on 31-10-2019 07:54
That looks amazing @Bambino, I can't imagine how much work went into preparing this! Do you see any crazy decorations like that around where you are??
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on 31-10-2019 10:12
on 31-10-2019 10:27
To be honest, I didn't mind the little kids all dressed the part, arriving with Mum or Dad.
However a couple of years back, I had a two teenage boys knock on the door wearing Michael Myers Masks.
I had forgotten it was Halloween, I was in on my own, and I just slammed the door and locked it.
Frightened the life out of me, (and I'm not usually a scaredy cat)
on 31-10-2019 12:27
Likewise but I'm with @Cleoriff on the whole trick or treating thing.
It's hall lights out and ignoring the door buzzer tonight, there's no little kids round here now anyway.
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on 31-10-2019 14:31
Since that effort by schools and police it didn't happen again. It was terrible for people living on own in fear, it's not supposed to be like that. The parents are organising children's parties and having fun at home now and that's what it should be, not terrorising people in their homes.
Enjoy yourself but be considerate not make it an excuse for bad behaviour.
Personally I don't like the event.
on 01-11-2019 09:43