Squid Game costumes steal the show at Taiwan Halloween parade

Costumes inspired by the popular Netflix series “Squid Game” stole the show at an annual Halloween parade in New Taipei, Taiwan, on Saturday.

Revellers, among them many children below the age restriction to watch the show, could be seen in full ‘Squid Game’ dress, one group even brought a prop coffin with them.

“It’s just for fun and my kid also doesn’t quite know what the show is about,” said one mother whose son wanted to dress up like characters in the show, after watching a short synopsis on YouTube.

The parade comes after Taiwan recently relaxed pandemic prevention measures and allowed for people to take off their face masks when outside in some situations.

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  1. 차오타머타롵추어어라오니모아옹투ㅏ큐트튜튜투토아먀머쟁ㅎ난

  2. No orange tip on their assault rifle weapons?

  3. The world is thirsty for blood when the most popular show in the world is about a game show where people bet their lives…

    The most popular show in the world

    Humanity is a failure. Join the new race of humans while still you can.
    A new race that has been given a new heart from Jesus Christ; a new heart that loves to do what is right.

    How do you get to hell?
    Very simple: claim that you're innocent.

    How do you get to heaven?
    Very simple: Admit that you're not Innocent, you're guilty and ask for mercy.

    How to know if you're guilty or not?
    Simply: Compare your life to the Ten Commandments God gave you in the Bible.
    Everyone agrees that if people followed the ten commandments there would be no need for governments or police.

    Do not lie.
    Do not steal.
    Do not commit adultery.
    Do not insult God by using his name as a cuss word.
    There are six more but let's just leave it at that.

    How many lies have you told in your life?

    Have you ever taken anything that didn't belong to you?

    Jesus said, if you look at a women lustfully you've already committed adultery in your heart with that woman.
    How many times a day do you do that?

    Do you use God's name as a cuss word?
    Would you do that with your own mother's name?

    If you answer these questions honestly you know that you're guilty.

    God can justly punish you and send you to hell.

    Ask him for mercy.
    His name is Jesus.

    It's as simple as this, The Ten Commandments are called the moral law. You and I broke God's laws. Jesus paid the fine.
    The fine is death.

    Ezekiel 18:20 —
    "The soul who sins shall die.

    That's why Jesus had to die on the cross for our sins. This is why God is able to give us Mercy.

    Option A.
    You die for your own sins.

    Option B.
    Ask for mercy and accept that Jesus died for you.

  4. Indoctrinated Kids with Parent support
    Turning children -Teens-Young adults into Psychos

  5. I just noticed, but the kid at 1:12 is wearing an upside down plastic tray. LOL

  6. And the scariest costumes are.. ordinary human beings who are desperate, willing to do anything, betting their lives. We live in a world where monsters are now ordinary people!

  7. We need your help,IRCC @CitImmCanada is ruining lives,no clear policies, haphazardly conducts draws, halted their main immigration programs(FSW) in December. While giving PR to students, also rejecting study visa on the basis students will not go back from certain nationalities.

  8. Squid game is what the future will probably look like.

  9. Only a sick mind would come up with a show like that. The fact that it is celebrated tells the state of the world.

  10. The mask made out of the basket that children wore is really brilliant!

  11. Nut jobs… insanity beyond recognition

  12. This Horror Show Shows Who We Are
    A student of mine told me about a new show called “Squid Game.” It is a South Korean “thriller series,” as they call it, which has become a pop culture phenomenon and is the no. 1 show in more than 90 countries. The show presents several hundred people who are all in great financial debt and in dire emotional states. The producers pit them against each other, even if they are very close, and make them hate each other. The winner takes millions of dollars, and the others are killed. This show wouldn’t be so horrifying if it didn’t portray our true nature. The very fact that we watch such a show enthusiastically is proof that underneath the “civilized” façade, our nature is as the show depicts.
    It works like a magnet. We love to watch the struggle between good and evil, as long as we are safe from the consequences of the battle. The thing is that in this show, there is no good; there is only evil.
    Indeed, humans are the worst being in reality. What makes us so uniquely evil is the fact that we explicitly want to harm others. We do not want to eat others because we will starve unless we do so; we want to see them suffer! We derive pleasure from others’ pain, and derive the most pleasure when we are the ones inflicting it.
    We often say that reality is like a jungle, where the strong eat the weak. However, in the jungle, the strong do not want to destroy the weak; they want to eat. Once they are full, they want to sleep and play, and not kill or hurt for fun. In the human jungle, we do not want to eat other people; we want to see them hurting! This is why the natural jungle thrives without any laws while the human jungle, which we mistakenly refer to as “civilization,” is disintegrating despite the laws that strive to limit our barbarity.
    If we had any hopes of finding goodness in human nature, “Squid Game,” and mainly its popularity, proves that we have nothing to hope for when it comes to human nature. If we can create such shows, and if they can be so popular, then we can do such horrors in real life.
    The only possible good that can come out of such a show is the realization that it is not fantasy, but an authentic depiction of who we are. Maybe if we realize this, we will be willing to do something about changing ourselves.
    The current trend is to dull our awareness of the human horror show we live in by making cannabis available and legal. Indeed, the more we learn about human nature, the more we realize that perhaps it is better to numb ourselves through life until it’s over.
    For now, we’re cheering at the sight of other people suffering, much like people used to cheer at the sight of poor men fighting against lions in ancient Rome. Only if we realize that it is not okay to be like that, our minds might open to other options. If such a diabolical program can be the no. 1 show in more than 90 countries, it means that the entire world is immersed in unhinged viciousness.
    There is a solution, but it is demanding and must encompass the entire world if it is to succeed. To change who we are, we must initiate a worldwide educational process where such programs are forbidden and pro-human-connection programs are produced and aired. Even if they are not popular, at first, we cannot allow ourselves to be exposed to the violent poison and culture of narcissism that we consume today. They may be sweet, but they are lethal.
    If people don’t want to watch shows about human connection, they can put aside their media devices and simply talk to one another. This will already be a major improvement to the current situation.
    It may not sound like fun, but what is the option? To live out the “Squid Game.” Besides, after some practice, we will discover that connection and care are far more rewarding and pleasant than destruction and cruelty, and do not carry the negative side effect that is our current culture.

