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Halloween Costumes Getting Less Scary, More Sexy

Halloween Costumes Getting Less Scary, More Sexy

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Have Halloween costumes become too skimpy?

Skimpy costumes are the fad these days, says Amy Dickinson, author of the syndicated advice column "Ask Amy."

Callers weigh in on appropriate costumes for kids and teens, and the debate over "healthy" trick-or-treating: are you giving out real apples or candy apples this year?

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Amy Dickinson, syndicated 'Ask Amy' columnist for The Chicago Tribune