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  br0ccoli  |  14

14-If I could, I would bathe in Oreos. You've got chocolate and vanilla, crunchy and moist. Mmmm. I would turn into an MMA fighter if ever I had to defend a sleeve of Oreos. Cookie Monster is going down with his cross-eyed self!

  vocaloidtiger  |  12

68 ~ Hey man, give people some credit: I'm only 13 and my grammar is perfectly fine. It's not about your age; using grammar is a choice (which most teenagers and kinds my age don't seem to make).


You can still go trick or treating... I take my cousin every year, we have a deal; I take her trick or treating, give her some of what I get, and she allows me to use her for candy. It's a great system. Lol

  Axipiter  |  24

77 - Are you, by any chance, an entrepreneur? If not, you should start your own business. That is some of the best business skill I have ever seen!

  e_r_i_c_a  |  4

I don't know about you but when I was a kid the lollipops and other non chocolate candies stayed in the bottom of the bag and didn't get eaten until weeks later when I was out of the snickers, kit kats, take 5's, reeces, and Hershey bars. So yeah that does limit a lot of trick-or-treating candy.

  myFMLname  |  8

Why start with the best? First, start with the somewhat decent, like the ones at a Nordstrom or Dillard's, then the good ones: Twix and snickers. Then the really good ones: Kit Kat, M&M's, 3 Musketeers, then top it off with Reese's. That way the surprise gets better and better with each candy.

  Welshite  |  39

I've lived most of my life without one; it's just a matter of knowing what foods to avoid. Now that I've carried an epi-pen for years, I've never used it. A couple of times I should've but I got through the attacks without using it.

  deliki  |  11

Not all allergies require an epi pen.. My friend has many allergies that range from different levels of attack.. Some she just gets a headache from..