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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by BrianW, Oct 30, 2002.
Yep. I love this holiday. Hope everyone has a safe and scary halloween (that's most important).
just another damn day.
Way to kill the spirit Phil, got work?
Don't do that you scared me..
I juat aboot peed my pants
Now stop that
Anyone notice that kids seem to be putting less effort into the ritual of trick or treating. It seems like I get a lot of kids with pillow cases showing up at the door and a 'costume' that consists of basically nothing.
The little ones are very cute dressed up as pirates and and the like, but it seems that the older kids don't put the effort into the gross stuff like I remember.
Oh well, just means more candy for me on 11/1
We make it a point not to be at home for halloween. Going out drinking and dinner tonight, would rather spend money on some dinner and drinks for myself than on candy that I have to give away.
Everyone gets candy (even the slackers without costumes). It's cheap insurance to keep the egg monsters away.:wink:
For the past couple of Halloweens my little sis has followed in my footsteps and just puts a sheet over her head with holes in it. I'm still the king though because my sheet had flowers on it.
No one came by today. First time in years we have candy to give, and nothing!
Ohwell. I doubt they would have liked the Coffee Crisps we had.
I only answered the door four times last night, and nobody came at all after 8:00pm. Where have all the trick-or-treaters gone? I was going to give all the candy--a bowl full of little Snickers, Dum-Dums, and little Hersheys--to anyone who showed up around 9.
Boy I'm glad someone got that silly joke!