1. When Stephen Colbert was forcibly removed from the RNC for impersonating a Hunger Games character.
2. The sheer amount of candidate tattoos at election rallies...
3. And that time an incredibly creepy "all-seeing" Trump fortune-teller appeared in New York City.
"I see great wealth in the future...for me, not for you."
4. There's the guy who thought a pair of Trump and Clinton drones wouldn't freak anyone out at all.
Model plane builder Otto Dieffenbach III designed the drones to release fake money as they flew over the beach in Carlsbad, California.
5. When Anna Wintour hosted her very own presidential fashion show.
The Vogue editor-in-chief took the stage before a presentation of the Made for History Collection, supporting the campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, at New York Fashion Week.
6. But the rest of America insisted on rocking red ball caps.
7. When Bill Clinton finally discovered his one true passion — balloons!
8. And how could we forget that guy who tried to scale Trump Tower like Spider-Man?
9. There was that time a rather ominous, naked Trump statue appeared in San Francisco.
10. And Miami...
11. And New York City...
12. And Los Angeles...
13. In response to the Trump statue, another artist created a naked Hillary Clinton statue.
The statue, placed in New York City on Oct. 18, was soon toppled by enraged onlookers.
14. Then there was this performance art installation at the RNC, which consisted of dozens of naked women shining mirrors toward the convention center.
15. And of course, this notorious portrait of Mr. Donald Trump.
16. Forget about the fact that this election has ruined Halloween for everyone.
This Halloween display, on the property of Matt Warshauer in West Hartford, Connecticut, features a border wall and figures of Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders.
17. Pumpkins, a classic Halloween staple, have been tossed into the political gutter.
18. We can expect to see hundreds of Trump and Clinton costumes this Halloween in lieu of witches, goblins, and ghosts.
19. But perhaps no business has become more lucrative than the Trump piñata industry.
Activists hit a piñata of Donald Trump (top) during a demonstration against Donald Trump's policies against Mexicans and Latin Americans, in front of the Monumento a Benito Juarez in Mexico City. Lorena Robletto and Esmeralda Martinez are seen put the finishing touches on a piñata of Donald Trump, which will sell for about $120 in Los Angeles.