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15 Scariest Tux Icons for Halloween

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Since it's Halloween, let me give you a treat by sharing to you all some of the scariest tux icons in existence. Before going on, let me warn those with a weak heart that what you are about to see could be dangerous to your health. I'm just kidding of course Smile Some of these tux icons may even look more funny than horrifying, but at least they tried to be spooky. So without any more delay, here they are:

1. Count DraTux By tarazan

2. Joker Tux By hmeneses

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