Are you handing out candy this year?

TheCytochromeC

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I'm debating leaving the front porch light on this year. It'll be my first time setting up stuff for neighborhood kids. I had the rotten idea of giving out twizzlers, smarties and red hots to the kids that have boring costumes :evil:
 

Vaquero

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We're fine with the waist high spooks and usually pretty generous.
When the 6' thugs show up with a 40lb sack, a cool reception ensues.
 

benenglish

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An advantage of living in a small, isolated neighborhood is that I have pretty good idea just how many trick or treaters I'll have and it's not very many. So, yes, I'll be handing out the same 7 oz Hershey bars I always do. If I can get the old-style wrappers with the separate paper and foil layers, I'll slide a crisp, new $2 bill into each one as a surprise. I really love Halloween. ;)
 

iamsamcrawdad

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wife is going to hand out candy and I am taking my daughter and her friends around our apartment complex. its her last year and I get to dress up in my zombie costume I've had for the past 5 years. I love Halloween.
 

Younggun

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Live too far out of town to see any kids looking for candy.

In town they have decided to move Halloween to whichever day they see fit. Pisses me off immensely an if I still live there I would have a sign stating I would be handing out candy on the 31st to kids in costume.
 

TundraWookiee

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Gated community so not much chance of getting many knocks. I joked about keeping a bucket of bolts near the door in case any show up. Hand them a handful and tell them to ask daddy for a tree house.

Sent from Kate Beckinsale's closet.
 
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