So it’s 6PM and I’m sitting outside with a plastic pumpkin full of cheap candy. The street lights are on, but it isn’t dark yet. I’d rather spend this time working towards 100% completion on Skylanders: Swap Force, but it is All Hallow’s Eve. I rather enjoy giving candy to the younger children. Their costumes usually make me smile. Who I do have issues with are the young adults who seem to take it too far. You know who I’m talking about: no costume or trick-or-treating from their cars. These people are perfectly capable of going to the store and simply purchasing a bag of candy. I usually give these people a single piece of candy. The little ones get a handful. What are your thoughts on the trick-or-treaters in your area?
November 1, 2013
All Hallow’s Eve
By Mark Gardner
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Mark Gardner lives in northern Arizona with his wife, three children and a pair of spoiled dogs. Mark holds a degrees in Computer Systems and Applications and Applied Human Behavior. View all posts by Mark Gardner
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