Post # 1
…because it’s kept up a steady drizzle since 4:00 when our apartment complex’s trick or treat started. Only one hour left and not a kid in a costume in sight 🙁
I HAVE LIKE 100 PIECES OF CANDY HERE. Boo, indeed.
Post # 3
@pharmy: FI told me last year that he always had a TON of kids. So I worried and bought a TON of candy.
We had 2. All night. -_-
Post # 4
YOU GOTTA STOP…at 11 a pair of sheepish teenagers wearing eyepatches are going to come knocking and you give them the entire bowl with the understanding that this transaction immunizes you, your apartment and your car from their Halloween shenanigans!
Post # 5
Our porch light is burnt out so we don’t even have the option of giving out candy… not that I mind, I’m going to eat it myself 😉
Post # 6
Oh no… we haven’t even had ONE trick or treater… that candy is going to be mine i can feel it … ugh
Post # 7
There are at least 20-30 kids in our apartment complex. The pre-teens play in the courtyard right outside my door whenever the weather is nice, and then there are a bunch of little kids that play on the other courtyard.
This sucks. It’s only drizzling – get an umbrella for goodness sakes! When *we* were kids, we were willing to work for our free candy, haha. There were even a few years that we braved the snow!
Post # 8
That makes two of us.. I cannot stop eating the candy!! I probably put on about 2-3 lbs cuz of it!