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The tables are turned as a group of men try on those ridiculous sexy Halloween costumes that come out for women each year. You know, the ones that feature barely-there bikini tops and frilly short skirts?

Guys might like looking at them, but once they give them a try, they have a whole new point of view. From sexy ladybug to sexy firefighter, these guys wear them all and their reactions are absolutely priceless.

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At first glance, this looks like a painting of Predator’s face on a canvas, but take a closer look. It’s actually his face painted on Paul Roustan’s torso with his arms forming the hair. As he breathes in and out it makes the face come to life. He even did a second camouflaged version.

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These incredible designs come from the mind of DeviantArtist No Flutter who has reimagined some of your favorite villains as pirates. We’ve previously featured her work and some of the amazing cosplay it’s inspired. This time it’s Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harely Quinn who’ve been transformed. They all look ready to take the bounty in these very sexy and elaborate pirate interpretations of their usual looks. Someone needs to get a group cosplay going for this one because it would be stunning!

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This incredible female Scorpion from Injustice Gods Among Us features cosplayer Dara Defreitas. She’s got a great costume and props and totally has the killer attitude.

Photography: Vivid Vision

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This Beetlejuice costume is great all on its own, but when you add in the sandworm puppet it’s just amazing. Instructables user Mr. Noack spent most of a year collecting all the parts and started putting them together back in August. It’s not just a costume, but a whole diorama that includes the house, the Maitlands, and the sand worm winding through it all.

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A lot of attention is paid to the costumes that superheroes wear, but their everyday duds are often ignored. The creative team behind Batgirl decided to release images of their inspirations for her wardrobe. There are very real-world versions of the clothes she wears, and if you want to imitate her style, these pictures are a great place to start.

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Downton Abbey is full of elegant costumes, but Rob Cockerham didn’t go for any of the gentlemen’s outfits. He went bigger – he dressed like the actual Downton Abbey. As in the estate. It shouldn’t be a surprise; this was the man who dressed as a Disneyland map last year.

As far as the construction was concerned, he made a miniature of the grand house from foam board. Then he covered it in printed photos of Highclere Castle (the real life version of Downton). I have to say the finished product looks rather grand.

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You’re running out of time to create the perfect Halloween costume, but if you’ve got some spare cereal boxes sitting around and about four hours, then you can make this helmet. Steve Wintercroft came up with this cardboard Stormtrooper helmet along with a few other cool designs. All you need to do to get started is download a pattern from his site for around $9.

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Being associated with winter can’t be fun. Most people I know don’t like the chilly season, and The Winter Soldier probably hears all of their complaints. This cosplayer decided to mix it up and become The Summer Soldier. Who’s ready to party by the pool? This guy.

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You’ll be ready for Halloween with this Kragle costume from The Lego Movie. It all starts with a couple of inexpensive shower curtains that form the bulk of the costume. Then it’s just a matter of tracing out the letters and gluing them to the shower curtain once it’s formed into a tube. Cheap and clever…just like we like it.

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