3. Lawrence Of Arabia
Most people have either seen or heard of the great tale known as Lawrence of Arabia, so to dress up as Lawrence himself just raises the bar for everyone else . This guy was a legendary war hero, an author, and basically an epic figure in British history. On top of that, this is a simple costume to make: just take that white tablecloth you used these past years to dress up as a ghost, make a few tweaks here and there, and you'll be set.
Teddy Roosevelt vs. Lawrence of Arabia
2. Napoleon Bonaparte
No, you do not have to be unbelievably short to be able to look like Napoleon (his small stature is actually a myth), just have an ego the size of all of Europe. When you think of this famous Emperor of France you're probably thinking of that awesome hat he wore, so you'll need one of those, and the urge to always stuff your right hand in your coat. Spit out a few lines in French and you'll be beating girls off with a stick come Halloween night.
George Washington vs. Napoleon Bonaparte
1. U.S. Army Ranger
If you've learned anything from movies, television, and romantic novels (come on, admit you've read one), you know that women go gaga over men in uniform. Who else better to be this Halloween than an elite member of the U.S. Army? The only thing that could make you look even tougher when you're mixing and mingling come October 30 is some manly-looking war paint. Don't wimp out and go for just two black smudges under your eyes, I'm talking about full-blown green camo here. No pain, no gain.
U.S. Army Rangers vs. North Korean Special Operations Forces