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By trickortreat - / Sunday 1 November 2009 04:23 / United States
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By  perdix  |  29

To the rational mind, this would just be a coincidence. Others would have you believe that since she cheaped out and didn't supply "treats" to the trick-or-treaters, her ceiling collapse is her "trick." The Great Pumpkin can be a real bitch!

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  kitten1323  |  19

yeah that too turning off the lights, I went trick or treating last night, people usualy follow the no lights no candy rule still the celing thing sucks

By  KingAfter  |  0

WTF?? what happened?? more detail please. did the kids do it? I don't know how they should do something like that, but otherwise it doesn't make much sense. it just happened by itself?

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  zimandme123  |  0

I think op is trying to say, that she was in another room when she heard what she thought was a bunch of trick or treaters knocking in the door, but when she came into the living room, she found out that the knocking sound was the ceiling, falling onto the floor.... hopefully that helps!!!!

By  perdix  |  29

To the rational mind, this would just be a coincidence. Others would have you believe that since she cheaped out and didn't supply "treats" to the trick-or-treaters, her ceiling collapse is her "trick." The Great Pumpkin can be a real bitch!

By  st0815  |  9

It was likely the plaster falling from the ceiling - nothing load-bearing involved. I have seen this in a house in the UK once. Something like that can happen when very poor workmanship is involved.

By  Sage1314  |  4

So what? Who cares? The two events are not even marginally connected, why nother mentioning them both? 'Today, my living room ceiling caved in. FML' Sorted.

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