While handing out candy I was able to fit the beggars into three categories. Here they are…..
- [The] Adorable/Polite Little Kids: The opening act for trick or treat in my neighborhood was Captain America. He was roughly six years old and he was serious about his business. He stated the line— “trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat.” We loaded him up with candy and he said— “thank you, have a good night.” There were several youngsters that were polite like this.
- [The] Where The “F” Are The Parents Kids: There were entirely too many young girls dressed up like hookers for my taste. I don’t know if their intention was to look like a floozy, but that’s how they came off. They were polite enough and all, but naughty school girl costumes, on actual school girls, should never happen. Come on parents!
- [The] Should Have Been Handing Out Candy Kids: These bastards were the most disappointing part of the night. There were several teenagers, mostly boys, who went trick or treating in my area. They were without costume and rude. They would just walk up and open their bags. I had the mind to throw change out into the street and tell them to get it, but I didn’t feel like having my house egged, so I gave them the candy.
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