Ten most inexplicable "sexy" Halloween costumes

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We here at Show and Tell never expected -- not even in our wildest dreams -- to type the words "sexy Lorax" anytime soon. But that's what just happened. And you know why? Because "sexy" is the costume trend that will never die. Not even your sweetest, most sacred childhood loves are free from the curse of the "sexy" adaptation, as the following list will prove. Continue reading for the ten most bizarre "sexy" Halloween costumes on the market this year.

See also: - The Sexiest (and Most Ridiculous) Halloween Costumes of 2012 - Sexiest Vampire Contest at Suite Two Hundred - Haunted Hotel Party 2012

10. Sexy Lorax 9. Sexy Cookie Monster 8. Sexy Nemo 7. Sexy dinosaur 6. Sexy martini 5. Sexy honey badger 4. Sexy Angry Bird 3. Sexy hamburger 2. Sexy Winnie the Pooh 1. Sexy Ernie

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