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Eight slowest-selling Halloween costumes currently on FlirtySkank.com.

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Eight slowest-selling Halloween costumes currently on FlirtySkank.com:

8. Sexy Donkey Show Assistant

7.
Sexy MSNBC Commentator

6. Sexy Proctologist

5.
Sexy Constitution Party Candidate

4. Sexy Bob Guccione Pallbearer

3.
Sexy Public-Affairs Radio Host

2. Sexy Sister Wife

1. Sexy Minimum-Wage Newspaper Columnist

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