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40 Dorm Hacks Every College Student Must Know



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Dorm rooms are intimidating and exciting all at once. There’s an endless possibility for decoration and good practice for a future apartment! We all know about the struggles of dorm life so how can that process be easier? Dorm hacks have been a huge help for college students around the world, and this list of items can only help you become a better adult. All of these products are useful in one way or another. Good luck at adulting.

Dorm Hacks For Storage

1. DuomiW Bedside Caddy or Bedside Pocket

Price: $10.99 If you haven’t heard, bedside caddies are the best product for small spaces. If your dorm is too small for a bedside table, this caddy will help with organization. This DuomiW caddy has 8 pockets of varying sizes, so they can hold just about anything. There is a mesh pocket for a bottle, a smaller pocket for your phone, and various sizes for books or a tablet. If you don’t need that many pockets, there is a much simpler one for essential items only. Definitely one of the better dorms hacks on this list!

2. STERILITE Storage Bins 

STERILITE 19638606 Large Clip Box, Clear with Blue Aquarium Latches 2 pieces (Large)

Price: $21.89

Storage bins are a must-have, and you likely already have this on your list. Double-check with your college to see if they allow risers, so you can purchase an appropriately sized bin to keep under your bed. These bins are slim, so you won’t have to worry about them taking too much space.


3.  iDesign Plastic Shower Caddy 

iDesign Orbz Plastic Bathroom Shower Tote, Small Divided College Dorm Caddy for Shampoo, Conditioner, Soap, Cosmetics, Beauty Products, 11.75″ x 6″ x 12″, Mint Green

Price: $15.40

Shower caddies are essential, especially with communal bathrooms. Choosing the right caddy will depend on your dorm’s bathroom, so try to gather as much information as you can. Look for hooks or shelves that make a shower caddy useful. This one is a hard plastic that could be set on the shower floor if necessary. 


4.  Attmu Mesh Shower Caddy 

Attmu Mesh Shower Caddy for College Dorm Room Essentials, Hanging Portable Tote Bag Toiletry for Bathroom Accessories

Price: $8.49

Depending on whether or not your dorm shower has hooks, this mesh caddy may be better. If you have a lot of products, opt for this one. This caddy is perfect for hanging on doors or showerheads, and works best for a large communal bathroom. 


5.  Marbrasse Pen Organizer 

5 Pcs Desk Organizer- Pen Organizer Storage for Office, School, Home Supplies, Translucent White Pen Storage Holder, Set of 3, 2 Cups 14 Compartments (White)

Price: $13.99

If you are an artist, you probably already have something like this, but this is perfect for anyone. Available in various sizes, pen organizers are so much more useful than we give them credit for. Yes, they hold pens, but they can also hold makeup brushes, utensils, or other office supplies. Get creative with this clutter killer!


6.  KEEPJOY Laundry Bag 

KEEPJOY Hanging Laundry Hamper Bag with Free Adjustable Stainless Steel Door 2 PCs Suction Cup Hooks, Best Choice for Holding Dirty Clothes and Saving Space, Grey

Price: $13.96

Laundry bags are another necessity, and can be chosen depending on your lifestyle. I like this one because it can be hung almost anywhere and doesn’t get in the way. There are backpack ones that are more convenient to some, or others with wheels, but those can be bulky if space is limited. 


7.  Sterilite Plastic Baskets 

Sterilite 16248006 Medium Ultra Basket, White Basket w/ Titanium Inserts, 6-Pack

Price: $25.99

For some general organization, this six-pack of baskets can organize anything. If you aren’t picky, this would be perfect for you. In fact, if you are looking for a cheap option for this whole list, this set would be perfect to hold any clutter.


8.  Honey-Can-Do 3 Drawer Chest 

Honey-Can-Do 3 Drawer Chest, Espresso

Price: $38.79

Another simple organizer that can be used is a bedside drawer. This offers more privacy since they are enclosed bins, so all of your personal items can be hidden. This particular one does not have wheels, but there are many others that do.


9.  Mantello Makeup Organizer or Three Drawer Organizer

Price: $15.99 This adorable makeup organizer is perfect for a small room, especially if you can’t have a separate vanity. This organizer won’t take up too much space and can still be set up in an appealing way. If this is too wide for your desk, try an even smaller three-drawer organizer that will be the envy of other MUA. If you wear minimal makeup or need a spot for other small items, the latter may be better. It’s too cute not to have.

10.  Whitmor Honeycomb Drawer Organizer 

Whitmor Honeycomb Drawer Organizer

Price: $15.99

We have all heard of the better way to organize drawers with this separation organizer. If you haven’t invested in it yet, this is a perfect time. Just imagine one morning, you wake up late and need to rush to class.

Having a coordinated drawer will help you to rush out the door with minimal fuss. Go for a regular square one if the honeycomb is too wide for your drawers, or rectangular ones if your drawer is wider.  


Dorm Room Decor Hacks

11.  Mydethun Moon Lamp (with colors) 

Mydethun Moon Lamp Moon Light Night Light for Kids Gift for Women USB Charging and Touch Control Brightness 3D Printed Warm and Cool White Lunar Lamp(3.5In moon lamp with stand)

Price: $16.99

You may have seen this on your social media platforms, and if you haven’t invested in one already, what are you waiting for? This moon lamp is not just a conversation starter, but a perfectly dimmed lamp for late-night studying or reading. 


12. Candle Warmers 

CANDLE WARMERS ETC, Midas 2-in-1 Fragrance Warmer for Warming Scented Candles or Wax Melts and Tarts with to Freshen Room

Price: $17.81

Let’s hope that you won’t need to constantly keep a candle on to mask the smell of your roommate, but rather, use this candle warmer to remind you of home. This two-in-one warmer can melt candles or scented wax melts and comes in handy if your college doesn’t allow open flames. 


13.  Command Strips 

Command Small Timeless Hook, Brushed Nickel, 1-Hook, 2-Strips, Decorate Damage-Free

Price: $7.56, but varies

Command strips will save your life in college. They are simple products that will go a long way for your dorm, either for decorative or practical purposes.

There are so many kinds of command strips that you will be able to find a perfect piece for whatever you want to hang on the wall. Opting for these strips is definitely much better than paying a fine after hammering a nail in your wall!


14.  Sevenstars Tapestries 

Sevenstars Mountain Tapestry Forest Tree Tapestry Sunset Tapestry Nature Landscape Tapestry Wall Hanging for Room(51.2 x 59.1 inches)

Price: $13.51

After you’ve bought those command strips, consider using them for this tapestry. There are so many options and sizes that you can absolutely find the perfect one for your style.These can also be used as a throw as an option in the winter.


