How many trick or treaters showed up at your house?

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  1. Raven4180 profile image60
    Raven4180posted 10 years ago

    How many trick or treaters showed up at your house?

    My neighbor hood is getting worse each year. We only had 9 kids come by for candy, now I got three bags to eat and I don't like sweets that much.

  2. FloBe profile image73
    FloBeposted 10 years ago

    We live in an apartment building that has children but none of them trick-or-treat here. A lot of people have opted for parties with people they know, or they go through malls where people have made donations for the little ones to pick up treats at each store. I usually take advantage of post-halloween sales and stock up for stocking stuffers smile

  3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image93
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 10 years ago

    Six. . . .all from the same family.  I told them, "this is a republican house-the candy is on the roof, maybe it will trickle down for you!"

    Poor children.

  4. kookoo88 profile image61
    kookoo88posted 10 years ago

    We had about 50 in our small rural town.  Our street is known for being friendly to kids and the weather was really nice.

    The good news is that I love sweets and I'm totally willing to take those three bags off your hands. big_smile  Isn't that generous of me?  *grin*

  5. Barbara Kay profile image83
    Barbara Kayposted 10 years ago

    Not very many this year. It was way down. Different organizations are having Halloween parties instead and the parties have so much to offer that the kids don't want to waste their time trick or treating.

  6. Rochelle Frank profile image94
    Rochelle Frankposted 10 years ago

    I live in the woods. Children in the vicinity usually go to the small town near us.
    I usually buy a nice bag of chocolate candy anyway-- if I have to eat it myself, that's the sacrifice I make for the kids.

  7. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 10 years ago

    i think we had about 30. each year it seems to be a little less and it sucks because i love seeing all the funny and cute costumes. the good thing is i get to eat the left-over candy.

  8. Jarn profile image61
    Jarnposted 10 years ago

    None whatsoever, which was a real dissapointment. Here I was stocked up on 12 gauge shells and not so much as a lady walking a chihuahua was out Halloween night.

  9. Time4Travel profile image61
    Time4Travelposted 10 years ago

    This year we had about 50 kids. The weather was excellent, which sure helped the numbers.


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