YouTuber Jeremy Schneider needed a Halloween costume, so he did the most logical thing he could think of. He dressed up as a receipt from CVS Pharmacy.
A couple weeks earlier, he went into CVS to buy some Altoids breath-mints. He got a really long receipt from the register (full of coupons and other information), and used that as the “base” of his costume. He scanned it into Photoshop, enlarged it, printed it out (it used 42 sheets of regular printer paper). It wound up being about 12 feet long.
THEN, he got the idea to go BACK to CVS, and buy some Halloween candy. But wait, “scan my coupon,” he says. Literally, they scanned the “extrabucks” barcode on the coupon, and *beep*, it worked, and he saved a dollar.
Hilarious watching everyone in the store stop him for pictures while he was shopping. Video below. He drew inspiration from this reddit user and his post from a couple years ago.