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Looking for a last-minute Halloween costume? Try these 2018 pop culture references.

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LOS ANGELES (Circa) — A quick glance at your calendar may result in a shocking revelation — it's the end of October, and you've completely forgotten about Halloween.

Fear not, procrastinator. Luckily, there are tons of last-minute Halloween costumes that you can throw together right now, including these three pop culture references from 2018.

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Tide Pod-eating Millennial

Tide Pod-Eating Millennial

You may remember at the beginning of this year, a troubling viral challenge and meme sparked YouTubers to eat laundry detergent pods. While this costume is not an endorsement of this challenge, it's a pretty solid reference one of the most absurd YouTube challenges that got the ball rolling for 2018 to be weird in every conceivable way.

What do you need?

  • Blue/orange grease paint, available at any Halloween shop
  • Tide Pods
  • Anything Adidas because it's basically the millennial jersey
  • Optional vlogging camera
Walmart Yodel Kid
Walmart Yodel Kid

  • Walmart Yodel Kid

If you haven't seen this video, you're the last one. A YouTube video of Mason Ramsey went viral after he yodeled a Hank Williams sing in the middle of a Walmart. This lead to an appearance on "Ellen" and a record deal. 2018, everybody! But regardless of whether or not you're sick of hearing this song, it makes for a remarkably easy Halloween costume.

What do you need?

  • White button-front shirt
  • Red bow-tie
  • Western belt buckle
  • Cowboy boots
  • Willingness to yodel in public
Melania Trump
Melania Trump

Melania Trump's "I don't really care" Jacket

Regardless of your politics, the sentiment of "I don't really care" is something anyone can relate to. Clearly, you don't really care about Halloween, or you would've thought about your Halloween costume weeks ago, but thanks to this simple DIY costume, no one will know.

What do you need?

  • Army green jacket (pictured from H&M)
  • White fabric paint
  • Paint brush
  • Sunglasses
  • Affinity for the color orange
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