I don't want to be the cheapo old witch of the neighborhood, but I also don't want Halloween candy in my house, before, during, or after the little zombies make their rounds. What to do? I am going to get some rolls of quarters and give each little vampire 50 cents--that way if the little hobgobblins want to buy their own candy so they can get fat and rot their teeth, it isn't my doing--they could choose to use it to buy carrot sticks, right?
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Halloween candy is a tradition that can go way out of hand. I do provide candy for the trick oir treaters BUT I always make sure to buy candy that I really don't like. That way it can be in my house the week before Halloween and I am not tempted in the slightest to have any. 431
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