This One-Legged Man Dresses Up Every Halloween And Wins Hearts Like A Pro

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This One-Legged Man Dresses Up Every Halloween And Wins Hearts Like A Pro
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Diagnosed with cancer at the age of nine, Josh Sundquist was told that he has only 50% chances of survival. Despite getting proper treatment, he lost his left leg. But with his bravery and positivity, his fate changed and by the time Josh turned 13 years old, he was entirely cancer free; and by the age of 16, he was already ski-racing.

Today, Josh is famously known for his motivational speeches and inspiring story of survival. On October 31st, you'll always find him on the internet, winning hearts across all social media platforms as he dresses up perfectly on Halloween Day.

Have a look!

On his official website, Josh states:

On his official website, Josh states:

Initially, he used to be self-conscious about his disability. He shares, "In high school, I wore a prosthesis all the time and didn't want anyone to find out I was missing a leg," reports Metro UK.

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But now he is at ease and loves the way he looks...

But now he is at ease and loves the way he looks...

And he even celebrates his disability on Halloween. "My costumes on Halloween can be weird or refreshing, it depends on your perspective," says Josh.

It all started from 2010 when...

It all started from 2010 when...

Josh Sundquist dressed like gingerbread man from Shrek. 

He says, "I've always dealt with the social discomfort of my disability by having a sense of humor, 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. Which may be either weird or refreshing, depending on your perspective."

In 2012, he looked something like this.

In 2012, he looked something like this.

He says it was his wife's idea in 2012 to dress up like a reference to a film, 'A Christmas Story.'

Josh shares his picture from Halloween 2013.

Josh shares his picture from Halloween 2013.

About this costume, he shares, "I was just at the zoo one time, and I noticed that flamingos look like me doing a crutch handstand. So yeah."

In 2014, one of his YouTube subscribers suggested this idea at VidCon.

In 2014, one of his YouTube subscribers suggested this idea at VidCon.

He shares, "I thought it was appropriate since last year I was also named to the US Amputee World Cup Team."

In 2015, he dressed up like IHop restaurant.

In 2015, he dressed up like IHop restaurant.

On this picture, Josh comments, "It's a classic amputee joke. This year I decided to anthropomorphize it."

And adds further:

And adds further:

"If my career as a motivational speaker doesn't work out, I could probably get a job at IHOP."

In 2016, his costume was one of the much talked about Halloween dresses on the internet.

In 2016, his costume was one of the much talked about Halloween dresses on the internet.

Josh says that he always wanted to try this costume. In an interview, he expressed, "A live-action Beauty and the Beast is coming out next year, but it's unclear from the photos if Lumiere will still be a hopping monopod or if the new Lumiere (played by Ewan McGregor) will have bipedal locomotion. If the new movie changes the way we imagine Lumiere, this could be the final Halloween in which I could dress like him. So it had to be Lumiere in 2016."

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