With Halloween just a couple weeks away, we have more Arizona-themed costume ideas for you.
We told you our first 10 choices for Arizona Halloween costumes last week, so here's part two, including our next 10 favorites:
-Top 10 Arizona-Themed Halloween Costumes
10.) Go Daddy Girl
We ain't talking about Danica.
-It's an easy costume that only requires two things:
-Extra-small Go Daddy shirt
Remember, both definitions are relevant in Arizona.
-One option is to dress up like the dog-like thing
-The other option is to rent a big van and charge complete strangers to drive them over the border
8.) John McCain
A costume that's been relevant for 30 years now.
-Masks should be on clearance
-People may confuse you for a zombie
7.) A former Arizona Cardinals quarterback
Finally, a way to use that embarrassing jersey you dropped so much money on.
-Options include John Skelton, Kevin Kolb, Ryan Lindley, Brian Hoyer, Derek Anderson, and Max Hall
-You can also hit that gap between Jake Plummer and Kurt Warner, which would be Matt Leinart, Josh McCown, Shaun King, John Navarre, and Jeff Blake
An Arizona staple.
-This could be as simple as puttin' on a Border Patrol hat and talking down about them there Messicans
-Going as Minuteman/alleged child molester Chris Simcox is always an option
-Go really dark as neo-Nazi baby-killer J.T. Ready
5.) Cartel boss
Be the guy who profits on Arizona's drug trade.
-This probably includes snakeskin boots and a belt-buckle no less than three inches high or wide
-Bring some friends to be marijuana backpackers
-Use a severed head and brick of cocaine-like substance as accessories
4.) Jodi Arias
Not the hot one. The courtroom creeper one.
-Don't actually murder your significant other
-Jailhouse stripes optional
3.) Cactus victim
Looks like someone lost a fight with a cactus.
-Easiest method: Find a mask of Pinhead from Hellraiser
-For an authentic look, just scrub yourself with a jumping cholla
2.) Star of COPS domestic-violence scene
Because some of the best COPS moments come from trailer parks on the outskirts of Phoenix.
-Jorts, wife-beater shirt
Jan Brewer will eat you for breakfast.
-Expect to be smacked with shoes the entire night
-Others may try to kick you or set you on fire
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