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This Woman Did A Boudoir Shoot In A T. Rex Costume, And It'll Brighten Your Day

Tiny arms = a whole lot of sexy.

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Boudoir shoots can be geeky or sexy...

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...but the best ones are a little bit of both. Behold this one, which really captures the alluring mystique of the Tyrannosaurus rex.

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Nicole Stein wanted to ~spice up~ the boudoir photos she planned to give her fiancé Chris before their July 1 wedding, so she slipped into something a little more comfortable during the shoot.

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Photographer Kissy of Josh & Kissy Photography did Stein a solid and brought along a T. rex costume to the shoot, and boy, was it a good idea.

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Oh my...

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Stein, who's 5'3", told BuzzFeed that posing in the seven-foot-tall costume was tricky, especially because "it was a million degrees inside," but the hardest part was holding back her laughter.

"We were laughing so hard, we had to break quite a few times," she said.
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"We were laughing so hard, we had to break quite a few times," she said.

But honestly, there's nothing funny about this much prehistoric sexiness.

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It's hotter than the Chicxulub asteroid.

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Luckily, Stein's husband was appreciative of her Theropod antics.

"My husband laughed for quite a bit," she said. "I had made him a photo book with some real boudoir photos. I'm not sure he was overly shocked by the ridiculousness of it all."
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"My husband laughed for quite a bit," she said. "I had made him a photo book with some real boudoir photos. I'm not sure he was overly shocked by the ridiculousness of it all."

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