15.  The Open Canvas Gold Wall Decal 

Gold Wall Decal Dots (200 Decals) | Easy to Peel Easy to Stick + Safe on Painted Walls | Removable Metallic Vinyl Polka Dot Decor | Round Sticker Large Paper Sheet Set for Nursery Room (Metallic Gold)

Price: $8.25

Maybe you don’t actually want to hang anything on the wall, but you still want to decorate. Decals are great because they can be removed at the end of the year with no damage to the wall. Like tapestries, there are so many options and sizes that the possibilities are endless. Definitely take the time to match it to your full dorm aesthetic! 


16.  Rabbitgoo Window Decal 

rabbitgoo Window Privacy Film, Rainbow Window Clings, 3D Decorative Window Vinyl, Stained Glass Window Decals, Static Cling Window Sticker Non-Adhesive, 17.5 x 78.7 inches

Price: $8.98

This window decal is great if your dorm window faces another or you want to block out some sun. Not only will this stained-glass decal create beautiful patterns throughout your room, but it can help cool your room by blocking the sun. It is removable without hassle, so another dorm hack that will prevent you from paying any fines.


17.  IPENNY Plush Cushion 

Crown Soft Plush Cushion Comfort Green Seat Pad Office Cozy Warm Seat Pillow Armchair Seat Support Relieves Back Coccyx Sciatica and Tailbone Pain Relief Chair Cushions for Home Office Sofa Wheelchair

Price: $20

Another WFH staple: a seat cushion for your desk. Still useful in your dorm for studying at your desk or as an extra seat for visitors. This cute crown cushion also comes in a patterned pillow, a rose, and a cat paw. There are so many cushions out there that will both match your aesthetic and provide support.


18.  Lavender Luvies Stress Ball 

Lavender Scented Stress Ball for Anxiety and Stress Relief – Purple 3 Pack

Price: $25.95

Stress balls are essential, and I will stand by that statement. They are more effective than you think, especially during finals week. This stress ball is lavender scented to help you relax and destress. 


19.  Dunwell Dry Erase Wall Calendar 

Dunwell 24×36 Dry Erase Calendar – (Black) Undated Large Dry Erase Calendar for Wall, Reversible Reusable Monthly and Weekly Dry Erase Calendar, Wipe Off Calendar Poster Shipped Rolled Not Folded

Price: $15.95

If you are the kind of organizer who wants a tangible and non-electronic way to organize, this is a great calendar for you. This laminated and undated calendar that can be placed on the wall with no damage and reused throughout the year. If you are a busy person, this will make a great visual aid for yourself and your friends.


20.  Beautyworks Backlit Desk Mirror 

Beautyworks Backlit Makeup Vanity Mirror 36 LED Lights Touch-Screen Light Control, Tri-Fold 1/2/3X Magnification, Portable High-Definition Clarity Cosmetic Light Up Magnifying Mirror (Arctic White)

Price: $29.97

This backlit desk mirror is perfect for makeup aficionados or for those who would rather get dolled up in their bedroom with better lighting. Definitely opt for this if you have a huge communal bathroom and the mirrors are constantly gross.


21.  Cards Against Humanity 

Cards Against Humanity

Price: $25

Simply put, college is a time to explore and make friends. Social media is great, but it can easily stunt a friendship. Something as simple as a card game is a great hack for opening up to those around you.

Whether you are extroverted or super shy, this will help you create great memories— and that is a dorm hack that is consistently overlooked.


Space Saving Dorm Hacks

22. Tuffen Bed Risers with Outlet

Tuffen Bed Riser with Outlet and USB Ports, 5 Inch Furniture Riser Lifts with Puncture Proof Insert, Heavy Duty 1500 lbs Capacity for Dorm Bed Table Couch Desk (Set of 4)

Price: $28.99

You definitely need to ask your college about bed risers, but if they approve of them, they’re a great way to make your bed space functional. Opt for this one with outlets in the risers. Whether you need a closer outlet or are having a study session, more outlets are better than one.


23. Seville Ottoman 

Seville Classics Foldable Storage Ottoman Footrest Toy Box Coffee Table Chest Trunk Seat Stool, 1-Pack, Midnight Blue

Price: $27.40

If you are lucky enough to have the space, ottoman storage is convenient as both storage and an extra seat. Having an ottoman is one of the great dorm hacks because you can keep it as snack storage or for games when friends visit. You can also make this an accent piece in your room!


24.  LapGear Lap Desk

LapGear Home Office Lap Desk with Device Ledge, Mouse Pad, and Phone Holder – White Marble – Fits Up To 15.6 Inch Laptops – style No. 91501

Price: $29.99

Lap desks are a thing of the Work From Home time period, but are totally useful for dorms as well. Whether you want to work on your bed or outside during nice weather, a lap desk is useful in many situations. There are several variations— this one has a mousepad and a phone holder— but there are others with cupholders or adjustable stands.


25.  PENGKE Desk Shelves 

PENGKE Office Storage Rack,Desktop Organizer,Home Decor Adjustable Wood Display Shelf Rack,True Natural Stand Shelf,Office Supplies Desk Organizer,Light Brown

Price: $11.99

My favorite dorm hacks are desk-related, so any desk organization products immediately hit my wishlist. This desk shelf is great to keep your desk clutter-free and decorated. It’s also a great way to show your personality, whether you collect figurines, are a plant parent, or just want to keep your favorite books on display.


26.  Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 

Kindle – Now with a Built-in Front Light – Black

Price: $109.99

As a paperback lover, this seems like the worst thing to recommend, but it may be the best dorm hack I can share. Not only do you have an unlimited access to books, but this is perfect for buying those huge textbooks.

Instead of wasting money on old textbooks that you may use a couple of times and forget in your dorm, you can have it right in your bag no matter where you are.

I recommend checking with your professor to ask about specific editions, or if a print copy is absolutely necessary. Trust me, it will help in so many ways, especially for tougher majors.


27.  SPACEKEEPER 3 Tier Cart 

SPACEKEEPER Slim Storage Cart, 3 Tier Bathroom Organizers Rolling Utility Cart Slide Out Storage Shelves Mobile Shelving Unit Organizer for Office, Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom, Laundry Room, White

Price: $22.09

This three-tier cart is a great replacement for a bedside drawer or as an extra storage compartment. It is simple and effective, perfect for moving any items around or organizing everything from personal items to books for class.


