtual costume, select the neighborhood of your choice from a drop-down menu. Level-up to unlock the abandoned house on the corner, but don’t let other trick-or-treaters pass you, or you’ll lose a life. Candy can be converted to bitcoin upon the user’s request.
Perform a ritual exorcism of the ghosts in a haunted house. Bring some holy water and cleanse those ghouls to death (pun intended). Chant loudly, so everyone in the neighboring houses can hear you as well.
Wear any costume at all to school.Dress up on Halloween and watch all your fellow high school students stare at you.