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Thread: Who was your first trick-or-treater?

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    Mine was a 2-yr-old Snow White. She forgot to say trick-or-treat and wanted to come in and pet my kitties. :)

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    None so far and super sad, I have a huge bowl of tootsie pops and bubbles.

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    how cute, we didn't have any live in the country

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    Mario and a princess.

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    None so far... lots of mini tootsie rolls and dumdum pops...

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    we live way out in the country. We never get trick or treaters.. ever..

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    My one and only trick or treater was a jack-o-lantern.

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    I couldn't tell what the first kid was, but every kid that came was adorable and polite. And no tall teens this year. They'll probably egg or TP my house later. LOL! I almost gave out razors to some last year. If you have facial hair, you might want to give up trick or treating! The littles are so cute though. You just want to eat them up. And my dog wanted to literally eat them up!

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    None yet.....but still expecting our 2 grandson's that live next door....which is about an acre away. Use to live in town and got hundreds of little gobblins. I really miss that. Boo hoo!

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    16 year old taking his 7 year old brother out trick or treating. Both are nice kids, they live down the street.

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    Ours was a hay wagon load of 40 tweens. We turned off the light at 7:30 after 300 candies had been handed out. All were cute as could be, and polite. Lots of parents along, most friends of ours. Our DS and DDIL came over to hand out goodies. They love kids, but live in a subdivision with none. In the older part of our subdivision, there are 400 to 500 kids coming by. We're the first group of houses in the city, and all the county kids come here. We have to have police to direct traffic on the other side.

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    We live in the country, so we didn't have any.

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    I live in town, but the kids don't trick or treat. There are many town activities on main street for them. They did these things last night.

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    We don't have sidewalks here so everyone goes where it is safer walking with the little ones .

    Hunny took Ruthie to the side walk area too.She is only three so she didn't need too much.

    Also She went trick or treating at a campground last month and had a great time. She had never been trickortreat before so just the event was wonderful for Her . I think She would have loved it just going around saying hello to people in Her costume . Forget the candy . LOL

    BTW No kids come to our house

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    None here. Anyone for Reese's PB Cups of Kit Kats

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    I had a group of 10 all small so cute. A little superman about 3yrs old with flaming red hair! soooooo cute. We didn't have as much as you Navy Wife!!!! But I turned the lights out at about 7:30 when I ran out of goodies. I don't really think the kids liked my treats though, I gave out little bags of pretzels They always get way too much candy from everyone else. I was trying to be good to the parents. but the kids just went Oh Pretzels? lol

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    A little princess 3yrs old she was so very beautiful....We only had 2 all together...Got plenty suckers left with cute little pumpkin faces on them...Our trick or treaters came last evening Saturday :)

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    Ours was held on Thurs night. Our first was a cheerleader and a football player. We had more kids than ever this year. Many were driven in from other areas. A lot of cars dropping kids off and large groups of kids. Some areas had Halloween tonight.

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    Speaking of Reese's

    My Hunny bought 2 bags of candy, one of them the pb cups...and He knows we don't get kids at our door.

    Hummmmm...What do You think that's all about...???

    LOL

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    I suspect that most of the kids came by last night, or would have if I was home.

    Nobody came home tonight. Now what will I do with these Smartie candies???

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    We've had several trick-or-treaters here. I don't remember what the first one was. But, several of the littlest trick-or-treaters have asked if they could take Penny trick or treating! (my chihuahua-she is wearing a pumpkin costume)

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    A little butterfly came by our ... truck! At our church we had "Trunk for Treats" as we lined our cars/trucks with the backs to the sidewalk to pass out treats. Had hot dogs in the fellowship hall and kids played on the lawn outside. Great fun for all - got to visit with our church family members and hand out treats. The friend and I who worked together had pencils and a Hidden Picture paper to hand out. The rest of the vehicles had candy. (Do your pretzels seem better than that?) :)

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    I think our first one was a monk, not sure but he had on a brown robe with a big cross. LOL, dont think i have ever seen a monk trick or treater. :)

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    Our little DGD was the first. She went outside and knocked on the door and Papaw filled up her little bucket. LOL!

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    Our first were a darling pumpkin and a monkey...our grandkids! Our adult kids and MIL came for a quick supper of soup and pumpkin pie just before trick or treat started. We had 338 kids in just under two hours and turned out the light when we ran out of candy. I thought I bought enough to last the entire 3 hours, but there were more than ever this year. Kids in town love our neighborhood of older homes and mature trees and flock here.

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