Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Your Turn

What percentage of your candy haul on Halloween did your parents take/confiscate?

18 comments:

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

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Florin said...

None, at least what I was aware of.

Jennifer said...

My bff's mom got all my Boston Baked Beans. (I bet they don't even come in Halloween candy mixes anymore!!) Any my parents got anything licorice or that looked old fashioned at that time (70's, early 80's) like Mary Janes Bit o'Honey, Charleston Chew... Memories...

Gail Banks said...

My Dad took all my Mounds and Almond Joys, which was fine with me.

The only candy I refused to share was Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Probably quite a bit of it but there was so much we never really noticed. Pixie Sticks, sweet tarts, Smarties were my favorites so I would grab all of those. My grandma liked the traditional taffy-like candy. I'm not sure how the rest shook out.

cebii said...

I got to keep all of mine, but my kids get to keep 20 pieces and I pay them $10 for the rest

VDOVault said...

I gave them most of it because I was always picky about the kinds of candy I would eat. In fact I would often trade most of what I brought home for what we were handing out, because they always bought what I & they liked best (in case of leftovers so they would not go to waste).

Unknown said...

They only took the Reeses
Which was ok

Bitchysoisse said...

They let us eat 10% off the top on Halloween night, I'd guess that they secretly ate about 5%, and the remaining 85% was doled out to us slowly in lunch snacks and as after-dinner treats.

Cee Kay said...

My parents never took any of our candy. But we used to take half of our kids' haul and give them a movie or a book in exchange for it.

Stupidpervs said...

Melania..cuz lady is a joker with no jokes

Stupidpervs said...

And no my parents bought their own candy and didn't take from their child i bet Lady's parents took hers that's why she's failing at life

Baba said...

We'd go through it together to avoid razorblades, but they never confiscated anything. They weren't dickheads. Nor did they pretend to eat it all like that cunt Kimmel.

Fourteen said...

The only thing we did was give any black licorice to my father, they didn’t take our candy. Totally not interested.

Boo Hearne said...

Halloween in the deep South was different in the 40s and early 50s. Lots of home baked goodies went into the Woolworth jackerlanterns. Home made fudge was really big. Toll House cookies from the Klein house was a must. Evelyn Klein made the best Toll House cookies in the world! My mom made home made mints. Great times. No, they didn't eat our candy because there was none left to eat by the time we went to bed.

Kimberlini said...

I'm too old to remember or care. These days, my concern is making sure I don't buy candy that I want to eat.

Mhdz said...

Everything but five pieces. I'd pick my favorites, and they would donate the rest.

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