I’m scared I won’t have enough Halloween candy—I buy about five pounds of the stuff—and I don’t think I’ve ever run out but nearly did one year, and I never know whether to limit trick-or-treaters to one piece, it kind of depends on when they show up, and I wonder if it’s scarier to have leftover candy that one likes or leftover candy that one doesn’t like, and I tend to get candy that I like despite the danger, e.g., tonight I had to sample an Almond Joy, a Reese’s PEANUT BUTTER CUP, and a Baby Ruth to be sure that they were OK, and if I do decide to leave town tomorrow instead of doing Halloween, all that candy could be my office contribution for the year.
Our dentist will buy it back at a $1 a pound for up to 5 pounds. Sends it to the military somehow.ReplyDelete
I bought three bags early, and somehow two are gone. So today I'll buy more, and 3 kids will come to the door. If I just went with one bag, then forty kids will suddenly materialize. Rich's office will be happy.ReplyDelete
I never thought of sampling the candy to ensure it's OK. I'm on it now...ReplyDelete
We're out of town for Halloween, so no trick-or-treaters and thus, no candy which is a good thing because we both like candy.ReplyDelete