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Monday, October 30, 2006

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lesliedotcom

Ahem...

So you can write this post with a straight face? After pulling a face when *someone* wanted to dress in a gross-out costume instead of looking slutty?

Interesting...

dvdguy

I really thought you knew I was kidding the entire time I was making that suggestion. Honestly.

JBH

I would have said you are out there alone on this one, but USA Today's Monday edition takes note of the same phenomenon.

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/retail/2006-10-30-sultry-halloween-usat_x.htm

Since the article is in the 'Money' section, there's lots of retail price and demographic info, but they do include a couple of mildly naughty pix, and the first print reference I have seen to the "sexy grim reaper costume".

Mybe next year, equal time is in order. Might want to consider the 'hot cop' ensemble.

dvdguy

Just read your article JBH. I'm glad it pointed out that it's becoming a bit of a problem for those under 18.

I'm sure there'll be some sort of lawsuit over the kids who were sent home from school because they were practically naked.

Over 18? Dress however you want. Kids? Not so much.

dvdguy

Oh and no. DVDguy will not be in any kind of hot cop outfit. Dudes don't dress sexy on Halloween. Dudes, for whatever reason, see it as their chance to cross-dress. But that's another rant for another time.

JBH

Gee, DVD guy, I don't know about that "dudes don't dress sexy thing". On Saturday there were a bunch of guys dressed sexy: Biker with cheeks showing, a construction worker, an Indian. Oh, wait. Nevermind.

dvdguy

Mmmmmhmmmm. Exactly.

jsb

That tall skinny "Bishop Kenny slut" with the big wig was the hottest girl there.

dvdguy

Third hottest, behind the two ladies in our party.

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