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Gotta be Bit O Honey...
Each year when I checked my kids candy bags for anything suspicious, I always took the Bit O Honeys as payment for providing a most vital service.
Worst? Anything homemade. Auto-toss...
Avatar: FuPeg, acting like...well, FuPeg
In my professional and honest opinion, the best candy is history are those mini Butter Fingers and/or little Three Musketeers bars. You can buy a pack of 117,000 of them at for only $9.99.
It's funny. I bought a whole bunch of them last week at and somehow, mysteriously, they all disappeared already. Has that ever happened to anyone?
I also bought one of these giant buckets of Pretzels but they're still all in tack. Those are for the Trick or Theaters because I want kids to eat healthy love.
Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.
Avatar: My cuzin Isaac Murphy - a jock I'm tying to emulate in character and winning percentage - almost 47% lifetime.
The mini Heath bars with a few mini Bit O Honeys and Milky Ways.
That's like 22 calories total, right?
Thank God for the Federal Reserve. You can't have big government or big wars without them.
I remember a neighbor always made homemade popcorn balls they were so good. I bought Halloween candy this past weekend because I need to buy in increments because I have so many trick or treaters, I noticed however that the sour starbursts mysteriously made it into Ron's secret candy drawer, the whole bag. Who wants that kind of crap. Blech.
I like the orange punkins and candy corn myself.
I'm always torn between getting stuff I really like and hoping no kids show up and getting stuff I don't really like so I won't eat it if they don't. Decisions, decisions...
I hate it when I don't forward chain letter and I die the next day!
Halloween at da house is a little diff than most. Since 1 child is a Type 1 Diabetic and the other has Celiac(no Wheat/gluten) we let the kids pick 10 items when the are done then the rest is left out for the Halloween Fairy who comes during the night and trades the candy for prizes/presents. It seems to work for us and some how I always take a little for me self the rest goes to wife's work or my work.
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