LMAO: Halloween Hashtag, ‘Costumes That Shouldn’t Be Sexy’ (PICS)

Written by Wes Walker on October 22, 2019

Why would ANYONE think any of these was a good idea?

There is a weird trend of Halloween costumes taking the most ordinary or mundane of ideas or personalities and turning it into a ‘sexy’ costume.

Hardly anyone objected when they rolled out ‘sexy pirates’ or ‘sexy nurses’, but now that Pandora’s box has been opened, when will the madness stop?

Some of these costumes shouldn’t work, but look pretty good whether we like it or not — others aren’t ‘sexy’ so much as a cry for help. Here’s a sampling.

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‘Sexy hazmat suit’.

Keep you safe? Ya, sure. I mean… you *probably* have nothing to worry about.

Nuns. Predictable? Sure, but it certainly qualifies for the ‘should not be sexy’ aspect of the hashtag.

Bob Ross? Yes, THAT Bob Ross.

And then you put a sexy little cloud over here…

If the Bob Ross costume creeped you out, just wait until you see what OTHER famous people are in the neighborhood. Recognize this neighbor?

Seriously?

Little Orphan Annie? Wasn’t she like ELEVEN? That’s just NASTY.

There were some food entries… WEIRD ones:

Sorry in advance for this one:

Which brings us to food mascots. Does she look familiar?

‘Sexy’ Rotten Ronnie:

But wait! There’s more!

Barney the Dinosaur:

(Our first reaction to this one was ‘Kill it with fire’.)

Scary costumes with a sexy twist?

“Freddie Cougar?” (Do NOT go to sleep!)

‘IT’ has a sister…

How about video games?

Ok, was that REALLY necessary?

Beloved Children’s characters were not spared:

Gumby?

Charlie Brown?

‘Sexy’ Finding Nemo?

Sesame Street had a surprisingly strong showing in this category… brought to you by the letters W, T, and F.

And that’s just scratching the surface. Just imagine what the ones we spared you from look like.

Did we miss any good ones? Let us know in the comments!

 

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