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Josh Sundquist is known for many things.

He’s a Paralympic skier, a player on the US amputee soccer team, a motivational speaker and a best-selling author.

But he also is the person you'd most likely hate to have at a Halloween costume contest -- because he wins every year.

For years now, Sundquist has been creating the most hilarious and  incredible Halloween costumes that use his amputee status as a focal point.

In 2010, he was a gingerbread man with a half-eaten leg.

In 2012, he was the famous “leg lamp” from the movie ‘A Christmas Story.’

In 2013, he was a flamingo.

And in 2014, he was a Foosball Table player.

He said on his website he didn't know his costume choices would go viral, but thankfully they have.

And so, of course, everyone couldn't wait to see what he had in store this year.

Sundquist took what he calls a “classic amputee joke” and made it into a reality as an IHOP sign.