Trick or Treat vs. Trick or Trunk

Trick or Treat vs. Trick or Trunk

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Beth

Jefferson City, MO

#1 Oct 16, 2009
I want to know what you all think. Do you support trick or treat door to door or going to a Chruch, School or YMCA for treats.
Be Aware

Waterloo, IL

#2 Oct 16, 2009
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OPINION

Traverse City, MI

#3 Oct 16, 2009
Beth wrote:
I want to know what you all think. Do you support trick or treat door to door or going to a Chruch, School or YMCA for treats.
I don't see anything wrong with either one of them. But what I don't support are the lazy parents who can't walk with their children to trick or treat, but instead follow behind their child in their car. Makes me sick.
Beth

Jefferson City, MO

#4 Oct 16, 2009
I totally agree!! I do not support the walking around drinking either, Can't you spend one night with your child without drinking.
Anyone

Saint Louis, MO

#5 Oct 16, 2009
Beth wrote:
I totally agree!! I do not support the walking around drinking either, Can't you spend one night with your child without drinking.
In Illinois, isn't this tradition?? My husband used to do this, I hated it I could not agree more with you!
Strombolli

Waterloo, IL

#6 Oct 20, 2009
OPINION wrote:
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I don't see anything wrong with either one of them. But what I don't support are the lazy parents who can't walk with their children to trick or treat, but instead follow behind their child in their car. Makes me sick.
This is so true unless you trick or treat on osterhage. There are so many people you cant drive a car so the parents have to get their lazy a$$e$ up and walk. Sorry lazies, If you want your kids to get the regular size candy bars u have to do some walking. Shoot, half of the parents I see are to drunk to drive anyway. Alot of parents use their kid's wagon to pull their coolers around. Im sure this has not changed.
Hue G Rection

Waterloo, IL

#7 Oct 20, 2009
Strombolli wrote:
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This is so true unless you trick or treat on osterhage. There are so many people you cant drive a car so the parents have to get their lazy a$$e$ up and walk. Sorry lazies, If you want your kids to get the regular size candy bars u have to do some walking. Shoot, half of the parents I see are to drunk to drive anyway. Alot of parents use their kid's wagon to pull their coolers around. Im sure this has not changed.
The worst thing is trying to find a spot to pee!! And where to put all of the empties lol!
Disike all the change

Jackson, WY

#8 Oct 20, 2009
If your a conservative and like halloween you go trick or treating, if not you don't go. If your a liberal and don't like trick or treating you want to change the tradition or ban it all together.
Hmm

Waterloo, IL

#9 Oct 20, 2009
Disike all the change wrote:
If your a conservative and like halloween you go trick or treating, if not you don't go. If your a liberal and don't like trick or treating you want to change the tradition or ban it all together.
isn't that supposed to be the other way around?
Strombolli

Waterloo, IL

#10 Oct 20, 2009
Hue G Rection wrote:
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The worst thing is trying to find a spot to pee!! And where to put all of the empties lol!
lol! The empties get crushed and kicked to the curb so the home owners can pick them up. As for peeing bring a cathader. I yelled at 2 adults one year for peeing in my neighbors yard. If it was a different neighbor i wouldnt have said anything. That neighbor use to use the backyard more than his dog.
Dislike all the change

Jackson, WY

#11 Oct 20, 2009
to Hmm,
If a conservative is a non- believer, he doesn't go to church. A liberal non-believer wants any mention of God and religion silenced.(Unless it's a foreign religion, of course)
If a conservative needs health care, he goes shopping for it, or chooses a job that provides it. A liberal demands that we all pay for theirs.
redriverfollow

Philippines

#12 Oct 20, 2009
I never have let my children Trick or Treat.
Too many bullies and dangers involved, so we had a Halloween partiy or went to one instead.
Hmm

Waterloo, IL

#13 Oct 20, 2009
To Dislike all the change
Since you brought religion into the conversation and if what you say: a conservative is a believer and goes to church why would he or she go trick or treating when Halloween is a pagan custom. Maybe they don't practice what they preach a TRUE CONSERVATIVE
Dislike all the change

Jackson, WY

#14 Oct 21, 2009
Hmm wrote:
To Dislike all the change
Since you brought religion into the conversation and if what you say: a conservative is a believer and goes to church why would he or she go trick or treating when Halloween is a pagan custom. Maybe they don't practice what they preach a TRUE CONSERVATIVE
You missed the boat!
Hmm

Waterloo, IL

#15 Oct 21, 2009
Dislike all the change wrote:
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You missed the boat!
Not hardly, you just don't like when shit is thrown back at you do you Jack?
Mr Know it All

United States

#16 Oct 21, 2009
redriverfollow wrote:
I never have let my children Trick or Treat.
Too many bullies and dangers involved, so we had a Halloween partiy or went to one instead.
What?
Dislike all the change

Jackson, WY

#17 Oct 21, 2009
Hmm wrote:
<quoted text>Not hardly, you just don't like when shit is thrown back at you do you Jack?
Like I said you missed the boat, Jack.
HelloKitty

Highland, IL

#18 Oct 22, 2009
Some people only follow their kids in a car because they have an infant that is too young to be out in cool weather, or if there is a chance of rain so there kids don't have to get soaked. As far as drinking or getting drunk, I agree that parents should take a night off for their kids sake!
HelloKitty

Highland, IL

#19 Oct 22, 2009
I meant "their" kids don't have to get soaked.

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#20 Oct 22, 2009
The kids get to walk around and gather and then eat all the candy they can, who cares if the parents have a beer. It's really none of your damn business. Holidays are family affairs, and if I decide to have a beer at a Halloween party or where ever, then I have the right to do so. You people are the ones who give out pencils and soap for Halloween treats. IT DOESN'T AFFECT YOU, SO GET OVER IT!

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