What do YOU think teenagers should still be trick or treating?
I meant to ask: Do you think teenagers should still be trick or treating?
When good natured high schoolers come to my door dressed up, trick or treating, I think it's cute. Who wouldn't want free candy? If they are doing it for the sheer joy of trick or treating and not causing trouble I can't really see an issue.
I think someone is only as old as they feel. If they want to trick or treat then, by all means, carry on my sugar loving friends!
I do not think that there is an age limit. I am 34 and still love to go trick or treating. Mostly to see all the little ones dressed up, I live in the country so I never have trick or treaters but I dress up and go into my mother in laws . This year my teenagers insist on not trick or treating and it saddens me to see them grow up so fast.
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I am fine with teenagers trick-or-treating if they have good manners. Unfortunately, most of them that come to our house just stare at us until we hold out the candy jar, they grab one (or even two) huge handfuls and then turn away. Sometimes they return for seconds. If they would just say a nice hello or trick or treat to greet us, say thank you, take 1-2 pieces of candy and not come back for seconds, it would be fine.
Nope, i think its for children only, teenagers around here tend to cause trouble when trick or treating which then spoils it for the younger ones
by Laura Brown 7 years ago
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by Pamela N Red 5 years ago
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