You’ve had your fun, Halloween, but bring on the turkey.
For the amount of effort expended, Halloween can be surprisingly unenjoyable. This is what actually happens at Halloween.
You’re not likely to chomp down any razor blades, but that doesn’t mean trick-or-treating won’t kill you.
“You [sic] child is, in my opinion, moderately obese and should not be consuming sugar and treats to the extent of some children this Halloween season.”
Bring out the Halloween horror stories!
Five ingredients + salt. Surprisingly simple.
King sized candy bars or GTFO.
Vegan-friendly recipes and products to satisfy your Halloween sweet tooth.
HAVEN’T YOU PEOPLE EVER HEARD OF REESE’S PEANUT BUTTER CUPS?
No discussion on this. This list is definitive and final. This list goes worst to best.
Everyone’s least favorite Halloween candy has been making us miserable since 1847.
Finding any of this crap mingling with your precious Halloween haul is a total buzzkill.
So this is where Mr. Owl was getting his statistics from. I’d have thought “Satisfaction” would have a higher percentage.
I applaud the 10% of parents who have the willpower not to steal candy from their kids’ trick-or-treat bags. Click here for a pumpkin sized view.
Adulthood rocks. But also sucks.
This is the best kids’ Halloween rap I’ve ever heard. It’s also the only kids’ Halloween rap I’ve ever heard, but that’s beside the point.
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I’m impressed, not only by those dance moves but their ability to weave “99 Luftballons” into the end of the song.
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Sacramento kids developed a hobo-esque code for Halloween, leaving chalk symbols on the sidewalks outside houses to indicate positive or negative candy information. Use these markings to watch out for cheek pinchers and mean dogs. If you’re lucky, you’ll get full-size candy bars or (like the pic included) an OPEN PORCH BOWL.