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Poll From: 11/01/2013

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About how many pieces of candy did you give each trick or treater? Submitted By kcwell, MS
1-2 small pieces.
3-4 small pieces.
Over 4 pieces or one large candy.
I let the kids grab their own.
I gave something other than candy.
I didn't hand candy out.
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on 06/13/14
I give out razor blades and cyanide
on 04/26/14
We don't get any trick-or-treaters..... But one year a little girl came up to our porch at about 11:00. :)
on 11/23/13
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on 11/20/13
on 11/20/13
if you dont hand out candy that is sad on your part
on 11/20/13
no trick or treaters
on 11/19/13
on 11/16/13
on 11/14/13
on 11/12/13
on 11/11/13
on 11/10/13
Don't get rick or treaters anymore. :(
on 11/10/13
oops! meant "Trick or treaters"
on 11/10/13
We don't get treat or treater where we live now, sort of miss that
on 11/10/13
We don't either and I miss it too!
on 11/07/13
King size candy bars :).
on 11/06/13
I give king size candy bars.
on 11/05/13
At Trunk or Treat, we had plenty of fun handing out candy at the church.
on 11/05/13
My daughter went with friends and my mother and I handed out candy at home but only 14 kids showed and all kids we know and we live in a town of over 11,000 ppl. and a suggestion to the college student that they started doing here is a trick or treat night at the dorms and the kids got room to room and floor to floor collecting treats, going through mini haunted houses and playing games and enjoying refreshments but i'm by no means judging anyone for giving or not giving candy just sharing an idea that works here.
on 11/05/13
Footnote: we did a combination of candy and other things too, like Halloween drinking cups and pencils.
on 11/05/13
on 11/04/13
sara207203 liked this  
1-2 People who leave the bowls outside and let kids grab their own are crazy, cause 1 kid and your pretty much finished XD.
on 11/03/13
on 11/03/13
StephanieJoy81 liked this  
I gave some candy to my friends. Didn't have much but I don't really eat much candy on Halloween. I'm actually not so surprised that people didn't hand out much candy this year.
on 11/03/13
on 11/03/13
I left candy and a note out so we could take our boys.
on 11/03/13
xJamerzx liked this  
C'mon people give candy!
on 11/03/13
boo the people that didn't give out candy to little spirted kids
on 11/02/13
topdog6989 liked this  
talk about an lol moment
on 11/02/13
topdog6989 liked this  
came from Mexico they celebrate their dead. they dress up and visit their dead come to us and became Halloween. before you judge other culture learn and respect. peace
on 11/02/13
thise poll sux
on 11/02/13
on 11/02/13
on 11/02/13
4 or 5
on 11/02/13
so little
on 11/02/13
on 11/02/13
Bad weather kept the trick or treaters at a minimum!
on 11/02/13
This is the 1st year I have not seen any trick or treaters!
on 11/02/13
I feel goooddd
on 11/01/13
Teetard and 5 others liked this  
I straight up just sat at home and watched Netflix. I occasionally forgot it was Halloween. I don't celebrate it (christian) , in fact I had stopped going trick-or-treating at 2nd grade. Ever since then, October 31st is just another usual day in my life.
on 11/01/13
TheStampLady and 1 others liked this  
ONE ritual they celebrate in mid April, but it really doesn't have an actual name. It is the Anniversary of Jesus' Death, and Witnesses celebrate it because they say that they are told to do so in the Bible. The Witnesses claim they don't celebrate holidays because they are all of pagan origin. My response to that has ALWAYS been the same..."Of course, most holidays have pagan beginnings! The human race itself evolved from primitive, savages. It is only natural that their beliefs would be pagan in nature. Moses own BROTHER, Aaron, agreed to fashion a Calf from the gold brought to him by the Israelites...the SAME Israelites whom Moses helped to free from slavery in Egypt! While Moses was on Sinai receiving God's commandments, the Israelites grew tired of waiting for Moses' return. and bored.
on 11/01/13
xJamerzx and 2 others liked this  
The word Halloween or Hallowe'en dates back to about 1745, and is of CHRISTIAN origin! In fact, the word "Halloween" means "HALLOWED EVENING" or "HOLY EVENING".It comes from a Scottish term for All Hallows' Eve (the evening before All Hallows' Day). In Scots, the word "eve" is "even", and this is contracted to e'en or een. Over time, (All) Hallow(s) E(v)en evolved into Halloween. Although the phrase "All Hallows'" is found in The Old English Mass, Ealra H?lgena Mæssedæg, or, Mass-day Of All Saints), "All Hallows' Eve" is itself did not become popular until around 1556. So, you see, if you are sitting around in a darkened house, pretending to not be at home, and citing your Christian beliefs as the reason for denying the neighborhood kids a bit of fun, then you are sadly mistaken. A number of years ago, I studied with a congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses (The Witnesses do not recognize ANY holida
on 11/01/13
sara207203 and 2 others liked this  
im a christian and i celebrate it.
on 11/01/13
LaurelJoy and 1 others liked this  
Being a Christian in no excuse for not taking part in the Halloween fun. Too many Christians use their faith as an excuse for being a cheapskate. Halloween has NOTHING to do with demons, or magic, witchcraft or Satanism. In fact, it is actually a CHRISTIAN celebration! It's a yearly festival observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows' Day. It initiates the triduum of Hallowmas, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed believers. All Hallows' Eve is a Christianized feast initially influenced by Celtic harvest festivals. Academics will tell you that it originated independently of Pagan beliefs, and has solely CHRISTIAN roots!
on 11/01/13
Rainbowdrymouth3 liked this  
Halloween started at a Christian holiday to ward off evil spirits.
on 11/01/13
TheStampLady and 2 others liked this  
My history teacher said it was a Pagan holiday that the Christians adopted to get people to convert more easily. I think.
on 11/02/13
If you look into just about ANY Christian Holiday, it started out Pagan.


