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Old 11-02-2013, 08:29 PM   #31
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I've lived at my current location for 20+ years.

In all that time I've never had a Trick or Treater come to my door.

Yet every year I buy a boatload of full sized candy bars just in case I get one.

Guess I don't want to be caught with my pants down if one shows up

If one ever does show up I'll be able to make there night in one stop. They'll get it all.

Now the problem is. No one showed up again this year. What do I do with all this candy?

I only buy the things I like because I know I'll have to get rid of it somehow.

I don't think my butt can take the overload this year.

Please Help!

As I write this my rear end gets bigger as I chow down on a Snickers bar.
Every Halloween I leave work, go straight to a restaurant, café, coffee shop or bistro, have something for dinner, then go see a movie. Thursday night I saw Escape Plan with Sly and Arnold. It was a pretty good, but not great, movie. Between dinner and the movie I was occupied for close to 4 hours. By the time the movie was over, all those candy grubbing little goblins and gouls were in bed so I could go home.
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Old 11-02-2013, 09:06 PM   #32
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Do you need a meat thermometer?
No, thank you. As long as they stop screaming, I think they are done.

Pass the salt, please?

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