Cougar Questions: What’s the best thing you’ve ever been for Halloween?

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Every year, one of the hardest decisions to make is what to be for Halloween. Here are some BYU students’ favorite costumes from the past. What’s the best thing you’ve ever been for Halloween?

"One year I was a laundry basket with a bunch of clothes hanging everywhere." — Robert Carroll, business strategy, Phoenix
“One year I was a laundry basket with a bunch of clothes hanging everywhere.” — Robert Carroll, business strategy, Phoenix
"When I was four I was an M&M with a huge stuffed costume, white gloves and a cute matching hat." — Cambree King, undecided, Burley, Idaho
“When I was four I was an M&M with a huge stuffed costume, white gloves and a cute matching hat.” — Cambree King, undecided, Burley, Idaho
"Once my friends and I dressed up in boxes as little dice." — Amber French, English, Boise, Idaho
“Once my friends and I dressed up in boxes as little dice.” — Amber French, English, Boise, Idaho
"Last year I was a huge Lego brick. Everyone loved it." — Bradford Stucki, public health, Cincinnati
“Last year I was a huge Lego brick. Everyone loved it.” — Bradford Stucki, public health, Cincinnati
"I've never been big on dressing up, but when I was 6 my mother dressed me up as a Hershey's Kiss." — Megan Nichols, English, Dallas
“I’ve never been big on dressing up, but when I was 6 my mother dressed me up as a Hershey’s Kiss.” — Megan Nichols, English, Dallas
"Once I dressed up as Captain Jack Sparrow and won a contest for best costume." — Elizabeth Ashby, advertising, Draper
“Once I dressed up as Captain Jack Sparrow and won a contest for best costume.” — Elizabeth Ashby, advertising, Draper
"I was a country bumpkin one year, with a box full of real cats held up by my overalls. It's hard to explain, but it was amazing." — Alesa Pettit, pre-management, Highland
“I was a country bumpkin one year, with a box full of real cats held up by my overalls. It’s hard to explain, but it was amazing.” — Alesa Pettit, pre-management, Highland
"I was Fred Flinstone once, with that caveman toga thing or whatever it's called." — Riley Preslar, accounting, Morgan
“I was Fred Flinstone once, with that caveman toga thing or whatever it’s called.” — Riley Preslar, accounting, Morgan
"I was a Ninja Turtle when I was 4. I was Raphael, but Michelangelo was definitely my favorite." — Tim Smith, accounting, Grants Pass, Ore.
“I was a Ninja Turtle when I was four. I was Raphael, but Michelangelo was definitely my favorite.” — Tim Smith, accounting, Grants Pass, Ore.
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