There are sexy-but-still-appropriate-for-the-public Dorothy costumes, and then there's this one.
We all saw the scene from A Christmas Story, and it was just as bad then.
No way does this have the slightest chance of winning best costume.
But this costume has so much potential, and this just doesn't cut it.
At least the bullet garter gets an A for effort.
Our little brothers would have liked this costume — 20 years ago.
All that green just looks like slime.
Rigby the raccoon cartoon would either be so proud or so ashamed.
So, people over the age of 10 know what minions are?
Christmas needs to stay in December — this is just too soon.
Who wakes up and thinks that they want to be a grape for Halloween?
Cardinal rule: candy should be eaten on Halloween, not worn.
At least you won't lose your friends with that light-up helmet.
And this is cute how?
If there's one thing that's off-limits in the sexy department, it's the happiest place on earth.
Big bird, big mistake.
Doesn't this count as blasphemy or something?
We've seen plenty of sexy Wonder Woman costumes before, but this anime version takes the cake.
The only time someone should be wearing an Annie costume is when they're starring in the fifth-grade play.
Right, because nothing is sexier than a nun in her habit.
The husk-behind-the-ear detail is the icing on the cake.
Dragons kind of lose their fear factor when there's a bustier involved.
What starts as a gaming app . . . ends as a sexy Halloween costume.
The only person who can pull this off is Samantha from Sex and the City — but even her attempt (with real sushi) didn't work out.
This watermelon costume brings a whole new meaning to the cutout trend.
The strategically-placed shower knobs really add to the effect.
Maybe it's just us, but we don't think sea turtles are known for their sex appeal.
Craving a burger? Why not just dress as one instead?
We're not sure Nemo would approve.
This is so wrong. Just — no.
So this is supposed to be sexy?
Sexy farm animals are an . . . interesting choice.
The garter belt really adds to the costume.
Cupcakes are tasty, but sexy? Really?
This isn't exactly the magical creature we'd imagined.
A good rule of thumb: Steer clear of sexy PBS characters.
Nothing like sexing up a kids' cereal cartoon.
If the character comes from a nursery rhyme, it's probably not supposed to be sexy.
Again, anything that could be misconstrued as racist should stay in the store.
See previous slide.
Sexing up nostalgic toys just isn't cool.
This just looks like a kids costume that you grew out of — and for a reason.
We're confused, is this supposed to be a royal British guard? Or nutcracker? Either way, not a good idea.
Leave these to the real furries.
We'd like our costumes with a side of racism, thanks.
The Smurfette character is meant for little girls — not adult guys with blue fetishes.
There's something creepy about dressing as a prepubescent boy, even if he's all grown up now.