Sunday, October 31, 2010

and her head has no room

I just realized that Hallowe'en is not nearly as much fun when you've only bought candy you don't like. Clearly I did not think this all the way through.

No more answering the door with one for you, one for me ... two for you, one ... two for me.


Wandering Coyote said...

LOL! I wondered how that would go for you! I made sure I got stuff I do like, because, in the end, it's all about ME! If the kids don't like it, tough toenails!

I did have some anxiety over the fact that I bought peanut M&Ms, though...I hope people read before they eat. I don't want to kill anyone.

Anonymous said...

We had more kids here than last year, but I think there might be a peanut butter cup or two left for us. Yum!

Dr. Monkey said...

We had three measly kids this Halloween. Which was about half of last years total.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

It's usually all about ME as well, WC, but I am attempting to save me from myself.
I'm pretty sure that anyone who has kids with peanut issues scrutinize everything thoroughly.

I'll trade you 15 packs of Swedish berries for one bite of peanut butter cup, Mr Anchovy. Just one!

That's just depressing, Dr M! Do they all go to the mall instead, like they tend to do here.

Allison said...

I didn't get any candy corn this year. I had bought purple candy corn but it got thrown out in the move. Thankfully, I had Thin Mints to console myself with. ;)

Love that picture, by the way.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Worst case scenario, Al, inadvertently throwing out the much coveted new candy! I'm not a big candy corn fan, but I can certainly appreciate the sense of loss. I', glad the thin mints were able to stand in.