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364 days of the year, parents tell their kids not to take candy from
strangers, yet on Halloween, its encouraged! Why is that ?

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      3sa wrote Oct 26, 2009
    • I’m confused.




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      UK Girl wrote Oct 26, 2009
    • True honey .......




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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Oct 26, 2009
    • When we were kids we lived in a small town and pretty much knew everyone. I still live here today but the town has grown and everyone doesn’t know each other like it used to be. I find that parents are not bringing the kids to houses if they don’t know who lives there. It is a very good point though!happy




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      Coralee Flug wrote Oct 26, 2009
    • I know I am a huge advocate for little sugar and then let them go crazy for a couple of days




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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Oct 26, 2009
    • This is true, that’s why hopefully the parents are with them and making sure they eat no candy until they have a chance to look over it very good.
      When we were little, some folks would put razor blades in apples and stupid things like that. We could take our candy to the hospital and they would x-ray the candy for us for free.
      I don’t have little ones anymore, I just love seeing the little ones come all dressed up and soooo excited about getting a treat.




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      Marya1961 wrote Oct 26, 2009
    • Halloween still gives me that sense of silliness and fun that we as adults sometimes put on the back burner in favor of responsibility and rules.  For a short time you can let your inner child come out and nobody really cares...as far as candy goes, our son always waited till he got home and everything was checked and tossed, if need be....our son, now 22 has a big Halloween party on Saturday, wish I could go, but they don’t want Mom there I am sure..estatic




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      Anne E wrote Oct 26, 2009
    • Good point.  I make my daughter through away anything that is not firmly wrapped by the candy company or looks suspicious.




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