11 Sarcastic Vegan Halloween Costume Ideas | Last Minute DIY

11 Sarcastic Vegan Halloween Costume Ideas | Last Minute DIY



Are you a vegan doing the
“Holy Tofurky it’s almost
Halloween and I don’t have
a costume” scramble?
Do you need something fast
but want to make sure it’s in line
with the epic vegan-ness that
pervades every aspect of your life
including your concepts of costumery,
however last-minute they may be?
Well have I got
a solution for you!
Well, eleven, actually.
Hi it’s Emily from Bite Size
Vegan and welcome to a
SpooOOOooky nugget!
(Scary Cackling)
That was scary.
It’s happened to all of us.
You know Halloween is coming
and you figure you have
plenty of time.
Then all of a sudden
it’s All Hallows’ Eve Eve
and you’ve got nothin’.
While you need something
simple and quick,
you still want it to be at
least halfway decent.
And if it could, as a bonus,
convey something
about veganism, all the better!
Well I figured, I have two
Master’s degrees in art,
surely I can come
up with something.
Prepare yourselves for the culmination
of my years of higher education.
You’re welcome in advance.
Concept Number One:
Supplies: Basic white
shirt. Black marker.
Sheet of paper or
cardboard or poster board.
Optional flair: Eyeliner pencil
or similar makeup device…
…not really my area of expertise.
Instructions:
With the marker,
draw moo-cow spots on the shirt.
With the eyeliner pencil or
similar makeup device,
draw a spot or two
on your face.
On the paper, cardboard or poster,
write a sassy message.
Suggestions include,
“Go Milk Yourself”,
the slightly sassier
“Go Milk Your Own Mother”,
the classic
“Not Your Mom, Not Your Milk”,
the feminist
“My Body My Milk”,
the a-la Chic-fil-A
“Eat More Plants”,
or more macabre
“Eat More Humans.”
You get the picture.
The next three are for
famous vegan costumes.
Concept Number Two:
Supplies: Bed sheet.
Instructions:
Wrap it around
yourself.
Kick it BCE style cause
you’re Pythagoras.
Not only did he advocate
not eating animals
all the way back in
4th century BCE,
he also refused to wear
wool or animal skin.
Bring it to the modern day
with Concept Number Three:
Supplies: Bald cap.
White T-shirt. Glasses.
Instructions:
Swagger.
You’re Gary Yourofsky.
Alternative variation
of this costume:
long curly wig. Loose-fitting
hoodie-ish garb.
You’re G Spot,
Gary’s rapping alter ego
of the early 90’s.
Yes….that really happened.
Make it medical with
Concept Number Four:
Supplies: Lab coat or oversized
white button down T-shirt.
Neck Tie. Glasses. Optional eyeliner
pencil or similar makeup device.
Instructions:
Don all of
the aforementioned
items and draw on a
goatee-esque beard if
you want the classic look.
You’re health-bomb dropper
Dr. Michael Greger
of Nutritionfacts.org.
Moving on to some food
concepts with Number Five:
Supplies: Super simple:
White poster board.
String. Marker.
Instructions:
Hang poster
board around neck.
Write “Extra Firm Tofu.”
Optional “Organic.”
And equally simple is
Concept Number Six:
Supplies: Trash bag.
Scissors.
Instructions:
Cut out three
holes and put it on.
You’re a raisin.
Want to be fancy about it?
You’re a date.
Now for a political bent,
we have the next two concepts.
Number Seven:
Supplies: White or black shirt.
Sunglasses. Marker.
Masking tape.
Unrelenting and baffling
passion to preserve the purity of
mayonnaise to the point
of near food eugenics.
Instructions:
With the marker, write
“Mayo Police” on a shirt
or masking tape if
using a black shirt.
Don sunglasses and look
displeased with the world.
You’re the FDA-backed
mayonnaise companies who tried
to take down vegan alternative
Hampton Creek for
daring to make
mayonnaise without eggs.
Learn your backstory here.
Concept Number Eight:
Supplies: Your regular
clothes. Optional are:
a vegan message T-shirt and/or
vegan message button
and/or educational flyers
about veganism.
If outside of the United States,
add an American flag.
You are a terrorist in
accordance with the
American Enterprise Terrorism Act.
Learn of your crimes here.
Concept Number Nine:
Supplies: White T-shirt. Dirt.
Coconut oil or similar greasy substance.
Keyboard, real or a
cardboard-created masterpiece.
And an additional piece of cardboard.
Instructions:
Rub dirt on the white T-shirt
and optionally on your person.
Run coconut oil or greasy substance
through your hair. Apply liberally.
Attach cardboard perpendicular
to keyboard or your
cardboard-created keyboard.
Disagree with and criticize
everyone you interact with
but refuse to talk to them
except from behind your
facsimile computer hideaway.
You are an internet troll.
For a slight variation,
answer every question and end
every argument with the word
“bacon” as though you’ve produced
the ultimate intellectual trump card.
For the super slacker with
a side of smug we have
Concept Number Ten:
Supplies: Vegan
message T-shirt.
Instructions:
When asked
what you are, say
“someone who gives a (beep).”
For the slightly less-smug, added
humor option, follow this with,
“Or at least enough of
a (beep) to wear a clever t-shirt”
For the grand finale concept
I shall demonstrate:
Supplies:
Cheap Dracula teeth.
Eyebrow liner or similar
makeup device.
White T-shirt.
Black marker.
Instructions:
Insert fake teeth.
Draw whiskers on one
side of your face
and stay with me
it’s about to get weird,
a flower Twiggy style with a tear
drop under it on the other,
and, trust me, a mini
Hitleresque stache and a unibrow.
On the T-shirt, draw a little island
with a palm tree and a chicken.
On the back draw three slightly
spaced out wavy lines.
Congratulations. You are
now the embodiment of
the most common arguments
against veganism.
Canines, lions tho, plants tho,
Hitler was veg, caveman ancestors,
stuck on a desert island,
bacon.
I hope you enjoyed
hearing my last-minute
vegan Halloween
costume concepts.
If you missed my previous
video on how to trick-or-treat vegan,
it’s linked right
there and below.
I’d love to hear what
you thought and especially
if you try any
of them out.
What are you going
to be for Halloween?
Let me know
in the comments.
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Now go leave vegan, have
a Happy Halloween,
and I’ll see you soon.
This…is what you get with
two Master’s degrees in art.
That’s the scariest
part of this video.
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