28.  DOIOWN S-Type Closet Hanger

DOIOWN S-Type Stainless Steel Clothes Pants Hangers Closet Storage Organizer for Pants Jeans Scarf Hanging (14.17 x 14.96ins, Set of 3) (3-Pieces)

Price: $17.89

The S-type hanger is best for those who don’t like to fold their pants, and need a hanger that holds multiple clothing items. I believe this is superior to the other hanger, but at that point, it is a preference and also dependent on your closet.


Money Saving Dorm Hacks

29. POWRUI USB Wall Charger Outlet 

USB Wall Charger, Surge Protector, POWRUI 6-Outlet Extender with 2 USB Charging Ports (2.4A Total) and Night Light, 3-Sided Power Strip with Adapter Spaced Outlets – White,ETL Listed

Price: $19.97

If you ultimately can’t have the risers, this wall outlet is just as good. While still a traditional wall outlet, it has four additional ports and two USB ports. It even has a smart sensor night light with automatic dimming and adjustable brightness, so you can find it in the dark. 


30. BESTEK Round Extendable Outlet 

BESTEK 6-Outlet Round Power Strip with 4 USB Ports Desktop Charging Station, 6 Ft Long Extension Power Cords, 220 Joules, Ultra-Compact for Dorm Room, Bedside, Cruise Ship,White

Price: $25.99

We are all about options, so if that one seemed too much for you, how about a round outlet? These power strips have six outlets and four USB ports, so they’re great for study sessions and gatherings at minimal outlet areas. The cord is also six feet long, so it can be helpful in any classroom or coffee shop.


31. QI-EU Charging Station 

QI-EU Wireless Charger,3 in 1 Wireless Charging Station for iPhone 11/11pro/Se/X/XS/XR/Xs Max/8/8 Plus Apple Watch AirPods 2/Pro, Wireless Charging Pad for Samsung Galaxy S20/S10

Price: $19.99

Wireless charging stations are a blessing in disguise. This will be especially useful for those with many classes and activities during the day. This dorm hack allows you to be a bit lazy; after a long day, you can just drop your phone and watch on this charging pad and not miss a beat in the morning. It’s also great for gatherings when everyone somehow forgot their charger. No more risking your own charger!


32.  PARTU Air Purifier 

PARTU HEPA Air Purifier – Smoke Air Purifiers for Home with Fragrance Sponge – 100% Ozone Free, Lock Set, Eliminates Smoke, Dust, Pollen, Pet Dander, (Available for California)

Price: $49.99

Air purifiers are great for stuffy rooms. This small air purifier is perfect for your dorm, particularly if it’s small and overstuffed, and can make your space a much cleaner living area. This doubles as an oil diffuser if you would like to use it as such, but it is not necessary. 


33.  AmuseNd Cool Mist Humidifier 

USB Cool Mist Humidifier with Night Light, Mini Size Cactus Humidifier for Bedroom Home Office Car with Timed auto Shutdown(Transparent)

Price: $14.89

This cute little humidifier is too adorable not to purchase. While small, it is powerful and will help prevent dry skin in the worst months. This is necessary for dorms that lack windows and ventilation, and perfect for individual use, because of its size. 


34.  BGment Blackout Curtain 

BGment Blackout Curtains for Bedroom – Grommet Thermal Insulated Room Darkening Curtains for Living Room, Set of 2 Panels (42 x 63 Inch, Navy Blue)

Price: $19.89

Or if you are like me and can’t sleep in any daylight, try these blackout curtains. These are amazing and will literally block out all of the light from your window. These are perfect after pulling all-nighters. Definitely ask for the measurements of your window so you can get a perfect size.


35.  VOBAGA Mug Warmer 

VOBAGA Coffee Mug Warmer, Electric Coffee Warmer for Desk with Auto Shut Off, 3 Temperature Setting Smart Cup Warmer for Warming & Heating Coffee, Beverage, Milk, Tea and Hot Chocolate(No Cup)

Price: $23.97

If you are like me and concentrate on work so hard you forget about your coffee, this mug warmer will keep your cup warm enough for an additional four hours.

While a bit pricier than others out there, this one will let you adjust the temperature and has a shut-off feature in case you forget to turn it off. This is perfect for the hardworking, but forgetful, students.


36.  FUNME Desk Fan 

FUNME 6 Inch USB Desk Fan Metal Portable Mini Table Fan with 2 Speeds, Quiet,360 Rotation,Desktop Fan for Home Office And Outdoor(Bronze)

Price: $17.99

Desk fans go a long way in poorly ventilated dorm rooms. If you get hot easily, this tiny but powerful fan will help a lot. It has two speeds and is connected by a USB, so you can plug it into your laptop. It’s also very quiet, so you won’t have to worry about waking up your roommate.


37.  Dirt Devil Vacuum Cleaner 

Dirt Devil Versa Clean Bagless Stick Vacuum Cleaner and Hand Vac, 16ft. Power Cord, SD20010, Red

Price: $21.46

Vacuums are a must-have for maintaining a tidy space. Simple cleaning gets harder as the semester progresses, so having a handheld floor vacuum. This will help you prevent your dorm from becoming a pigsty.


38.  Brita Pitcher 

Brita Standard Metro Water Filter Pitcher, Turquoise, Small 5 Cup, 1 Count

Price: $19.99

If you don’t know already, dorm water tastes pretty weird. Instead of wasting money on gallons of water and adding to the plastic pollution issue, invest in a Brita filter. Hopefully, you have your own fridge, but if you don’t, label your filter with your room number and convince others to get one for their room. Trust me, it will help maintain some order.


39.  Brita Bottle 

Brita Plastic Water Filter Bottle, 26 oz, Blush

Price: $19.99

Or if you are wary of sharing, get a personal reusable Brita bottle. It is just like any other water bottle, but it filters your water when poured inside. You have to replace the filter every three months, but it is definitely worth it. It’s definitely eco-friendly, and easy to refill, clean, and use. There is a bigger size if you prefer that instead!


40.  Johnson & Johnson First Aid Kit 

Johnson & Johnson All-Purpose First Aid Kit, Portable Compact First Aid Set for Minor Cuts, Scrapes, Sprains & Burns, Ideal for Home, Car, Travel and Outdoor Emergencies, 140 Pieces

Price: $11.97

This first aid kit is something everyone should have in case of emergencies, but to make this a hack, build your own kit! There are various containers that you can use for your own kit.

I recommend building your own because you know yourself best, meaning you can make sure that you have everything you need for a personal emergency.

