Good goy. Goy or goyim or whatever is derivative of the Hebrew word for non-jew. EITT: Goyim stories Back in 2001, when I lived in St. Louis. Every Halloween, m Good goy Goy or goyim whatever is derivative of the Hebrew word for non-jew EITT: Goyim stories Back in 2001 when I lived St Louis Every Halloween m
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Good goy. Goy or goyim or whatever is derivative of the Hebrew word for non-jew. EITT: Goyim stories Back in 2001, when I lived in St. Louis. Every Halloween, m

Goy or goyim or whatever is derivative of the Hebrew word for non-jew

EITT: Goyim stories
Back in 2001, when I lived in St. Louis. Every Halloween, my neighbor would set up a vending machine on his front porch and fill it
with different candies. If you knocked he wouldn' t answer, and he had a sign that said Happy Halloween pasted on the machine.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#7 - ThekidsTEN
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i would break the glass on it and then leave. it isn't about the treat, but the trick
User avatar #12 to #7 - adrilazzaro
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It's not about the candy, it's about sending a message
User avatar #5 - KayRed
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First of all, **** people that leave a bowl out, second of all, triple **** people that take the whole bowl.
User avatar #6 to #5 - KayRed
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That guy though, managed to do something that's a dick move, but in a clever way. You can **** him, but **** him with passion.
User avatar #8 to #5 - hudis
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Well, leaving the bowl out is a good way to keep the kids away if you aren't actually that enthusiastic about Halloween and don't want kids knocking five times an hour.
User avatar #9 to #8 - KayRed
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True enough. Still, I've always felt that if you can't get in the spirit, you just gotta suck it up and fake it (but I mean ****, Halloween is the last holiday where you can actually enjoy it).
User avatar #10 to #9 - hudis
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I don't know, I think people are entitled to not participate in traditions if they don't want We live in such a mixed world now that it'd be a bit weird for everyone to fake appreciation for everyone else's traditions all the time, anyway.
User avatar #11 to #10 - KayRed
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I don't know. Some times I think you just gotta suck it up to make people happy.
User avatar #13 to #5 - heartlessrobot
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What if I leave a bowl out next to what looks like a person in a halloween costume but I'm actually hiding in a bush next to it in a ghillie suit to scare the sit outta people?
User avatar #14 to #13 - KayRed
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That's the best thing you can do.
#1 - anon id: 3c7e4bc9
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i remember this one guy on my old street had a new gimmick everyyear to scare the **** out of you. i skipped that house until i was 11
User avatar #2 to #1 - mangobutt
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I want my house to be that way, I want it to be mind meltingly terrifying, I want it to be so scary that no child wants to knock on my door. The first child that is able to make it past my labyrinth of horrors will receive a 2 lb chocolate bar.
User avatar #3 to #1 - skiff
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which ones scared you the most?
User avatar #4 to #1 - flemsdfer
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I can't do that anymore. Kids today, young and old, are ******* pansies. I would sit in my wheelchair, all dressed up as a dummy, straw and everything poking out of me like I was stuffed, with a bowl of candy. When they convinced themselves enough that I was fake, I'd jump as they tried taking candy. I quit doing it because for two years in a row, no matter how good of candy I put out, they take one look, "Nah, not worth it" and keep walking. First time I got absolutely no one for the whole night, and the second time I got two toddlers way too young to scare.
#15 - pointypixel
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when i was a kid i used to go trick or treating with a group of friends in their neighborhood, the 'extra white' kind of neighborhood. decent candy, tons of it, but my friends all had their family friends and relatives in that 'hood, so whenever we would hit their house, they'd get big ****** king sized butterfingers, crunch bars, kit kats, all that big ass, nice ****, and then they gave me a tiny ass milky way snack size bar.

mfw those *******