1. This "Potter Teacher Wizard Boy" costume that's supposed to be Dumbledore but honestly looks more like Gandalf. bobwillfixit / Via old.reddit.com 2. This Clueless costume that thinks it's being clever by labeling itself "Notionless." Via Twitter: @DanaSchwartzzz 3. This fraudulent Aladdin look that looks terrible but is cleverly labeled "A-Lad-In a Costume." princesspeachh / Via old.reddit.com 4. This Linda Belcher costume that has the nerve to call itself "Supportive Burger Wife." Amazon / Via old.reddit.com 5. This "District Girl" wig that's supposed to look like Katniss from The Hunger Games trilogy. Zombiefighter4 / Via old.reddit.com 6. This versatile costume that can be Neo from The Matrix (aka Cyber Man) or..."Padre." Via Twitter: @haleysaurusrex 7. This costume that had the audacity to call Waldo "the Stripey Dude." Via Twitter: @sug_knight 8. This costume that called Papa Smurf "Blue Gnome Father." PM_ME_UR_BATMAN / Via old.reddit.com 9. This wig that labels Edward from Twilight "Night Time Romeo." Via Twitter: @RosaRenee17 10. This costume that called its Harley Quinn look "Dangerous Girl." Via Twitter: @Elimare 11. This costume that could've simply said "Prince" but went with "80s Purple Musician" instead. Hordiyevych / Via old.reddit.com 12. This costume named "the Purple Artist" isn't much better. Crazymanongames / Via old.reddit.com 13. This Super Mario costume branded as "Heroic Maria." Eoleopeo64 / Via old.reddit.com 14. This costume that just says, "Brave Warrior America," which is more of a broken sentence than an actual name. Via Twitter: @maddybt90 15. This costume for Beetlejuice that's not so creatively labeled "Juice Demon." Via Twitter: @dannygberg 16. This costume that renamed Despicable Me minions "Mischievious Worker." Via Twitter: @kazzani 17. And finally, the strangest thing you'll see — this "Unusual Events" wig. Via Twitter: @MeriwellAmory H/T r/crappyoffbrands.