Always keep various aspirin and bandages for minor issues, but make sure you keep things specific to you, like allergy medicine.

I hope this list of dorm hacks was helpful. A lot of college dorms are different, but luckily there are various options for all of these products— and all of them will help ease you into your new dorm. Don’t stress; let these dorm hacks help you! Share with your friends! That’s a wrap. This article was all about dorm hacks. Did you find this post helpful? Let us know in the comments and share with your friends! Pin for the ultimate college dorm room organization hacks.

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60 Amazing Halloween Costumes for College Guys-The Complete Guide



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It may be over six months until Halloween, but it is never too early to plan your costumes. Luckily, I’ve got you covered with 60 college Halloween costumes for guys ranging from the most popular to even last-minute costume ideas. Now, before you continue reading, I suggest that you save this article somewhere, just in case you decide to go the last-minute route.


1. Tiger King

Tiger King was the most popular Netflix Documentary during the first half of quarantine and who doesn’t love the wacky personality of Joe Exotic? The Tiger King was one of the most popular Halloween costumes last year, even during a global pandemic. All you truly need to pull off Joe Exotic is a terrible tiger print button-up long sleeve and the embodiment of Joe Exotic, (though one person can pull off the Tiger King and that is Joe Exotic).

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2. Dwight Schrute from The Office 

Look, I do not think that I am the only one who loves The Office and Dwight Schrute who is well known to be the Assistant to the Regional Manager of Dunder Mifflin and part owner of Schrute Farms. Dwight Schrute is a perfect college Halloween costume guys! To pull off the mysterious Dwight, all you need is a button-up short sleeve in a terrible shade of mustard yellow, dark brown pants , and a matching ugly mustard yellow tie.

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3. Johnny Rose from Schitt’s Creek

Schitt’s Creek was one of the most popular television shows of 2020, and we were all disappointed to learn that its sixth season would be its last. The show is filled with so many memorable characters that anyone can dress up as come next Halloween, including—you guessed it—Johnny Rose. All you truly need is some pronounced eyebrows, and if you weren’t born with them, that is totally fine! Either color them in with a marker or buy some really poofy eyebrows to truly conquer the look. Do not forget a nice suit and high hopes, as the man is all about principle and morals, or you will end up back at the Rosebud Hotel.

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4. Deadpool

Deadpool has truly earned his place in the cultural psyche, and there is no better time to take advantage of this fact! This form-fitting Deadpool costume will surely make you the center of any conversation, like the series itself. It’s the best costume for any college guy trying to make a statement next Halloween, especially in preparation for the third installment of such a great franchise.

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5. Bob Ross

There is nothing more iconic than Bob Ross and his hair and beard. Oh, and let’s not forget his soothing voice as he teaches all wannabe artists the joy of painting. If Bob Ross is your next idea for a college Halloween costume, then look no further, as Amazon has you covered with his signature look. All you truly need is some dad jeans to pull off the look.

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6. Borat

2006’s and 2021’s films from the Borat franchise feature the outrageous situations that Borat himself encounters as he visits America to tell the world how great the United States is. All you truly need to pull off this curious traveler is a black curly wig and a moustache. Also, don’t forget the cheap blue suit he wears to make himself look professional while he is out and about working on his film.

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7. Walter White from Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad may have ended in 2013, but the show is still a major pop culture icon that has already spawned a Netflix sequel and epilogue with El Camino. There are many different ways to portray Walter White: Walter before his impending cancer diagnosis, Walter after his diagnosis, or Heisenberg. Honestly, I would go with the Heisenberg look, as it is truly a simple costume. All you will need is some wired glasses, a nice black brimmed fedora hat, and a goatee. When you go out on the town in this costume, everyone will know that you are the one that knocks.

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8. David Rose from Schitt’s Creek

I think I am in the minority when I say that David was my favorite character in Schitt’s Creek over Moira, and if you disagree that is okay. Either way, David Rose is a great character to dress up as when it comes to college Halloween costumes. All you truly need is a statement sweater with a bold or intricately beautiful design. Oh, and let’s not forget: make sure your hair and eyebrows are perfect, before you get ready to go out on the town.

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9. Where’s Waldo?

Where’s Waldo? has been in school and public libraries for over the last 30 years entertaining young children as they are challenged to find Waldo in the group. Waldo is easy to recognize in person as he dons his red-and-white-stripped shirt, bobble hat and glasses. However, I don’t think you will have an easy time spotting him at Halloween parties or in the multiple books that are published under the Where’s Waldo? title.

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10. Forrest Gump 

Forrest Gump is one of my most favorite movies growing up as I would pretty much watch it every other week during the summer months. Now, if you loved the movie and also the book series then next Halloween is the time to dress up as Tom Hanks most lovable character. If life truly feels like a box of chocolates then you should definitely think about owning a Forrest Gump costume.

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Hot Halloween Costumes for Guys

11. Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation 

If you are the type of guy who enjoys watching reruns of Parks and Recreation and you happen to burst into a smile the minute that Nick Offerman’s character appears, well then this costume is for you! Ron Swanson is truly a simple human who wants to avoid boring work and who knows the library is the source of pain and desires to craft all things he might use himself. This is a great college halloween costume guys! Especially, if you are a big fan of Ron Swanson.

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12. Ransom Drysdale from Knives Out

Ransom Drysdale, played by Chris Evans in Knives Out made waves back in late 2019 for how the actor played off the character’s signature sweater. Now, if you have never seen the hit mystery film, Ransom, is the main antagonist who conspired to murder his grandfather out of anger for him removing from his will and his sweater is a killer, if you know what I mean.

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13. Ricky Bobby from Talladega Night 

I’ll admit that I am not the biggest fan of Will Ferrell’s early works, such as, Talladega Nights, but the movie is truly a classic and a great costume for any college student. All you truly need is a simple race car driver outfit to pull off this look and don’t forget to act like Ricky Bobby himself.

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14. McLovin from Superbad

If you haven’t seen Superbad, then I am ashamed of you, but to explain, Fogell uses a fake ID to buy alcohol for a party. However, his ID is not too subtle, issued by the state of Hawaii to a man simply named McLovin. But on the upside, the fake ID makes a great accessory if you plan to dress up as the lovable McLovin next Halloween.

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15. James Bond

The name is Bond. James Bond. This James Bond costume is such an easy costume for any college Halloween costume! All you truly need is just a simple black tuxedo and some famous James Bond quotes memorized to pull off the look. Also, there are over 25 movies in the franchise, including the unreleased No Time To Die, so there is a lot of reference material, as you can go as any James Bond from any movie.

