Happy Halloween

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  1. Vihzel

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    If you guys have kids and are trick or treating tonight... be safe!
     

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  2. Bramsy

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  3. this is probably the worst halloween, no parties since all the normal people are working so im stuck handing out candy
     
  4. Thanks, you tooo!
     
  5. XboxOmac

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    You, too.. Although, I don't follow rhe spirit of Halloween anymore ever since I got into high school. :x
     
  6. trackball

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    I have to man the house this year. The little kids make it fun. The big kids make it awkward.
     
  7. Frisco

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  8. Roze

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    lol, I stopped dressing up for Halloween when I turned 13. I thought I was oh so big and mature for those kiddie things, lol. First year at uni and everyone was dressed up...thought it was strange as hell...until I started dressing up too XD
     
  9. Frisco

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    I'm old, but we don't give raisins to trick-or-treaters.

    We sit them all down to a nice big meal of meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, peas with butter, stuffed red peppers, soft-hot muffins with honey, and a nice warm mug of cinnamon apple juice.

    To heck with candy.

    lol, etc...
     
  10. trackball

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    Haha! that comic is pretty accurate except i would add parents trying to teach their toddlers/very young children manners "what do you saaayyyy?" From my perspective as the candy giver this year I noticed the young teens are ALL emo and the middle-age to older teens are all half naked and apparently still trick or treating.
     
  11. byteware

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    I've been noticing for awhile that almost all of the costumes for sale (and worn) by teen girls are almost identical to what you can buy in a lingerie shop. It's actually pretty disturbing.
     

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