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  1. #1
    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Who needs Halloween?

    I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict myself
    from eating it.

    But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a holiday for
    everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken over a
    perfectly good holiday.

    So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When someone
    comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused and I
    tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no reason I
    should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as soon as
    they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh, but most
    will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've bought for
    the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out what
    I've collected.

    Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't understand, but
    then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?

    So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other reason
    than that it is quite funny

  2. #2
    Pico Rico Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?


    "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    >myself
    > from eating it.
    >
    > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    > holiday for
    > everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    > over a
    > perfectly good holiday.
    >
    > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    > someone
    > comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused
    > and I
    > tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no reason
    > I
    > should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    > soon as
    > they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh,
    > but most
    > will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    > bought for
    > the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out
    > what
    > I've collected.
    >
    > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    > understand, but
    > then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >
    > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    > reason
    > than that it is quite funny


    sounds like way too much effort. I just hide with all the lights out. Like
    every other night.



  3. #3
    atec77 Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    On 13/10/2011 4:05 PM, Pico Rico wrote:
    > "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    >> myself
    >> from eating it.
    >>
    >> But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    >> holiday for
    >> everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    >> over a
    >> perfectly good holiday.
    >>
    >> So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    >> someone
    >> comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused
    >> and I
    >> tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no reason
    >> should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    >> soon as
    >> they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh,
    >> but most
    >> will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    >> bought for
    >> the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out
    >> what
    >> I've collected.
    >>
    >> Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    >> understand, but
    >> then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >>
    >> So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    >> reason
    >> than that it is quite funny

    >
    > sounds like way too much effort. I just hide with all the lights out. Like
    > every other night.
    >
    >

    We close the gates and let the rotty's loose
    just as per normal with the tv up loud so we don't hear the children
    screaming

    --
    X-No-Archive: Yes


  4. #4
    Nad Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    atec77 <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On 13/10/2011 4:05 PM, Pico Rico wrote:
    >> "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]..
    >>> I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    >>> myself
    >>> from eating it.
    >>>
    >>> But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    >>> holiday for
    >>> everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    >>> over a
    >>> perfectly good holiday.
    >>>
    >>> So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    >>> someone
    >>> comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused
    >>> and I
    >>> tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no reason
    >>> should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    >>> soon as
    >>> they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh,
    >>> but most
    >>> will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    >>> bought for
    >>> the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out
    >>> what
    >>> I've collected.
    >>>
    >>> Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    >>> understand, but
    >>> then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >>>
    >>> So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    >>> reason
    >>> than that it is quite funny

    >>
    >> sounds like way too much effort. I just hide with all the lights out. Like
    >> every other night.
    >>
    >>

    > We close the gates and let the rotty's loose
    > just as per normal with the tv up loud so we don't hear the children screaming


    I love Halloween. It is my favorite Holliday! It is the costume dance
    parties that are the most enjoyable. The humorous Halloween music that is
    played only once a year. The hay rides, the apple cider and donuts, the
    corn mazes, the haunted houses are fun and enjoyable!

    Each kid that does show up at my door gets a small bag that contains: a
    full size snickers candy bar, a standard size bag of Frito corn chips, a
    trail mix candy bar and a regular size sucker. I figure that if the kids
    Parents are going to drive down three miles of dirt roads to get here, I
    will at least make it somewhat worthwhile. I get around fifteen kids each
    year. Also since I have a large garden with on average thirty pumpkins,
    each kid can have one, first come first serve, some I have already carved.

    One note: those costumes that have tails, it really does make ballroom
    dancing a unique experience . But I will also say it is also difficult to
    dance with a cape.

    --
    Enjoy Life... Nad

  5. #5
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    Nad wrote:

    > The humorous Halloween music that is played only once a year.


    Here are some of my favorites:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baHTs9i76Wg
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAkPhiyORAc
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pms6oA-3ghg

    Bob




  6. #6
    Nad Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    "Bob Terwilliger" <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz> wrote:
    > Nad wrote:
    >
    >> The humorous Halloween music that is played only once a year.

    >
    > Here are some of my favorites:
    >
    > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baHTs9i76Wg
    > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAkPhiyORAc
    > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pms6oA-3ghg
    >
    > Bob


    I like that music!

    Try Internet radio stations, they are several music stations that play
    Halloween music during the holiday 24/7. I use an App called "TuneIn Radio"
    and search for Halloween. With the house Wifi system I put the speakers on
    the front porch and control the music with My iPad on Halloween.

    --
    Enjoy Life... Nad

  7. #7
    Ed Pawlowski Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?


    "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote
    > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    > reason
    > than that it is quite funny


    We go out to dinner.




  8. #8
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    Nad wrote:

    > I use an App called "TuneIn Radio" and search for Halloween. With the
    > house Wifi system I put the speakers on the front porch and control the
    > music with My iPad on Halloween.


    I have a powerful home stereo system and two boom boxes. The home stereo
    gets set on a loop to play the "earthquake" track from a special-effects CD
    at fairly high volume. You can really feel it in your gut! One of the boom
    boxes repeatedly plays a CD of "black ambient" music by a group called
    Darkness Enshroud[1]. The other boom box repeatedly plays a CD of Tibetan
    monk chants[2]. The result is a vaguely-disturbing aural phenomenon which is
    a bit too ordered to be a real cacophony.

