A Japanese competition called Jimi Halloween, which roughly translates to "mundane/sober Halloween," welcomes costumes that illustrate the foibles of modern life in a capitalist workaholic society. Here's Part 5 of our favorites from this year.
Guy Who Wins Bingo But is Too Shy To Announce It
Girl Who Grew Up With Only Brothers and Only Gets Hand-Me-Down Clothing for Boys
Guy Who Washes His Hands and Dries Them On His Clothes
Person You Mistake for a Store Clerk When You Visit the Optician
Person Who Buys an Umbrella Because It's Raining--Then It Stops Raining
Guy With Difficult-to-Read Nametag
Guy Who Was Called to the Jobsite from the Head Office
A Right-Handed Person (the guy playing him is a lefty)
Co-Worker Sent to the Vending Machine to Get Coffee for Everyone Else
Elementary School Physical Education Teacher Who is Not Good at Exercise
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