To all Christians: keep some of that real history in mind the next time you're singing Christmas carols and eating a gingerbread man while imploring people to "remember the true meaning of Christmas"
on 11/02/13
The weather was too stormy here for us to get any trick or treaters :( Normally I'd say 3-4 pieces probably.
on 11/01/13
normally I do what I ehant
on 11/01/13
Normally at my house we give out a big hand full worth. I'm just going to guess that's over 6 pieces but hey Halloween is festive
on 11/01/13
I would be ashamed to admit that I only hand out 1 or 2 small pieces. It's not like there are going to be that many people. You should be generous, it is only once a year, I mean come on.
on 11/01/13
I would have tended to agree that there wouldn't be that many, until I talked to two different friends in two different counties. One got 86 trick or treaters and the other one had over 150. (I think she said they had close to 186). On the other hand I only had around 20! lol And live in the same county as the friend who had 86. Never know how many will show up.
on 11/01/13
I had candy just in case, but I live in an apartment complex, no one trick-or-treats
on 11/01/13
i go trick and treating don't hand it out
on 11/01/13
punk309 and 1 others liked this  
We did not get any Trick or Treaters but we were ready for them. I live on the west side all we get are gun shots LOL!!!
on 11/01/13
Wow. That sounds like my house.
on 11/01/13
mmmthasgood and 1 others liked this  
I ate it all.
on 11/01/13
i sjop at winn dixie and they do not have it on here for the groceries
on 11/01/13
we didn,t get any trick
on 11/01/13
To all the people who take their kids out for candy and do not give any out shouldn't take their kids out. It is a cheap excuse to take candy and not give any back. Any normal person I know who takes their kids out gives their portion to the neighbour to give out for them!
on 11/01/13
freebiesjunkie and 4 others liked this  
What if their neighbors have kids themselves? Or the neighbors don't celebrate Halloween? Or everyone lives in an apartment building that doesn't allow trick or treating?
on 11/01/13
pbjplzmom and 3 others liked this  
what about single parents. Kids are too anxious to sit and wait around. My dad used to take me and my mom would hand the candy out but then when we got back to my house my dad would make me empty out half my bag for himself.
on 11/01/13
freebiesjunkie and 5 others liked this  
dude how are they going give out candy and trick or treat with their kids? ITS NOT POSSIBLE! (at the same time)
on 11/01/13
Jangel15 and 8 others liked this  
Good grief. It's CANDY.
on 11/01/13
lmao!......RiGHT...just empty your damn junk drawers and let them fight over that crap!
on 11/01/13
pbjplzmom and 6 others liked this  
I gave out candy for years before I had kids and once they are old enough to go by themselves or not go at all I'll be doing it again. It all balances out in the end!

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