    I don't decorate per se; I just put some dim red lights as the *only*
    visible lights, and when I can I put a fog machine pouring fog out of my
    attic, which vents over my front porch.

    Bob
    [1]
    http://www.amazon.com/Unveiled-Ghost.../dp/B004KKYH64

    [2]
    http://www.amazon.com/Sacred-Tibetan.../dp/B00007MBAD (I
    considered going with Tibetan throat singing instead, but thought this was
    more interesting.)




  9. #9
    =?UTF-8?Q?Ran=C3=A9e=20@=20Arabian=20Knits?= Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    You are an adult. Buy your own candy.

    "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to
    > restrict myself
    > from eating it.
    >
    > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    > holiday for
    > everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have
    > taken over a
    > perfectly good holiday.
    >
    > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat.
    > When someone
    > comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look
    > confused and I
    > tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no
    > reason I
    > should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    > soon as
    > they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some
    > laugh, but most
    > will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    > bought for
    > the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give
    > out what
    > I've collected.
    >
    > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    > understand, but
    > then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >
    > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no
    > other reason
    > than that it is quite funny
    >


  10. #10
    haleymcadams1 Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?


    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds;1670832 Wrote:
    > I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    > myself
    > from eating it.
    >
    > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    > holiday for
    > everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    > over a
    > perfectly good holiday.
    >
    > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    > someone
    > comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused
    > and I
    > tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no
    > reason I
    > should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    > soon as
    > they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh,
    > but most
    > will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    > bought for
    > the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out
    > what
    > I've collected.
    >
    > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    > understand, but
    > then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >
    > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no
    > other reason
    > than that it is quite funny


    It is a lot of effort but no pay. I mean you just make yourself tired of
    explaining your reverse ToT. Although this is a nice idea if you like to
    make someone balk at you all the time haha!




    --
    haleymcadams1

  11. #11
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    "Pico Rico" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:j75v30$4lb$[email protected]..
    >
    > "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >>I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    >>myself
    >> from eating it.
    >>
    >> But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    >> holiday for
    >> everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    >> over a
    >> perfectly good holiday.
    >>
    >> So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    >> someone
    >> comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused
    >> and I
    >> tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no
    >> reason I
    >> should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    >> soon as
    >> they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh,
    >> but most
    >> will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    >> bought for
    >> the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out
    >> what
    >> I've collected.
    >>
    >> Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    >> understand, but
    >> then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >>
    >> So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    >> reason
    >> than that it is quite funny

    >
    > sounds like way too much effort. I just hide with all the lights out.
    > Like every other night.


    LOL, there ya go!

    Cheri


  12. #12
    haleymcadams1 Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?


    'Bob Terwilliger[_1_ Wrote:
    > ;1670898']Nad wrote:
    > -
    > I use an App called "TuneIn Radio" and search for Halloween. With the
    > house Wifi system I put the speakers on the front porch and control
    > the
    > music with My iPad on Halloween.-
    >
    > I have a powerful home stereo system and two boom boxes. The home
    > stereo
    > gets set on a loop to play the "earthquake" track from a special-effects
    > CD
    > at fairly high volume. You can really feel it in your gut! One of the
    > boom
    > boxes repeatedly plays a CD of "black ambient" music by a group called
    > Darkness Enshroud[1]. The other boom box repeatedly plays a CD of
    > Tibetan
    > monk chants[2]. The result is a vaguely-disturbing aural phenomenon
    > which is
    > a bit too ordered to be a real cacophony.
    >
    > I don't decorate per se; I just put some dim red lights as the *only*
    > visible lights, and when I can I put a fog machine pouring fog out of
    > my
    > attic, which vents over my front porch.
    >
    > Bob
    > [1]
    > http://tinyurl.com/6fxmdvw
    >
    > [2]
    > http://tinyurl.com/5t56wll (I
    > considered going with Tibetan throat singing instead, but thought this
    > was
    > more interesting.)

    That's cool! You really know you're thing bob! I love Holloween because
    it means holiday, candies, costumes, and a lot more.




    --
    haleymcadams1

  13. #13
    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    On Oct 12, 11:05*pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    > "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" <atlas-bug...@invalid.invalid> wrote in messagenews:[email protected]..
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > >I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    > >myself
    > > from eating it.

    >
    > > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    > > holiday for
    > > everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    > > over a
    > > perfectly good holiday.

    >
    > > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    > > someone
    > > comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused
    > > and I
    > > tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no reason
    > > I
    > > should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    > > soon as
    > > they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh,
    > > but most
    > > will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    > > bought for
    > > the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out
    > > what
    > > I've collected.

    >
    > > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    > > understand, but
    > > then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?

    >
    > > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    > > reason
    > > than that it is quite funny

    >
    > sounds like way too much effort. *I just hide with all the lights out. *Like
    > every other night.


    I give the little buggers dollar pancakes or sliced salami.

