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    Default Anyone had trick or treaters visit?

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    I just had one group of 4. Not a single one of them in any form of costume! They just said trick or treat. Surely if I'm parting with my much loved chocolates they should at least bother to dress up!
    That's what they're like here. They have no costumes, no manners and don't even come from this suburb. They drive here!

    Id be happy to give away chocolates for polite kids who put in some effort.

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    Highly doubt anyone will show up here. Usually we get a note that trick or treaters will be visiting and to turn your porch light on if you wish to participate - no note this year. They are nice in this area though.

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    I put a note on the front door saying no trick or treaters..

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    Nope. We have a sign on the door saying no trick or treaters please

    I'll be pretty cranky if they ignore it and wake any kids up.

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    if we actually get any and they've not bothered to dress up, then I'm going to pointedly ask them and what have you dressed up as tonight? 😂😂

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    None here, and never have in the 6 years we have lived here. We have a ridiculously steep and dark drive way so I don't think any kids are game to come down.

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    I don't think we'll get any, we've never had them in previous years. They'd be dissapointed anyway as we don't keep any refined sugar treats in the house! They could have a piece of toast or a tin of tuna, haha

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    We had our first door knockers at 10am, I felt awful because we didn't have anything.
    We live on a main road in our suburb, there are so many kids out atm it's crazy. Cars parked everywhere too!

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    Spoke too soon! Hear some kids on the street. No door knocks yet. We don't have anything so they will be disappointed anyway...

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    DS2 has just been to a Halloween party and it looked as if the whole street participated. So many dressed up kids and parents, it was awesome!

    No trick or treaters in our street. I always have chocolate on hand just in case but we always end up eating it haha.


 

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