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16. Rick from Rick and Morty

Rick and Morty is truly our generation’s pop culture icon, as the show chronicles the adventures of the Smith household through multiple dimensions and Rick’s own flying car. This costume is definitely a hot Halloween costume for any guy who loves anything pop culture and who loves recreating the adventures and dare I say misadventures featured in the Emmy award winning show.

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17. Ed from Good Burger

I bet I am not the only one who remembers Ed from the 1997 classic Good Burger and reciting the classic line, “Welcome to the Good Burger. Home of the Good Burger. What can I get for you?” But, if you somehow have been living under a rock, the movie is about a dim-witted teenager and his new coworker trying to save their old burger joint from failing. This is a great costume for anyone who truly remembers the comedy and the signature duo of Ed and Dexter.

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18. The Black Panther

The blockbuster superhero film spawned some of the most popular get-ups for Halloween after it premiered in 2018 and as the sequel is in the works, it is time to relive defeating Killmonger and Thanos with this Black Panther costume. This is such a hot costume for the next Halloween season for any college guy!

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19. Jake from State Farm

“Uh, khakis.” That, in addition to a red polo shirt and a name tag, is all you truly need to pull off this costume. Now, people may not remember that phase back in the early 2010s, but they may assume that you are just a Target employee. Jake from State Farm has made a comeback in recent years as Jake was featured in a State Farm commercial with Drake, so it’s a no brainer to dress up like him this Halloween.

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20. Superman

Superman has appeared in countless comic books and even has his own movies and video games. Superman is the hero of all superheroes, and he is recognized by millions across the world. With this costume, you can swoop in from the skies and make a grand entry at any Halloween party.

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Easy & Lazy Halloween Costumes for Guys

21. Twister

Twister the game has entertained families for decades, as it is truly a game of physical skill that will tie you up in knots. Moreover, the game works as a quick cheap costume: all you need to do is attach some construction paper circles to a plain white shirt. Also, if you actually have Twister in your college dorm, then use the spinner to complete the ensemble.

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22. A Movie Theater Floor

I miss the movie theaters, and we all can relate to the moment when the lights turn back on, and we scramble out of the theater to go back to our cars. However, you would need to watch out for all of the trash that would be strewn on the floor, especially the spilled fountain drinks. All you truly need to pull off this college Halloween costume is just some movie theater candy to tape on a black shirt and black pants to recreate theater floors.

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23. Chip On Your Shoulder 

I love puns and I will be honest there will be a lot more pun themed costumes in this list, because it is such a cheap costume look to create. All you really need to replicate this look is some cardboard, a black shirt, bright yellow spray paint and a sense of humor to truly pull off this college Halloween costume!

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24. Identity Thief 

Have you ever seen the Melissa McCarthy movie, Identity Thief? It is an old one, I know, but this costume has nothing to do with that movie other than the name. All you need to be an identity thief next Halloween is just some name tags and a Sharpie. This costume involves so much creative freedom that you can come up with any name to fill up those name tags before you stick them onto your shirt. Just don’t forget those name tags!

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25. Pigs In A Blanket

I feel as if this is one of the easiest costumes that anyone can do. Get a blanket (it does not matter what color), pig ears, and a pig’s nose. A piggy tail is also a nice added touch.

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26. A Cactus

This costume is such a cheap costume to make, because you may already have all of the items you need. You will need a green sweater, and some dry macaroni to attach to it. Wear some brown pants or shorts to make yourself look like a potted cactus.

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27. Hanging Chad

So not everyone knows what a hanging chad is, unless you are a big fan of How I Met Your Mother or you are a big political science nerd who knows about the controversy that surrounded the 2000 Presidential Election. This costume can be easily made with a white poster board designed like a ballot and some yarn to hang around your neck, just like Ted in How I Met Your Mother. 

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28. Stick Figure 

Do you already have a white ensemble? If so, buy some black electrical tape and some paper plates to use to create a face and become a stick figure! It is truly the cheapest costume that money can buy and the easiest costume to make.

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29. Brawny Man 

I think we all remember the old Brawny paper towel commercials that featured a lumberjack- looking man narrating the advertisement. This costume is an easy look to accomplish as all you truly need is a beard (and if you don’t have one, I suggest growing one or buying a fake beard) along with a red flannel that can be easily found on Amazon.

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30. Life Gives You Lemons 

I have said before that I love puns and weird sayings, such as, the phrase: “when life gives you lemons.” This costume is such a cheap costume as it involves just a simple white shirt that you can just write “Life” in sharpie while you carry some lemons around to make the phrase come to life.

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31. Ace Ventura 

You can become the world’s greatest pet detective next Halloween by dressing up as Ace Ventura. Figure out all kinds of animal mysteries, chase after lost parrots, endangered rhinos, or somehow get caught up in some bizarre NFL scandal. It is all in a day’s work for Ace Ventura, and you can definitely recreate the essence by dressing up as the pet detective himself. Although, please don’t wrap yourself into an NFL scandal.

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32. Harry Potter

If you have ever dreamed about becoming a full-fledged wizard, then you should definitely consider dressing up as Harry Potter next Halloween. With your Gryffindor robe and Harry Potter wand, you’ll look like you just took the train in from Hogwarts. Oh, and don’t forget to bring along a broom and golden snitch, in case anyone is playing Quidditch where you’re going.

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33. Dr. Anthony Fauci

I think we all knew a coronavirus-themed costume was coming! Everyone’s favorite doctor is sure to be the best college Halloween costume! The beauty of it is how easy it is to dress up as him. All you need is a regular doctor’s costume and then you can add glasses and a Dr. Fauci nametag to bring the ensemble together.

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34. The Mandalorian 

It truly isn’t Halloween unless someone is wearing a Star Wars costume, so it might not be a surprise if you’re the lucky person. But, make it the Mandalorian, as he is one of the newest characters from a galaxy far, far away. You can carry around a Baby Yoda doll for extra creativity.

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35. T. Rex

For years, you’ve lived in shame, knowing that you couldn’t achieve your childhood dream of being a Tyrannosaurus Rex. I’m sure that dream is shared by many adults and kids alike. Sure, no one thought you could do it. Sure, everyone called you crazy, but it was your dream and you can live out that dream with this costume!

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36. Mr. Peanut

Are you nuts about Planter’s peanuts and their mascot, Mr. Peanut? It’s okay if you are, because this costume will make you a showstopper at your next Halloween costume party, just like last year’s Planter’s Superbowl commercial where we saw Mr. Peanut die and resurrect himself.

