Originally posted on The Sports Bank  |  Last updated 10/18/11

In past years I’ve written about Halloween becoming “Ho’ween.” In late October, I usually write about a kid’s holiday morphing into National Dress Like a Slut Day, and how…well I’m just tired of saying it because no listened to the message in those pieces anyway.

The ridiculousness of every woman buying her Halloween costume from a stripper supply shop (not a joke, but true: Playboy and Frederick’s of Hollywood do the biggest numbers in selling female Halloween costumes.) is going to continue regardless of my opinions on the topic.

Lots of women will freeze their barely covered asses off Saturday night October 29th dressing in a manner that makes the attire of Jenn Sterger and Ines Sainz look conservative by comparison, so this year I’m going a different route, with the help of a NFL blog, NFL cheerleaders.

Everyone becomes more socially conservative in some ways as they age. I guess it just happened earlier for me. Or to take a more cynical view, I guess we can now pinpoint the exact moment I went from idealist to sell out. It’s rare that you can zero in on an existential turning point in your life with such accuracy.

That said check out this link from Mac Brothers Fantasy Football. It has 40 pictures of safe for work NFL cheerleaders in slutty Halloween costumes. And I just gave you two more right here. Enjoy.

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