Oops. Thought there would be more than one page. Still. Sexy Ernie?
Sexy Librarian represent: http://www.examiner.com/images/blog/wysiwyg/image/lib.jpg
Sexy Walter White? http://breakingbadamc.tumblr.com/post/34712459414/sexy-walter-white-ladies-and-gents
And then, of course, there's stupid sexy Flanders: http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2012/10/the-greatest-sexy-halloween-costume-ever/
The lack of "Sexy Lawyer" says something about our profession, doesn't it?
Oh but sir:Sexy Defense Attorney: http://www.buycostumes.com/Sexy-Defense-Attorney-Adult-Costume/31081/ProductDetail.aspxSexy Lawyer Attorney: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sexy-Lolla-Lawyer-Attorney-Legal-Halloween-Costume-Med-NEW-Seven-til-Midnight-/310397717216 (Note the "Scale of Justice" motif on the collar, cuffs, and knickers.)Sexy Prosecutor: (pictured with Sexy Defense Attorney): http://abovethelaw.com/_old/sexy%20prosecutor%20public%20defender%20costumes.jpgI rest my case.
Those are all pretty much office workers outfits, aren't they?
Next year, I go as Sexy Apathy.
A few weeks ago I was going to do a post about not-sexy costumes, like "Not Sexy Kitten" (cat costume) or "Not Necessarily Sexy Nurse" (scrubs) or "Not Necessarily Sexy Maid" (institutional housekeeper uniform), with links to the costumes. But then I got lazy.
I'm pretty sure I just left a post, but I guess Disqus doesn't recognize me any more.
Not sexy librarian: Outdated sleevless maxi dress over turtleneck with Disney character embroidered on it, "cute" but sensible shoes, reading glasses on a chain, hair that hasn't seen a stylist in a decade. And no makeup at all. And a canvas totebag with at least one of the following on it: 1. name of professional association, 2. name of publisher, 3. name of database vendor.
As a non-lawyer, I have to ask: What makes one a prosecutor and one a defense attorney?
As a non-lawyer myself, I'd like to know the answer. Learned members of the bar, care to weigh in?