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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-31-2011, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween everyone

So, who has legitimate concerns over egging/teepee-ing/pumpkin smashing tonight?

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I asked a couple people at work that have little kids if they were going out and causing problems tonight (jokingly)
To my surprise some of the people of Latino background looked at me like I was Satan, they said they don't celebrate Halloween, it is a devils holiday. Damn religious fanatics take the fun out of a cool holiday.

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I'm more concerned with the fact that the scheduled hours in a lot of places are between 4 and 7. Perfect time for a bunch of little idiots to be out on the street when I'm trying to commute home.


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Damn socialist holiday! Why do I have to give away my candy, buy your own damn kids candy!

Wait, I live on in an apartment. Any kids come to my door, all they are getting is a shot of random booze I don't want

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These mandated trick or treat hours would not have sat well with me 20 years ago

We used to map out our routes, make pit stops to drop candy off. Serious business!

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These mandated trick or treat hours would not have sat well with me 20 years ago

We used to map out our routes, make pit stops to drop candy off. Serious business!
And change costumes to hit the houses that gave out full/king size candy bars multiple times

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Wait, I live on in an apartment. Any kids come to my door, all they are getting is a shot of random booze I don't want
At least in this system you can choose to give your candy away or not.

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These mandated trick or treat hours would not have sat well with me 20 years ago

We used to map out our routes, make pit stops to drop candy off. Serious business!
And why the hell is it so early??? How do you trick people when it is still light out?

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Any avid trick or treater knows you don't head out until 5. Most people aren't home at 4!? I would have laughed and laughed at a 7pm curfew.

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These mandated trick or treat hours would not have sat well with me 20 years ago

We used to map out our routes, make pit stops to drop candy off. Serious business!
No shit, did not get home until 10pm when I was small. How scary is trick or treating when it is still daylight out. Damn crazy people and over protective parents have taken all the fun out of the day.

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this post is just another excuse to post this one again!! (Very offensive/NWS)

I especially like the part when they go trick or treating.

Happy Halloween!

Look, I can appreciate this. I was young too, I felt just like you. Hated authority, hated all my bosses, thought they were full of shit. Look, it's like they say, if you're not a rebel by the age of 20, you got no heart, but if you haven't turned establishment by 30, you've got no brains. Because there are no story-book romances, no fairy-tale endings. So before you run out and change the world, ask yourself, "What do you really want?"
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Ha - We just waited for punks like you to do all he work, then we ganked that shit

Trick or Treating is for pansies - Snatchin bags is where its at....

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That shit might fly in CA, but here in Chicagoland you'd have a Compton style beat-down coming your way

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I actually had some younger kids jump out of bushes one year and try to take my candy. A home made trick or treat bag with a drawstring that is full of candy can make for a formidable weapon. LOL

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Ha - We just waited for punks like you to do all he work, then we ganked that shit

Trick or Treating is for pansies - Snatchin bags is where its at....
1. Always have the bag wrapped around the wrist to prevent easy snatching.
2. Have much bigger older brother with friends a few houses away for back up.

Yeah, I was/still am a nerd, but the advantage of being a nerd was being smart. It was fun watching kids get beat down with a pillow case full of candy

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HA - I was WITH my older Bros - Had all the back up I needed

"Gimmie The Bag and I will tell them not to punch you in your face"

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HA - I was WITH my older Bros - Had all the back up I needed

"Gimmie The Bag and I will tell them not to punch you in your face"

Like a charm.....
Would have been good times running into each other then

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Happy Halloween everyone

So, who has legitimate concerns over egging/teepee-ing/pumpkin smashing tonight?
Bump...my block is pretty dead as the trick or treaters go a few blocks over where the houses are bigger. I'd love to tell some of the teenagers that stop by with no costume to fuck off, but I dont feel like cleaning egg and tp of my house.

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enjoyed getting all the different candies that you don't normally see. And enjoyed seeing the neighborhood people each year. Remember an old guy that always asked for us to show him a trick. Few people gave change.

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I asked a couple people at work that have little kids if they were going out and causing problems tonight (jokingly)
To my surprise some of the people of Latino background looked at me like I was Satan, they said they don't celebrate Halloween, it is a devils holiday. Damn religious fanatics take the fun out of a cool holiday.

TDS calls BS.


TDS remember last year when like 20 of them came in one family. I asked for green card, they said "speak no English" and said "but please, give me candy gringo"
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TDS calls BS.


TDS remember last year when like 20 of them came in one family. I asked for green card, they said "speak no English" and said "but please, give me candy gringo"
Thats racist

Seriously though, theres a 7pm curfew? I remember we didn't head out until the sun set

Plus, people will recognize your face if you're throwing eggs when the suns still out
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A couple of kids just came to my door without any costumes and their pillowcases. smh.
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Thats racist
I agree, mexicans calling us Gringo, is very racist.
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HA - I was WITH my older Bros - Had all the back up I needed

"Gimmie The Bag and I will tell them not to punch you in your face"

Like a charm.....
When I was 8 or so I had a Glock 40 like Ludacris for people like you. LOL

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A couple of kids just came to my door without any costumes and their pillowcases. smh.
Saw some kids like that here, but they were wearing the pillow cases. We have the Klan here.

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We got a crapload of kids today...ran out of the full size bars in like 15 mins

...have to watch the "take a bunch" comments. Some of these kids made bank at the Cerk household tonight!

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