28 Things All Cosplayers Understand Too Well

1. Spending more time collecting reference pictures than actually making the cosplay

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2. Owning nearly every color thread ever made, but not the one you need for that cosplay

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3. Too many cosplay ideas, not enough cons.

4. Hoarding JoAnne’s Coupons

5. Acting in character for a character with your opposite personality

6. Wearing a summer cosplay in the winter

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7. Wearing a winter cosplay during the summer

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8. Becoming known for one character so making all of their variant outfits as well

9. Planning cosplays years in advance

10. Trying to make a cosplay out of the left over fabric from other cosplays

11. Underestimating how much a cosplay is going to cost

12. ALWAYS poop before you put on your cosplay.

13. Not being sure whether you’re an ambitious cosplayer or a masochist

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14. Multipurpose wigs

15. Breaking a sewing needle the night before the con

16. Giving an in character greeting to another cosplayer and receiving an in-character reply from them

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17. Becoming a hot glue warrior, able to withstand all hot glue touching your skin

18. Finally getting the sleeves right

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19. Learning useful life skills from cosplaying

20. Pack for a con, forget to bring real clothes

21. Driving in cosplay

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22. Wearing a non-mainstream cosplay and having someone recognize you

23. Going out to buy regular clothes and subconsciously thinking how you could use them for cosplay

24. Actually completing a cosplay from your “Future Cosplay” list.

25. The ultimate moment of finding a reference picture of the back of your cosplay character’s outfit.

26. The constant fear of your cosplay falling apart on the con floor.

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27. That proud moment when you get back your photos from the con and they are ON POINT

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28. Having an awesome, supportive, crazy group of cosplay friends that you wouldn’t trade for the world.

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