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Halloween Etiquette

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Halloween is coming up and we have a few things we need cleared up! Has anyone ever actually found a razor blade in an apple? How old is too old to Trick-or-Treat? Do you take your kids to hot zip codes for better candy? What age should you let your kid trick or treat without an adult? What is more fun....staying home to hand out candy or going out with the kids trick or treating? Do you drink with your kids trick or treating? Do you deny older kids candy? Do you hate it when kids are bussed-in from other neighborhoods to trick or treat in your hood? Do you think your candy should only go to the kids in your hood? Remember when you were allowed to trick or treat one neighborhood over for the first time? Did you vandalize on Halloween? We’re talking Halloween Etiquette.

Slacker is not a believer in the urban legend about the razor blade in the apple or in candy. It is all a conspiracy so that the parents can eat some of the kid’s candy. Slacker thinks there is an age that you should stop trick or treating “get a job and go buy your own candy!”

Steve was confused why he kept getting parents at his door with an empty cup in hand. Do they expect me to fill their cup up with booze? Steve gave out king sized candy bars last year.

What do you think about displaying Halloween Etiquette?

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10/25/2013 5:01PM
Halloween Etiquette
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10/25/2013 8:46PM
What age is too old for trick or treating
I use to live in Golden & would occasionally get students from the school of mines trick or treating at my door. It never bothered me, I loved it cause they were very creative in their costumes. It was entertaining for me. So that is a tuff question.
10/27/2013 7:00PM
Legally a child means go ahead and trick or treat
18 is too old to trick or treat, but you have to have an actual costume if you are older than 5. If you are legally a child and not too grown up to enjoy it then go ahead.
10/27/2013 7:01PM
Legally a child means go ahead and trick or treat
Eighteen is too old to trick or treat, but you have to have an actual costume if you are older than 5. If you are legally a child and not too grown up to enjoy it then go ahead.
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