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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

5 Worst "Sexy" Halloween Costumes From Your Childhood Memories

Posted By on Tue, Oct 28, 2014 at 1:12 PM

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Every year, new "sexy" Halloween costumes hit the market, from sexy pizza to sexy panda, but there are a few that venture further, into a more bizarre territory: childhood memories; these "sexy" costumes pull inspiration from PBS shows, Disney, and others. Below are the five "sexy" costumes that incorporate your childhood — and made us cringe the most.

5. Mickey and Minnie Mouse
You'd never see this at Disneyland — this duo (yes, we're counting them as one) have transformed from Disney royalty into frat party staples.  

4. Nemo
First, fish aren't sexy, but couple that with a little clown fish who is trying to find his way back to his dad — his sole family member — and you get a cringe-worthy Nemo costume. Also, Oddee points out the great discrepancy between the options for men and women when it comes to being a clown fish for Halloween.

Nemo? Is that you? - AMAZON

3. Bert and Ernie

Yes, we're also counting this duo as one, but don't let that fact deter you from the horror of your favorite preschool program being sexed-up into two of the most disturbing "sexy" Halloween costumes we've seen. 
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2. Barnie
Behold, a giant purple nightmare has come to life as a college girl's Halloween costume. 
I love... not this. - YANDY.COM

1. Aladdin 
We're speechless.

Here's to hoping you see creative and interesting costumes this year!
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