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Among the more creative and relevant Halloween costumes you might’ve seen this year — like the kids from Stranger Things, Pablo Escobar or Donald Trump — no doubt you will have also seen many, many boring witches, pirates, Batmans and Jokers. Or at least you should have, according to Google.

The search engine has released its annual list of the top 50 “Most Googled” halloween costumes which, had you known beforehand, could’ve prevented you and 20 other people from turning up to Saturday’s party like Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad. Margot Robbie’s character tops this year’s pile, followed by a load of other boring ideas like “Pirate,” “Witch” and even “Dinosaur.”

Take a look at the top 10 list of most-searched costumes below (including the top image result), and then head over to Google’s “Frightgeist” interactive map to see the full 50, and search by location and other parameters like “Spookiness Level.”

1. Harley Quinn

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2. Joker

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3. Superhero

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4. Pirate

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5. Wonder Woman

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6. Witch

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7. Batman

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8. Star Wars

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9. Clown

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10. Dinosaur

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In other Halloween-related news, here’s how to dress your iPhone like an exploded Galaxy Note7.

Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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