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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Graeme Clark, Oct 6, 2002.
Bags of 55 Reese Peanut butter cups for $6. It just doesn't get any better than that!
I've gone through 3 bags of 55 already from Zellers!! I'm addicted...they're soo cheap!
EDIT: Erm, I should add that my family has helped me eat them!
The worst part of Halloween: being allergic to chocolate.
Wow. Graeme Clark actually started a thread!!!
Well, I'm off to Safeway...
I start threads. They don't usually last all that long though.
Best part of Halloween, dressing as Michael Myers and scaring the living piss out of children!
While eating Peanut Butter Cups.
I think Reeses PB Cup are the best candy ever! Who wants some?
I also enjoy those candy corns when they are high quality, and speaking of treats and seasons: is Pumkin Pie the greatest desert ever invented or what? I could eat a whole one from Costco in a weekend and still crave that stuff.
Wow, looking forward to the Fall with my stomach I guess
"The Best Part Of Halloween" is when P.J. Soles goes topless.
Ah, Kevin, that's good.
Actually, the best part of Halloween is going to the grocery store the night before and buying a bag of apples and a box of razor blades and watching people's faces.
Mr. Bad Taste
PS -- Dja ever try the "Wal*Mart Brand" (Sam's Best or something) peanut butter cups? They're little tiny ones and come in small bags -- and they are so fresh that they make Reeses taste like old dirt.
Oh boy, kids, look at this!
Talk about bringing back memories!
While Googling, I dug up this fond memory of childhood Halloweens. Anybody else have this record album? I recall it well. We used to scare trick-or-treaters by blaring it out the front door.
That web link even allows you to play some of the album through Real Player.
Many happy nightmares!
Anybody play this classic board game in 1969-1970? A set of authentic Barnabas Collins fangs were included with each game.
I'll bet many people do not even realize the fact that these old-time Halloween decorations can still be purchased today. Everybody who loves Halloween should have a set! ........
I'm on a nostalgia kick...and I love All Hallows Eve!
If you guys haven't seen the History Channel doc on Halloween, be sure to check it out. And their Thanksgiving and Christmas ones as well.
I had that album and I still have some of those old fashioned decorations that my mom had as a kid in the 40's.
Where can you buy these things today?
We didn't have "Sammy Terry" in my area but we had guy's & ghouls just like him over the years on Saturday nights after Don Kirshner's Rock Concert and before the Three Stooges....I miss those days.
This great movie arriving on DVD just in time for Halloween is a big plus. .......