Kids from the "other side of town" trick or treating in my neighborhood...EDIT EDIT EDIT!!!!
Anyone else have this going on? I noticed last year that there were like 300 trick or treaters...there's only like 50 kids in my neighborhood, when I asked where all the kids came from I was told the "other side of town" if you get my drift. Apparently, we have better candy over here, the only problem is that I ran out too fast, and a lot of my neighbors kids didn't get any from me. Should I have just told the "others" I was out to save for the kids I knew should have been there? Trying to figure out what to do for this year!
LMFAO! And the award goes to Rachael-Dawn for being the first to call troll on this post! In a possible CM first, I am outting myself out as a troll!!! I just wanted to see where you ladies' hearts are, and boy did I get a variety of bigotry, classism, and separatist ideology this is partially the reason why this country is crashing in flames as it is! Never will I make separate bags for certain kids, when it's gone it's gone! Either way, some of you ladies rock!!! Thank you guys for proving my point, we need to do better, that is all!
In case it wasn't clear, I give candy to the masses!!! And I love it!!!
These were some of my favs (you go girls!):
Are you for real? There's no damn law where people can or can't go trick-or-treating. At least that I know of. This country is getting so f------- up now, that maybe there is and I don't know it!
maybe you should ask for proof of address before treating them? then, if they don't live in your subdivision, turn the dogs on them.
Buy more candy, don't be an ass.
So take your kids to tge "other side of town" they probably have candy to spare since all the kids are by your house