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Rainy Halloween Night

by itsdigger / October 31, 2013 9:39 AM PDT

here in Chicago and not one Trick or Treater. Don't Make Me Eat All Of This Candy ~<:^o

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Just one.
by Dafydd Forum moderator / October 31, 2013 9:47 AM PDT
In reply to: Rainy Halloween Night

In rainy Wales, the dog got 'em though.

Dafydd.

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We got 3 kids and 6 adults
by Steven Haninger / October 31, 2013 9:56 AM PDT
In reply to: Just one.

All the kids were soggy. The parents had umbrellas. I gave about 5 or 6 pieces to each kid but should have used a small shovel to give it away. I'm going be sick and my dentist will be wealthy. Happy

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It's a good thing in the country, you don't get much
by Roger NC / October 31, 2013 11:09 AM PDT

in fact, after the first two years here, we quit buying candy, and I didn't buy any this year.

I probably should have a few on hand in case, but if any had come they would have ended up with those yogurt covered nut bars. Or bananas, apples, or oranges, but most parents now don't want kids taking anything not "factory wrapped".

I was bad tonight, I actually fried a sweet potato and fixed pasta, not even whole grain, one of those pouch jobs where you just add water to pasta and favoring. I did have that with baked fish, but it was the honey chipotle covered frozen salmon.

So the next few days will be whole grains and salad I guess, maybe baked sweet potato.

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HA! That's not bad Roger
by itsdigger / October 31, 2013 11:18 AM PDT

Here's bad....I had a big honkin' steak burrito loaded, with sour cream and avacado jalepeno sauce and a bunch of mini Snicker bars and Kit-Kats. Devil Fellin' better about yourself now Laugh ....Digger

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Minor WWW squabble...
by Willy / November 1, 2013 12:34 AM PDT
In reply to: Rainy Halloween Night

I don't know if you picked it up, but a home owner didn't give out candy to all the kids. She instead gave a note to the "fat kids" as a warning that a "village raises a kid" line to help obese kids need no extra candy in their lives.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/10/30/moms-mean-halloween-letter-for-overweight-kids-goes-viral-but-could-it-be-fake/

Oh man, you need to make a statement at this time when a kid wants to be a kid and all that. I see her side of it, but timing is everything and I don't see a kid being happy with a note. -----Willy Happy

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I say fake.
by Steven Haninger / November 1, 2013 12:50 AM PDT
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Unless a person takes the time to compose several letters claiming various levels of obesity, I think this was more likely phony. Besides, costumes kids wear aren't often that revealing of their girth. Height, yes...circumference, no.

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Just think
by James Denison / November 1, 2013 5:06 AM PDT
In reply to: I say fake.

NYC and San Francisco on soft drinks and it becomes imminently believable. She could have given them sealed packs of beef jerky then, but probably some chemical or salt in that she disagrees with too. Anyway, what better way to get back at neighbors than to increase their kid's dental bills, LOL?

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Well if it's true
by itsdigger / November 1, 2013 1:06 AM PDT
In reply to: Minor WWW squabble...

She's a Real ****! They do make suger free and fat free candy these days, and Steve's right, how would someone know if a kids fat or thin ? ...Digger

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we had more than usual this year
by James Denison / November 1, 2013 5:01 AM PDT
In reply to: Rainy Halloween Night

I think no Snickers left over for me. Weather here was low 70's and rained the next day instead.

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