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37. Indiana Jones

Who doesn’t love the Indiana Jones franchise and its multiple Lego sets? Because I surely do, and dressing up as Indiana is one of the easiest and laziest costumes to create, as all you truly need is a nice brown fedora, a whip and a nice khaki-colored ensemble. This is a great costume for any college Halloween party!

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38. Marty McFly 

Relive Marty McFly from Back to the Future driving Doc Brown’s DeLorean through the fabric of time, going on a date with your mom from the past, or seeing what your kids are up to 30 years in the future. All you really need to jumpstart your Back to the Future adventure is a jean jacket, plaid shirt and a puffer vest. Oh, and don’t forget the time machine designed by your eccentric scientist best friend.

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39. Pac-Man

Pac-Man is one of the longest-running and best-selling video game franchises in history, and Pac-Man himself remains one of the most recognizable video game characters in history. Everyone will definitely recognize your costume and will reminisce on their failed attempts to finish the game.

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40. Falling Dominoes 

I have been trying to find fun things you can do for Halloween costumes and I have fallen flat. Get it? Fallen flat, like falling dominoes. No, but seriously, get some friends and all dress the same, but with different numbers and go as a set. You and your friends can participate in a trust exercise where you all fall down, except no one is going to catch you.

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Last-Minute Halloween Costumes for Guys

41. Men In Black 

I think it is safe to say that we all have at least one black suit and tie laying around in our closets, so if you are looking for a last-minute college Halloween costume, this is the one for you. Especially if you are a big fan of the Men In Black series and you aspire to be Agent K or Agent J for next Halloween.

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42. Trader Joe’s Employee

All you need is a Hawaiian print shirt and some khakis to pull off this look, but beware that you may be mistaken as a Trader Joe’s employee if you decide to make a Trader Joe’s run in this outfit! This is a great college Halloween costume, as all you need can be found in your closet, especially if you are like me and love to wear Hawaiian shirts.

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43. Fifty Shades of Grey 

Okay, I’ll admit that I have never read any of the books or even watched any of the movies, but the jokes about the movies are more timeless than the series as a whole. If you are running out of time and you own either a black or gray shirt, just go to your local hardware store and hoard all of their gray paint chips. Another good idea is to count out exactly 50 paint chips that are different shades of gray and tape them onto your shirt, but it is all about how last minute you are.

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44. Baseball player 

I am a big baseball fan, but I am a bigger Atlanta Braves fan, and I don’t think that I’m the only one who owns a baseball jersey from my favorite player. If you’re waiting until the very last minute and you own a baseball jersey, then you are in luck as you can simply go as your favorite player.

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45. Breadwinner 

Are you the breadwinner of your college dorm or apartment? If not, that is totally fine, as you can still be a breadwinner this Halloween! Simply attach medals to your shirt, carry around a loaf of bread, and your work here is done. This is a simple and last-minute college Halloween costume guys that anyone will enjoy.

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46. A Ghost 

Now, this is a really last-minute Halloween costume idea, especially if you are expected to go out in less than an hour. All you really need is just a white bed sheet to pull off this super last-minute costume, and don’t feel bad if you go down this route as a lot of people do it, too.

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47. Error 404 

Have you ever tried to log onto an old page that you saved on your laptop and were greeted by an “Error 404” page? Well, you are not alone, as I think we have all been there to confront the blank white page with those two words. I am sure you will receive some laughs if you go and wear a white shirt with “Error 404” sharpied across your chest, because we have all been there.

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48. A Fork In The Road

I will not apologize for the abundant puns and sayings illustrated on these Halloween costumes, and you will need to accept it as I present you the “fork in the road” costume. All you truly need is a black shirt to be the road and some yellow duct tape that will be taped on the shirt to create the illusion that your shirt is actually a road. Lastly, for the final touch, you just have to either tape or hot glue on a fork to the shirt.

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49. Cereal Killer 

As college students, I feel as if it is not unusual to buy the cheap variety packs of cereal that the local grocery store or university dining hall offers. This college Halloween costume, in my opinion, one of the easiest costumes to pull off as all you need is some cereal boxes tape or hot glued to your shirt, and a plastic knife.

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50. A Lumberjack 

My university’s mascot is a lumberjack and this costume is a great last-minute idea for any college Halloween costume! Especially if your university’s mascot is also a lumberjack, and if you dress up as your school’s mascot, there is the possibility of being featured on their socials, so it is a win-win costume!

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51. Johnny Bravo 

You have to admit that Johnny Bravo is one cool dude, but he does live with his mom, he doesn’t have a job, and his best friend is Little Suzy from next door, so he isn’t really the coolest on paper. However, he does exude confidence and enjoys an awesome hairdo that many wish to have, so why not capitalize on that by dressing up as Johnny Bravo next Halloween?

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52. Mr. Clean

No, not that Yung Gravy Mr. Clean, but the most famous spokesman of cleaning products, besides the Brawny Man featured earlier on the list. Mr. Clean always demands absolute cleanliness from all of those around him, as his white shirt and pants are always shiny, like his bald head. All you need to pull off this last-minute look is a shiny bald head and everything white, especially the shoes. Don’t forget some Mr. Clean products to bring along with you to the next Halloween party.

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53. Beavis and Butthead 

If you are thinking about a funny and unique costume for Halloween, then you found the right one! There is nothing better than dressing up as two of the most celebrated idiots on television. Also, if you are looking for some added comic relief, you can also come as Beavis’s alter-ego, Cornholio! This show continues to have a cult following; plus, their costumes are super simple and affordable.

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54. Arthur 

The beloved aardvark, Arthur, has been entertaining children on PBS since the mid-1990s and the show has seen a recent rebirth in the last few years on the meme circuits. If you are planning on attending your next Halloween costume party as the classic book character, you just need to start with some fuzzy ears, red Converse, a dress shirt, and a yellow pullover sweater, and you have the look of a children’s storybook character.

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55. The Price is Right Contestant 

“Come on down!” The Price Is Right features a wide variety of games and contests with the basic challenge of guessing the prices of everyday retail items. The show has been an ultimate pop culture icon, due to the crazy costumes that many of the contestants and audience members wear with the hopes of being featured on the show. Oh, and did I mention how easy and last-minute it is to dress up as a contestant?

