Yes, Sundquist, who in the past has dressed as a gingerbread man with a missing leg, the leg lamp from "A Christmas Story," and a flamingo, has honored his own inclusion on the US Amputee Soccer team by making himself into a human Foosball player.
Sundquist lost his leg as a child due to Ewing's sarcoma. However, he became an alpine skier and also draws crowds as a motivational speaker. It's not hard to see why. On the soccer pitch, Sundquist will represent the United States at the 2014 Amputee World Cup in Mexico.
"I’ve always dealt with the social discomfort of my disability by having a sense of humor, but I used to be much more self-conscious," Sundquist says on his website. "In high school I wore a prosthesis all the time and didn’t want anyone to find out I was missing a leg. But now I’m more comfortable with who I am and what I look like, and I guess with these Halloween costumes you could even say that I celebrate what makes me different."
Walmart has come under fire for using the description 'Fat Girl Costumes' on its website. Earlier this morning, the disrespectful costume description could be seen above a selection of plus-size outfits for women, however Walmart appears to have re-worded it to 'Women's Plus Size Halloween Costumes' as of 11:30am. A Walmart representative told MailOnline: 'This never should have been on our site. It is unacceptable, and we apologize. 'We are working to remove it as soon as possible and ensure this never happens again.' Wonder Woman, The Queen of Hearts, a witch and a female vampire were among the costumes in the section.
Despite the offensive label, which presumably was never meant to be seen by the public but rather just by the internal Walmart team, the models pictured all appear to be a very healthy size.
The retailer removed the rude category after it sparked an outcry on social media.A firestorm of tweets this morning asked questions such as 'Why?' and 'How did this happen?' 'Stay classy Walmart,' wrote Autumn Mochi, while Dave Jones commented '... and that's how you get fired as a Walmart web developer.'
Some states are making a topical Halloween choice this year, opting for Frozen costumes or dressing as the mythical Slenderman. Others will keep it classic, dressing as doctors or cheerleaders.
This map, made by SumoCoupon, a website that offers discounts at various stores, shows which Halloween costumes are the most "trending" in each state. Their team analyzed Google search volumes to determine which costumes were the most Googled in various parts of the country.
Americans love to emulate their favorite film characters... and apparently three states have a banana obsession.