Let’s face it, New Jersey: we’re entering spooky season, so we need to start thinking about Halloween costumes.
What would make the perfect Garden State Halloween costume? These might not be sold at a Spirit Halloween store, but they’re sure to scare anyone in New Jersey!
It’s not news to you that property taxes in New Jersey are out of this world. If your wallet was sensitive, it would cower in front of this suit.
Chicago Deep Pizza
A serving of deep pizza sounds more like a threat than a meal to a born and raised New Jerseyan. It should be classed as a stew instead of a pizza.
The mere sight of this costume would unsettle your friends.
An out-of-state driver
Nothing will make you want to drift away from other partygoers faster than the sight of an out-of-state license plate.
A Pennsylvania driver driving two miles under the speed limit in the left lane? THE HORROR.
Cullen is the killer nurse who inspired a new thriller coming to Netflix called “The Good Nurse.” Getting approached by someone dressed as this villain would make your arm hair stand on end.
A salt water taffy vendor
Why do we always pretend that we are proud of taffy? It’s awful and nothing near what kids would want on Halloween.
These bastards have been invading us for a few years and destroying our crops.
Anyone in New Jersey, especially farmers, would shiver at the sight of one.
A petrol pump
It seems like a daunting task for New Jersey people. It shakes fear in their hearts.
Governor Phil Murphy
Smile. That alone would be such a scary mask.
Range Label Checker
The fear that creeps up on you when the beacon checker passes is real, and now we can take that fear from summer to fall.
Enjoy spooky season, New Jersey!
The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of Kylie Moore of New Jersey 101.5. All opinions expressed are those of Kylie. You can follow Kylie on Instagram.
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