Sexy Halloween Costume Ideas

Sexy sells and Halloween is no exception. Here are some great ideas to show your sexy side this Halloween.

Harley Quinn costume with red and blue glitter shorts, net tights, a bold top, and hair dying

Lara Croft Halloween costume with tall boots, mini shorts, a crop top, and some belts.

Cat Woman costume of black leather – tall boots, a mask, gloves, and a jumpsuit.

Black Widow costume with a fitting jumpsuit, belts, and gloves.

Mickey Mouse costume with black stockings, black shoes, red shorts, a black illusion neckline bodice, and ears.

Lara Croft look with leather shorts, leather boots, a black tee, and sunglasses.

Little Red Riding Hood with a black top, a black mini skirt, black stockings, a red hood.

Sexy mermaid look with a shell and starfish bra and a sparkling tail skirt.

Sexy pirate costume by Kim Kardashian with tall leather boots, a lace mini dress, and a black corset.

Britney Spears inspired look with stockings, black shoes, a black skirt, a white shirt, and a grey cardigan.

Cristina Aguilera rocking a naughty nurse costume with stockings, a short robe, a red belt, and a nurse cap.

Playboy Bunny costume with a black velvet and tulle body, a white tail and ears.

Sexy Halloween cop costumes with tall boots and navy jumpsuits.

Sexy snow princess look with a faux fur skirt, boots and a cropped hoodie.

Sexy S.W.A.T. costume with a black jumpsuit, a black cap, gloves, stocking, and boots.
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25 of The Best Homeless Signs

If you’re going to beg strangers for money, you’ll need a funny and creative sign to increase your panhandling revenue. Here are some of the funniest and more creative signs out there.


























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Indonesian Teen Survives 49 Days at Sea

An Indonesian teenager spent 49 days at sea by drinking filtered seawater and catching fish in a fishing hut before he was spotted by a Panamanian-flagged vessel.

In July, Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, was working as a lamp keeper, lighting lamps to attract fish to the floating fishing hut moored offshore from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi when the line tethering him snapped in a vicious storm.

Adilang was then set adrift, carried over 1,500 miles by the tides until he was rescued off the coast of the U.S. territory of Guam.

The teen survived by catching fish to eat and drinking seawater that he filtered through his clothing to reduce the amount of salt in it.

He said more than 10 ships passed him by during his time at sea before one saw him and stopped on Aug. 31.

“Aldi said he had been scared and often cried while adrift,” diplomat Fajar Firdaus, who works with the Indonesian consulate in Osaka, told The Jakarta Post.

The crew fed him and gave him water, and the ship’s cook even cut Adilang’s hair.

Adilang has since reunited with his family and is doing well.
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