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56. Dustin from Stranger Things 

I think that it is fair to say that Dustin from Stranger Things is overlooked, as everyone just cares about Eleven and Hopper. So, let’s face it, people only dress up as Eleven for Halloween, but let’s not forget about Dustin. This is simply a great college Halloween costume, as Dustin grounds the show with the preteen awkwardness that it needs. All you need to do is slip yourself into a Waupaca Shirt and live out Halloween night as Stranger Things’ best character.

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57. Ghostbusters 

The Ghostbusters series has been a cinematic classic and pop culture icon since the first movie was released in 1984. I don’t know about you, but I fell in love with the franchise because of the soundtrack, specifically “Who You Gonna Call” by Ray Parker Jr. The Ghostbusters’ uniforms are so easy to recreate that they can work as a last-minute costume idea, especially since their uniforms are easily recognizable, which makes it a great college Halloween costume.

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58. The Pink Panther 

The early 60s brought us the fantastic series that we have all learned to love, The Pink Panther, which is centered around a rather clumsy detective by the name of Jacques Cousteau. He somehow solves his crimes and becomes Chief Inspector, even though he is a clueless manic. Although Cousteau isn’t a pink panther, the movie’s opening animation featuring a mute pink panther has made the series a pop culture icon.

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59. A Mannequin

This is truly a last-minute costume as you can just pass yourself off as dressed like a mannequin by wearing any outfit of yours! However, it may be a little easier to pull off and noticeable if you wear a nude color or white bodysuit underneath your clothes to make yourself look like a Target mannequin. Either way, this costume is a great last-minute costume for any Halloween party!

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60. Whoopie Cushion 

Pranks these days are all elaborate in their conception, but back in the day, pranks were as simple as making each other laugh at the expense of others, like with a whoopie cushion. The whoopie cushion will never go out of style, as it is the go-to prank for any kid. They are easy to find at any costume shop, if you decide to look for a costume before a party.

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Best Remote Jobs for College Students – The Ultimate 2021 Guide



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Summer is right around the corner, which for some means constant partying. However, for others, the goal of the summer is to earn as much cash as possible. With COVID still affecting us all, some jobs just are no longer an option, or have been moved to remote positions. While this may rule out most normal summer positions, many online jobs that hire college-aged students are still an option!

Read on for the best remote jobs for college students this summer!


1. Remote Customer Service Representative

A customer service representative is responsible for supporting customers by supplying useful information, providing answers to questions and handling additional complaints.

Luckily, most of these inquiries come by phone or email, making it the perfect remote position. These types of jobs require above-average communication skills and the ability to deal with frustrated customers. If you think you meet the qualifications and don’t mind dealing with angry customers from time to time, this is the perfect way to bring in some easy cash this summer.

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2. Virtual Assistant

Many high-ranking employees of different companies hire assistants to handle smaller issues and jobs that they cannot fit on their schedule. As a virtual assistant, possible tasks that may come your way include taking phone calls, scheduling appointments or meetings, responding to emails and even paying bills.

A good amount of these tasks are handled completely online, making it a great option for those looking for remote work. The ability to multitask along with top-notch attention to detail will benefit you in your role as a virtual assistant.

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3. Social Media Manager

You no longer need to feel badly about spending the majority of your day on your phone! As we progress further into the age of technology, more companies and corporations are starting to realize how social media stands out as an incredibly useful tool for advertisement.

“Two summers ago I worked for a radio station, promoting their shows on social media apps like Instagram and Tik Tok. It was by far the easiest job I’ve ever had. If every job was that simple, I’d be working 24/7,” says Temple University senior Nick Luz.

A social media manager’s job may include tasks such as making posts on a company’s social media accounts and answering messages that they receive on these platforms. With most companies looking for younger candidates to fill this position, that large following on your Instagram account might finally come in handy.

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4. Online Tutor

Got a good GPA and feel comfortable teaching subjects you know to other students? You may want to consider tutoring students in those areas which you find come naturally to you. Being a tutor can be highly rewarding, as spreading your knowledge to others usually does.

“I tutored freshman in algebra when I was a senior. All I needed to get hired was an A- in the class when I took it, and an overall GPA of 3.5. It was honestly a great experience, especially since I went on to become a teacher,” says James Madison University alumnus Julie Alcott.

While many tutoring jobs exist right on campus, it is also possible to freelance yourself out to various other students as well. Tutoring online remains one of the simplest ways to make money using information you need to know.

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5. Virtual Call Center Agent

A virtual call center agent assists in various tasks that involve telecommunications. These remote jobs can include customer service, telemarketing, making reservations and scheduling.

Once again, excellent communication skills will definitely help you snag a position such as this. Prepare to spend a majority of your day on the phone if this job sparks your interest. With a massive amount of virtual call centers out there, finding a job at one shouldn’t be too challenging.

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6. Website or App Tester

Before a website or application reaches the public, it goes through multiple phases to ensure it is of the best quality. The people who test those apps and sites actually get paid to do so. And guess what? You can snag a role as one of those app-testers!

“I got hired by this site UserTesting.com, where they pay me to look for flaws in different websites and apps. I don’t make too much from doing it, but it’s a great side job that takes little effort,” Bucks County Community College sophomore Antonio Olivera said.

Checking for online bugs and glitches sounds much harder than actually doing so. With the ability to make up to $10 per website right from your computer or phone, why wouldn’t anyone want to work as a web tester?

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7. Technical Support Representative

When a customer runs into an issue while browsing a website, they will often receive assistance from a technical support representative. Most companies provide some kind of support for when customers use their web services, and many of these positions require the same skills as any other telecommunication job.

The main difference for a technical support rep though, is the fact that you will need to learn everything that you possibly can about the service or product that the company provides. That doesn’t seem too bad!

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8. Project Manager

Project managers run the show from behind the scenes, with their main job being  ensuring that everything runs smoothly. From video production to high-risk business investments, project managers exist in every field.

As a project manager, your responsibilities would include making sure that all elements of various projects remain on track and get completed on time.

This position requires strong time management skills along with the ability to keep things organized. When managing projects remotely, you may find yourself scheduling video conferences with all the members of your team. Make sure that all you remember to send that zoom link to everyone!

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9. Freelance Writer

Freelance writing can bring in big bucks if the proper time and effort is put into it. If you consider yourself a decent writer, you may want to consider freelancing. Businesses and individuals that require writing services often look to freelancers to find what they need.

“I swear I just read this article about this girl who made almost a million dollars ghostwriting books for people while working as a freelancer. I’m planning on joining Fiverr soon, I’m pretty sure that’s the site she used,” Jefferson University senior Sophia Bell says.

