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FearCon, "Sexy" Halloween Costumes, and Arizona State Fair Shenanigans Over the Weekend

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Phoenix FearCon 2012 in Scottsdale, 10/13/12 Valley horror fan enthusiasts were treated to a freakish day of fun at FearCon on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 at UltraStar Cinemas in Scottsdale.

See Also: - Yandy, Creators of the "Sexy" Sesame Street and Hamburger Costumes Explain Why You Should Be a Sexy (Whatever) for Halloween - Eating the Arizona State Fair: Red Velvet Funnel Cake, Gigantic Ribs, Pineapple Lemonade -- and the Hunt for the Cap'n Crunch Hamburger - Food of the Arizona State Fair

Opening Day at the Arizona State Fair Visitors enjoy opening day at the Arizona State Fair with rides, prizes and plenty of deep fried foods. The Arizona State Fair runs from October 12th to November 4th.

The Sexiest (and Most Ridiculous) Halloween Costumes of 2012 The employees of Yandy know all too well that sexy is the Halloween trend of the decade. This year's big sellers: the Sexy Fox, the Sexy Watermelon, the Sexy Hamburger, and new arrivals, "sexy" Bert, Ernie, and Big Bird costumes. Seriously.

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