Halloween 2013 thread

ipod

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Haha that's really creative! Really funny! Never seen anybody make use of pumpkins in such a way. Awesomely hilarious! You can go viral with those pics.
 

ITS ME DAVID

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This should be in the photo sharing thread but man I need to get going on cutting up a pumpkin.
 

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Bah Humbug. #Halloween

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It's still hella bright here. It's only 5 here


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Done lights out
candy is gone
until son empties his pillow case
It's really hard to gauge the candy when you move off military base to a new neighborhood
I had 10 bags candy different sizes and some toys
 
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Halloween's not the same. Parents drive their children from house to house for the most part. It's over by eight or so. When I was a kid, we hit the neighborhood at least twice and stayed out until at least ten. We'd switch to new bags at home and go right back out.
 

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Halloween's not the same. Parents drive their children from house to house for the most part. It's over by eight or so. When I was a kid, we hit the neighborhood at least twice and stayed out until at least ten. We'd switch to new bags at home and go right back out.
And it was dark out. And the whole neighborhood participated. And it was never cold out. Beggar's Night was great back then. Now the country is one big sissy.
 

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Night view.
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imutter

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Halloween's not the same. Parents drive their children from house to house for the most part. It's over by eight or so. When I was a kid, we hit the neighborhood at least twice and stayed out until at least ten. We'd switch to new bags at home and go right back out.
You should have seen that 8th grader ( I asked) on his phone talking no costume no "trick or treat" line just holding his hand out. Hubby asked his name said he remember him next year at our house no costume no treat
 

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Halloween's not the same. Parents drive their children from house to house for the most part. It's over by eight or so. When I was a kid, we hit the neighborhood at least twice and stayed out until at least ten. We'd switch to new bags at home and go right back out.
Not many kids go from door to door here anymore. Instead they do "Trunk or Treat" in the church parking lots.