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7 Absolute Best and Worst Jewish Halloween Costume Ideas

Still trying to figure out your costume for Halloween this weekend? Want to give it a little bit of a topical Jew-y twist?

We’ve got the ultimate crib sheet of Jewish themed halloween costumes—from the absolute worst to the very best.

Do dress up like gymnastics superstar Aly Raisman.

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Splits not required. Grab some friends to fill out the rest of the Final Five.

Don’t dress up like Anthony Weiner.

We’ll just throw this related link below:

Do dress up like Bernie Sanders.

Brooklyn accent and over-gesticulation definitely required. And, for a double Jewish whammy, you could be Larry David dressing up as Bernie Sanders. Pretty, prettttty good.

Don’t dress up like a World War II evacuee.

Is this really a thing?!

Do dress up like Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.

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No matter what your opinion is on this election, this one is a definitely topical—and a conversation starter. If you’re Ivanka, have a friend bring a small wind machine to blow on your hair whilst you smile serenely into space.

Do dress like George Soros.

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Complete with a whistle.

Don’t dress up like Anne Frank.

Just don’t.

Thea Glassman is an Associate Editor at the Forward. Reach her at glassman@forward.com or on Twitter at @theakglassman.

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