Dozens of sites exist online to put yourself out there in order to provide these services. However, this industry sticks out as one that is highly prone to scammers. When freelancing, make sure you do not sell yourself short and always use sites that guarantee you will be paid.

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10. Virtual Data Entry Clerk

Data entry stands out as one of the most common remote positions, since the job is 90% online to begin with. The responsibilities of a data entry clerk may include filing online documents for a company, along with sorting and organizing physical documents and then entering them into the company’s online system.

Important qualities for this job include excellent typing skills, great time management and high overall efficiency. Though it may sound easy, a data entry clerk holds a valuable position. If one number happens to get put in the system incorrectly, it could mess up the company’s entire file.

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A Personal Story

During my sophomore year of college, I was hired as an employee for the school’s telefund program. My duties included calling alumni and asking for donations to the school.

This was one of the easiest jobs that I’ve had, and at the same time I was able to learn so much from it. Making dozens of calls in just a short amount of time allowed me to improve my communication skills by at least tenfold. If you have the opportunity to take a similar job, I would not hesitate; it is worth the experience.

Where To Find Remote Positions

Many websites exist solely to assist people with finding jobs, and while some may charge a subscription fee for premium access, most of these sites remain 100% free.

Some important services to check out include LinkedIn, Upwork, Handshake, Indeed and FlexJobs. All of these sites have positions that can be worked remotely, and most likely include some of the jobs mentioned above. The only way to get hired somewhere is to apply, so take the first step by checking out some of these sites!

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100 Flirty & Dirty Questions to Ask a Guy You Like



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Have you ever desperately wanted to fill the silence during an intimate conversation with your boyfriend? That silence can kill the mood very quickly…talking can be some of the best flirting in a relationship. If you are in a long-distance relationship, these phrases can also be texted and have the same result! 

Check out these questions to ask your boyfriend or crush to get him all hot and bothered!

Dirty Questions to Ask a Guy You Like

  1. What is your favorite place to be massaged?
  2. What is your sexy scene from a movie?
  3. Do you have any fetishes? 
  4. Have you ever had a one-night stand?
  5. What’s the weirdest place you’ve ever done it?
  6. Do you like it when someone pulls your hair?
  7. Where is the naughtiest place you have done it?
  8. Do you get horny in the morning or evening?
  9. What are you best at in bed?
  10. Have you ever done it outside?
  11. What’s the best bedroom experience that you’ve ever had?
  12. What do you think about dirty talk?
  13. Is there anything that turns you off in the bedroom?
  14. What’s the longest you’ve gone without doing it?
  15. What’s the most number of times you’ve done it in a row?
  16. What’s one public place where you would want to do it?
  17. Have you ever had a friend with benefits?
  18. If I were in your room right now, what would you want to do to me?
  19. What is your favorite sex position?
  20. What’s the sexiest thing someone could say to you in bed? 
  21. When do you feel the horniest?
  22. What is your dirtiest fantasy?
  23. What are your thoughts on foreplay?
  24. What do you think about friends with benefits?
  25. Do you like the lights on or off during sex?
  26. What do you think about toys in the bedroom?
  27. What would you do if you could do anything with me?
  28. When did you lose your virginity?
  29. What is the weirdest thing you have dreamt about doing with a girl?
  30. Are you a top or bottom?


Flirty Questions to Ask a Guy You Like

  1. What is the first thing you noticed about me?
  2. Do you like when the girl makes the first move?
  3. What turns you on?
  4. What do you find most attractive in a girl?
  5. What is the craziest thing you have ever done?
  6. Have I ever been in your dreams?
  7. What do you think of open relationships?
  8. Which body part are you most proud of?
  9. Do you like cuddling?
  10. Before you got to know me, did you ever fantasize about me?
  11. Do you prefer making out or cuddling?
  12. What is the best kiss you have ever had?
  13. What type of girl are you attracted to? 
  14. What do I do that makes you smile?
  15. How many girls have you been with?
  16. Do you see a difference between having sex and making love?
  17. What do you look for in a girl?
  18. Are you a good kisser?
  19. What do you wear to bed?
  20. Have you ever pictured me naked?
  21. Do you like massages?
  22. Do you prefer kissing or cuddling?
  23. Are there any games you like to play in the bedroom?
  24. Is it hot in here or is it just you?
  25. What is the easiest way to make you smile?
  26. What is your most embarrassing make-out memory?
  27. Have you ever slept with anyone and then regretted it? 
  28. Have you ever played dirty truth or dare?
  29. Have you ever played strip poker?
  30. Who is your celebrity crush? 


Sexy Questions to Ask Your Boyfriend

  1. What’s one thing you want me to do to you that I haven’t done?
  2. Have you ever just wanted to tear my clothes off?
  3. What’s your favorite thing to do to me?
  4. What’s your favorite sex position with me?
  5. How do you want me to touch you? Describe it.
  6. What color underwear do you like the most on me?
  7. How does it feel when I go down on you?
  8. Is there a sexy scene from a movie that you want to recreate with me?
  9. Would you like to take a long shower together?
  10. How can I drive you crazy with my body?
  11. Do you like going down on me?
  12. Do you want to know what I’m wearing?
  13. What is your favorite sort of foreplay?
  14. If you could only touch me in one place, where would it be?
  15. Can you undress me with just your mouth?
  16. Would you ever try edible underwear?
  17. What’s a naughty fantasy you have about me?
  18. What is your favorite type of lingerie?
  19. How often would you like us to be having sex?
  20. If I told you I wanted to have sex right now, what would you do? 


Flirty Questions to Ask Your Boyfriend 

  1. What do my lips taste like?
  2. What is your favorite part of my body?
  3. Would you rather see me in lingerie or nothing at all?
  4. Do you get jealous when other guys check me out?
  5. Do you like it when I pull your hair?
  6. How does it feel when we make out?
  7. Are you thinking about me? Because I am thinking about you.
  8. What times of day do you think about me?
  9. Do I make you nervous?
  10. What would you do if I sent you a dirty picture of me?
  11. Have you ever wanted to tear my clothes off?
  12. Do you think of me when we are apart?
  13. Have you ever had a dream about me?
  14. Do you prefer rough or romantic? 
  15. When was the last time you have a dirty dream? 
  16. If you could choose what I was wearing, what would it be?
  17. What is a sex position you have never tried, but would love to try? 
  18. What is the dirtiest thing you ever thought about me?
  19. Do you prefer eye contact or none during sex?
  20. How high is your sex drive? 

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