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    Talking 10 signs you are too old for Trick or Treat.

    10. You get winded from knocking on the door.

    9. You have to have another kid chew the candy for you.

    8. You ask for high fiber candy only.

    7. When someone drops a candy bar in your bag, you lose your balance and fall over.

    6. People say, "What a scary mask!" but you're not wearing a mask!

    5. When the door opens you yell, "Trick or..." and can't remember the rest.

    4. By the end of the night, you have a bag full of restraining orders.

    3. You have to carefully choose a costume that won't dislodge your hairpiece.

    2. You're the only Power Ranger in the neighborhood with a walker.

    and last but not least...

    1. You avoid going to houses where your ex-wives or husbands live.
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    Re: 10 signs you are too old for Trick or Treat.

    Nothing like replying to your own post. I guess no one like this one huh?
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    Re: 10 signs you are too old for Trick or Treat.

    Yeah, it's annoying when those old people still want candy. Especially when they say, "Uh, it's for my sick daughter." Sure . . . .
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    Talking Re: 10 signs you are too old for Trick or Treat.

    I must admit, Styxx, were you to show up at my door saying "Trick or Treat!" that we'd probably have a police issue almost immediately...

    I especially liked the scary mask bit. With my face, I'd no doubt get sued for "negatively portraying Irish-Americans" or something.

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    Re: 10 signs you are too old for Trick or Treat.

    Very nice Styxx. Keep em coming buddy!!


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    Re: 10 signs you are too old for Trick or Treat.

    Pretty funny, however some of us are a little old for Trick or Treat but not quite as old as in this list. Here is the top ten indications that you may be little old for Trick-or-Treat for the rest of us:

    10. You are greeted at the door with “Sir” or “Madame” depending on gender (yours, not theirs).
    9. A police cruiser follows you from door to door.
    8. Your co-workers have that glazed look in their eyes when you go on excitedly about which costume you are going to wear.
    7. You have to promise your kids to avoid their friends’ houses. ("Don't embarass me -again-...")
    6. The mask doesn’t fit over your beard.
    5. You’re more excited over the apples in the bag than the Milk Duds.
    4. The porch light always seem to go out as you approach the house.
    3. Your “Barney” outfit is the same size as the one worn by the actor on TV.
    2. Everyone thinks you’re selling Amway.

    And the number one indication that you might be a little old to be out Trick-or-Treating is

    1. When picking out your costume you have to ask the kid (and you think of him as “the kid”) behind the counter who 90% of the costumes are supposed to be. (“Ozzy, like in Ozzie and Harriet? Oh, Ozzy Osbourne. He plays with Black Sabbath, doesn’t he? I haven’t listened to them in years…”)
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