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ASU Partier Goes Naked for Halloween (NSFW)

Well it appears that in the battle of sexiest state colleges, ASU is not going down without a fight.

While other college girls spent their Halloween parading around as sexy nurses, sexy superheroes, and, yes, even sexy food, one highly tweeted Sun Devil is getting the Internet celebrity treatment for going as a sexy, well, nothing.

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A picture of an unidentified blonde woman at an ASU Halloween party over the weekend was posted to the ASU Confessions Twitter. While the shot was taken from behind, her naked backside gave us a clear understanding of what her "costume" really was: her birthday suit.

She has since been nicknamed "naked bitch" and has apparently developed a following.

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Just yesterday, another photo of a "naked bitch" was posted to ASU Confessions. This time, it was a woman with brown hair, meaning that either a new trend is being exposed on the ASU campus or we've got ourselves a bare-assed master of disguise.

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