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    There Is A "Ghosted" Halloween Costume For Women And People Are Triggered

    Because what's more frightening than commitment?

    People online are triggered by a Halloween costume designed to illustrate the act of "ghosting".

    Party City

    The polyester hooded dress retails for $24.99 and features a series of unanswered texts across the front.

    Party City

    The retailer's description reads: "If someone's blowing up your phone, ghost them in a Ghosted Costume for women! The costume is a hooded white dress designed to look like a ghost with a series of unanswered texts on the front. The texts include '???,' 'R U OK!?,' and more. Eager texters will know not to bother you in this Ghosted Costume!"

    A popular definition for "ghosting" describes it as the act of cutting off all communication with "zero warning."

    Urban Dictionary / Via urbandictionary.com

    And the costume has sparked a lot of reactions.

    My culture is not a costume https://t.co/AQac5Eeanc

    Some people feel personally attacked.

    @arieella_ Making a mockery of my got damn life.

    @arieella_ @Altovise_L this ghosted outfit has me triggered. Especially when you think they dead 😭😭😭

    @arieella_ Party City hacked into my messages to make this costume... I’m suing

    Others find it hilarious.

    @oxyjenesis @uhhmmily I'm crying

    The costume is proving to be popular for this years Halloween celebrations.

    @arieella_ @Chloloutay I’m sorted for Halloween 😂😂

    @arieella_ @alexandra_doran thats my halloween outfit sorted

    @oxyjenesis @_daniellecope found ur Halloween costume lol x

    And some people just want to find the men's version.

    Wow party city petty for this lmao why don’t they have a men’s ghosted costume too https://t.co/BykqF4qLR7

    @oxyjenesis @halaabusham2000 Do these come in men size ? Lmao

    @oxyjenesis Does this come in a 2X for men?

    Ade Onibada is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

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