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Do you agree with Trick or Treating? (22nd Oct 09 at 11:09am UTC)
Is Trick or Treating right or wrong? Maybe you've had a bad experience with Trick or Treaters in the past or just find it annoying. Or maybe you love Halloween and think Trick or Treating is nothing more than innocent fun and that Halloween wouldn't be the same with out it. I imagine everyone has a different opinion on this, please tell us what you think!

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Re: Do you agree with Trick or Treating? (22nd Oct 09 at 12:42pm UTC)
I used to do trick or treating several years ago when I was in high school and had a lot of fun. Last year i went to a Halloween costume contest at Woodies Freehouse. They're doing the same again this year I think, but I have other plans this time a friend is organising a Halloween party {Tongue Out} Halloween is so much fun, I don't see why anyone would complain about it. But I guess the views of a young person must differ greatly from older people... It'll be interesting to see if anyone else responds to this topic. {Smile}
 
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Re: Do you agree with Trick or Treating? (24th Dec 09 at 12:50am UTC)
'Trick or Treat' is an import - a lot of good things come in from the States but we already have a Hallowe'en tradition and don't need Trick or Treat.
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