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Thursday, November 1, 2018

This Texas Couple Totally Nailed Their Sweaty Beto O'Rourke, Willie Nelson Halloween Costumes

Posted By on Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 11:39 AM

Halloween may be over, but the solid costume pics keep on pouring in on social media. We came across two Texans who absolutely knocked out their costumes.

For an extremely topical Halloween costume, Steve and Megan Peglar decided to pay tribute to Beto O'Rourke. But instead of capturing the essence of Beto, U.S. Senate candidate and Beto, '90s rocker, the couple decided to bring in a familiar face to pair with O'Rourke.



Steve used his tall frame to dress up as Beto as comes out in all of his photos: wearing a simple, light blue dress shirt with sweat stains on his chest and underarms.
As for Megan, she went with Willie Nelson, who faced a lot of backlash from Republicans who somehow thought the weed-loving musician wasn't a Democrat.

Anyway, here's the look they were going for.
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And here's how their costumes turned out.
The Fort Worth couple's costume comes from the heart, as the two both have plenty of Beto content on their Instagram pages. They weren't alone in their Beto costumes, as a number of social-media users tagged O'Rourke to show off their costumes.
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