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Old 10-23-2008, 02:58 AM
VeryWelshXmasLover VeryWelshXmasLover is offline
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thats good that they have sent them out. It will help keep children safer,

There is no trick or treating in this house though. In the area where I live I tend to dread Halloween as the kids around here are so badly behaved! We had the first trick or treater yesterday, they battered on the door for ages so I answered and said "Its not even halloween yet!". the one kid went and the other just stood there staring at me (total defiance) so after a minute or so I just shut the door. So obnoxious!

It will be trick or treaters now until Halloween. I am working 8am till 8pm on Halloween (YAY!!).

I know though that when we move from the type of people that live around here (aggressive and rude seems to be the in thing sadly) I will feel much better about Halloween.

Roll on June!!
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