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People respond to Dad's post criticizing parents who hand out "cheap candy" on Halloween.

People respond to Dad's post criticizing parents who hand out "cheap candy" on Halloween.

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If you grew up trick or treating, ou already know there are good and bad candy houses. The good candy houses are stocked up on full-size, sometimes king-size candy bars, they have Reeses and Kit Kats and all the hits, and let kids scoop up huge bundles at a time only to later terrorize their parents.

The bad candy houses often don't even hand out candy. There's usually some browned apple slices, a paper full of Religious propaganda, or worse yet, a box of raisins. The arbitrary lines drawn between the good and bad candy houses are defined by children's preferences, and of course, trick or treating limits (more candy is always better).

While children are quick to delineate good and bad trick or treating houses, parents usually don't have opinions beyond ensuring everyone's safe. Unless, of course, they are a deeply concerned dad who fears their child will be subjected to poor person candy.

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