I'm going me and my friends are just gonna act stupid going around asking for candy in one of our neighborhoods.
My soccer couch HAS to have candy the practice after halloween so there's a main reason to go LOL that or 10 laps around the WHOLE feild >_< (alough i love running! )
Vic and I won't be Trick-Or-Treating this year because... well... we're a little old for that. But what we WILL be doing will be fun:
We will be in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for Halloween. We've done this a couple of years. In Mexico, they observe the "Day Of The Dead" where they honor their ancestors and spend the day at the cemetary. But, the American holiday of Halloween has not escaped their attention.
In town during the evening hours, tons of little kids will approach you and say, "Halloween!? Halloween!?" (The phrase, "Trick or Treat" hasn't quite made the leap to Mexico yet.) Of course, they expect candy. We've always bought whatever sweets we could get locally and passed them out. This year, we've stocked up on American mini-chocolate bars and will take these down to Puerto Vallarta in our luggage. I can't wait to present the local children with our sweet treats.
"Yesterday, a man walked up to me and said, 'Isn't it a shame that Walt Disney couldn't be here to see this?' and I said, "He did see this, that's why it's here."
-Art Linkletter July 17, 2005-
Nope. I didn't ast year either. I sort of grew out of it I guess. Last year I sat around and did homework. My mom passed out the candy. I don't even do that. Usually I steal some from my sister when she drops her first load off, and also eat the little amount that's left at the end of the night.