  14. #14
    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    On Wed, 12 Oct 2011 22:28:47 -0700, Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:

    > I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict myself
    > from eating it.
    >
    > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a holiday for
    > everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken over a
    > perfectly good holiday.
    >
    > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When someone
    > comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused and I
    > tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no reason I
    > should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as soon as
    > they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh, but most
    > will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've bought for
    > the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out what
    > I've collected.
    >
    > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't understand, but
    > then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >
    > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other reason
    > than that it is quite funny


    how would you feel if the kids demanded to go out and get drunk on new
    year's eve?

    your pal,
    blake

  15. #15
    Doug Freyburger Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:
    >
    > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a holiday for
    > everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken over a
    > perfectly good holiday.


    Celebrate Halloween! And Thanksgiving too! The Christmas decorations
    already come out much too early and they need competition to keep them
    from coming out earlier still next year.

  16. #16
    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    In article
    <[email protected]tember.org>,
    RanĂ©e @ Arabian Knits <[email protected]> wrote:

    > You are an adult. Buy your own candy.
    >
    > "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > > I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    > > myself from eating it.
    > >
    > > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a holiday
    > > for everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    > > over a perfectly good holiday.
    > >
    > > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    > > someone comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look
    > > confused and I tell them that because I have to stay home to give them
    > > candy is no reason I should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I
    > > tell them that as soon as they give me some candy, I will give them candy.
    > > Some balk, some laugh, but most will put some candy in my ToT bag and then
    > > I give them the candy I've bought for the occasion. The upside is that if I
    > > run out of my candy I can give out what I've collected.
    > >
    > > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't understand,
    > > but then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    > >
    > > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    > > reason than that it is quite funny
    > >


    half of those that ring the doors are "adults" with their own money

  17. #17
    Kswck Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?


    "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    >myself
    > from eating it.
    >
    > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a
    > holiday for
    > everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    > over a
    > perfectly good holiday.
    >
    > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    > someone
    > comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look confused
    > and I
    > tell them that because I have to stay home to give them candy is no reason
    > I
    > should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I tell them that as
    > soon as
    > they give me some candy, I will give them candy. Some balk, some laugh,
    > but most
    > will put some candy in my ToT bag and then I give them the candy I've
    > bought for
    > the occasion. The upside is that if I run out of my candy I can give out
    > what
    > I've collected.
    >
    > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't
    > understand, but
    > then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    >
    > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    > reason
    > than that it is quite funny


    The purpose of Halloween is for humans to control the overpopulation of
    Peeps each year.




  18. #18
    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    haleymcadams1 <[email protected]> wrote:

    > > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no
    > > other reason
    > > than that it is quite funny

    >
    > It is a lot of effort but no pay. I mean you just make yourself tired of
    > explaining your reverse ToT. Although this is a nice idea if you like to
    > make someone balk at you all the time haha!


    no more so that oh and awing about their costumes. in any event humor is
    priceless

  19. #19
    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    In article <4e973e15$0$4325$[email protected]>, "Kswck" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    > >I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    > >myself
    > > from eating it.
    > >
    > > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a holiday
    > > for everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    > > over a perfectly good holiday.
    > >
    > > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    > > someone comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look
    > > confused and I tell them that because I have to stay home to give them
    > > candy is no reason I should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I
    > > tell them that as soon as they give me some candy, I will give them candy.
    > > Some balk, some laugh, but most will put some candy in my ToT bag and then
    > > I give them the candy I've bought for the occasion. The upside is that if I
    > > run out of my candy I can give out what I've collected.
    > >
    > > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't understand,
    > > but then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    > >
    > > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    > > reason than that it is quite funny

    >
    > The purpose of Halloween is for humans to control the overpopulation of Peeps
    > each year.


    which my practice does

  20. #20
    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Re: Who needs Halloween?

    In article <11h5q4uwc0q2h.1dezpcg4803[email protected]>,
    blake murphy <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Wed, 12 Oct 2011 22:28:47 -0700, Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:
    >
    > > I like candy as much as the next person, even though I have to restrict
    > > myself from eating it.
    > >
    > > But what I hate is that Halloween should be an universal holiday, a holiday
    > > for everyone to collect as much candy as they can...but the kids have taken
    > > over a perfectly good holiday.
    > >
    > > So for the last few years I have practiced Reverse Trick or Treat. When
    > > someone comes to my door, before they can say ToT, I say it. They look
    > > confused and I tell them that because I have to stay home to give them
    > > candy is no reason I should be deprived of the same joy. Still confused I
    > > tell them that as soon as they give me some candy, I will give them candy.
    > > Some balk, some laugh, but most will put some candy in my ToT bag and then
    > > I give them the candy I've bought for the occasion. The upside is that if I
    > > run out of my candy I can give out what I've collected.
    > >
    > > Of course I don't do this to the ultra-minnies as they wouldn't understand,
    > > but then again, what do they really understand about Halloween anyway?
    > >
    > > So I urge all of you to practice Reverse Trick or Treat...if for no other
    > > reason than that it is quite funny

    >
    > how would you feel if the kids demanded to go out and get drunk on new year's
    > eve?
    >
    > your pal, blake


    don't they already do that?

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