  13. I like this show but definitely kids shouldn't watch it.

  14. "1 day ago"? What are they doing celebrating halloween the day before?

    This is a joke.

  15. This Horror Show Shows Who We Are
    A student of mine told me about a new show called “Squid Game.” It is a South Korean “thriller series,” as they call it, which has become a pop culture phenomenon and is the no. 1 show in more than 90 countries. The show presents several hundred people who are all in great financial debt and in dire emotional states. The producers pit them against each other, even if they are very close, and make them hate each other. The winner takes millions of dollars, and the others are killed. This show wouldn’t be so horrifying if it didn’t portray our true nature. The very fact that we watch such a show enthusiastically is proof that underneath the “civilized” façade, our nature is as the show depicts.
    It works like a magnet. We love to watch the struggle between good and evil, as long as we are safe from the consequences of the battle. The thing is that in this show, there is no good; there is only evil.
    Indeed, humans are the worst being in reality. What makes us so uniquely evil is the fact that we explicitly want to harm others. We do not want to eat others because we will starve unless we do so; we want to see them suffer! We derive pleasure from others’ pain, and derive the most pleasure when we are the ones inflicting it.
    We often say that reality is like a jungle, where the strong eat the weak. However, in the jungle, the strong do not want to destroy the weak; they want to eat. Once they are full, they want to sleep and play, and not kill or hurt for fun. In the human jungle, we do not want to eat other people; we want to see them hurting! This is why the natural jungle thrives without any laws while the human jungle, which we mistakenly refer to as “civilization,” is disintegrating despite the laws that strive to limit our barbarity.
    If we had any hopes of finding goodness in human nature, “Squid Game,” and mainly its popularity, proves that we have nothing to hope for when it comes to human nature. If we can create such shows, and if they can be so popular, then we can do such horrors in real life.
    The only possible good that can come out of such a show is the realization that it is not fantasy, but an authentic depiction of who we are. Maybe if we realize this, we will be willing to do something about changing ourselves.
    The current trend is to dull our awareness of the human horror show we live in by making cannabis available and legal. Indeed, the more we learn about human nature, the more we realize that perhaps it is better to numb ourselves through life until it’s over.
    For now, we’re cheering at the sight of other people suffering, much like people used to cheer at the sight of poor men fighting against lions in ancient Rome. Only if we realize that it is not okay to be like that, our minds might open to other options. If such a diabolical program can be the no. 1 show in more than 90 countries, it means that the entire world is immersed in unhinged viciousness.
    There is a solution, but it is demanding and must encompass the entire world if it is to succeed. To change who we are, we must initiate a worldwide educational process where such programs are forbidden and pro-human-connection programs are produced and aired. Even if they are not popular, at first, we cannot allow ourselves to be exposed to the violent poison and culture of narcissism that we consume today. They may be sweet, but they are lethal.
    If people don’t want to watch shows about human connection, they can put aside their media devices and simply talk to one another. This will already be a major improvement to the current situation.
    It may not sound like fun, but what is the option? To live out the “Squid Game.” Besides, after some practice, we will discover that connection and care are far more rewarding and pleasant than destruction and cruelty, and do not carry the negative side effect that is our current culture.

  16. can't believe the Taiwanese government would let these brainwzshed kids to watch the stupid squid game show.

  17. This Costume Is Halloween From Squid game In Netflix And coffin just check this out

  18. That was cute and I like the Halloween parade

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