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wildest thing in your kids trick or treat bag

A trick or treat pamphlet published by Good News Publishers.

A quote taken from the inside...."Candy is a fun treat, but did you ever notice that it doesn't last very long? Did you know that there is a treat that last forever? It's a special treat that God gave us, just becasue He loves us so much. The Bible tells us (insert John 3:16 here)."

The house did give full size candy bars with it.
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Our kids did not go out this year. My 3 1/2 year old is so shy he turns when people look at him and my 1 1/2 year old just isn't quite ready.

However, we had our usual crowd of oddballs. Kids who dress up as teenagers. Huge packs of kids that were dropped off in our neighborhood. Parents driving up and down the street to "escort" their kids. My favorite costume was the fat kid wearing an orange poncho. I don't think he intended to be considered a pumpkin, but that is what he looked like.

I have to add this. It is 9:55 PM, trick-or-treat ended at 8:00 PM and two idiot teenagers just showed up ringing our doorbell. Unbelievable!
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Yea, what is up with parents driving the car while thier kid walks from house to house?!?!?

you lazy sons o' bitches... get your big fat a$$es out of the car and hoof it. Maybe that will help you lose some of that weight that you are going to inevitably add to your already huge girth, after you eat half your kids candy!

What a lazy ass society we are. wow.
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We got our share of religious and political inserts.
Someone actually took the time to turn a sucker into a spider using pipe cleaners. I though it was pretty creative and based on the amount that they had to make, required a lot of work.
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I'm not sure, I was the distributor at our housed, and my wife took the kids around. I will ask her. I am starting to believe that his wife is some kind of saint or something, so I guess it was something good. We had ours last night so since the Bucks won on Saturday I am sure he was in an O.K. place.
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one exceptionally generous house tossed in what appeared to be a normal baggie of goodies... when we got home and opened it... it had three foil wrapped very expensive chocolates (the kind I see at the stores for $1 - $1.50 for three), a full sized Peppermint Patty, a half dozen Hershey Kisses, 3 medium sized Reese cups (not quite the full size) and a number of other goodies... had to be $2.50+ per bag !!!

Most displeasing event..
background: I was escorting a gang of 7 boys.. and our houses are very far apart... story: one fellow gets into this way too much.. and after handing the kids their candy (in silence and in mask), reaches back into the house, grabs a large chain saw (very real).. pulls the cord.. and revs it at the highest level.. while 'staggering' down to the steps toward the kids just leaving... surprised I didn't have 7 shitted pants... the kids were petrified... it was over the top intense... way too dangerous...
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Dunno what the kids got... but I think most of the Parent's were getting a little freaked out by the fact that I jst repainted the garage and was getting rid of the 'leftovers'

Well- you need to recruit for the future.

Though I did see the neighborheed chubby kid looking a little run down Saturday with some dark circles around his eyes.
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