Happy Halloween! =)

This is a discussion on Happy Halloween! =) within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; hi there! i just wanted to say that... happy halloween everybody! (and maybe happy holidays!)...

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    Smile Happy Halloween! =)

    hi there!

    i just wanted to say that...

    happy halloween everybody!
    (and maybe happy holidays!)

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    you to,

    who here is going/went out trick or treating.
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    I would but I'm 25 and it would be a bit weird.........


    I miss throwing eggs at things/people.......

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    Fordy, you're never too old for free candy!

    I'm not going though, cuz it would be kinda weird, plus I'm lazy...

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    a bunch of my friends dressed up as Power Rangers (we're all 15).. they said they were going to trick or treat, i don't know.. i think it would kind of look weird with a bunch of teenagers in power rangers constumes running around town.....

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    No, I have nothing to do with Halloween. As far as holidays go...BAH HUMBUG!

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    I hate the people that give out halloween-pencils
    because the have some anti-candy belief.
    Staying away from General.

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    > I hate the people that give out halloween-pencils
    > because the have some anti-candy belief.

    I know. Why even bother giving something out if they're going to do something like that? Unbelievable, just unbelievable.

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    I didn't go out this year, it was (is) raining, so it would be uncomfortable.

    you wouldn't imagine the amount of kids dressed up like Osama bin Laden!, it's unbeleivable!, and I saw a kid dressed up as Bush (really funny)

    Oskilian

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    > you wouldn't imagine the amount of kids dressed up like Osama bin Laden!,

    Are you kidding? How could their parents let them do that? It is so unappropriate for this time.

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    I don't know how did they let them do that, but the question is this: is it wrong to do so (I mean in a "safety" kind of way)?, and if it is, why?

    Oskilian

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    As far as "safety" goes, yes, it's wrong. I mean, you have all those extremests that will, maybe, do something to the kids. I don't know.

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    nah, I don't think so, and which extremists are you talking about?

    Oskilian

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    I didnt go trick or treating due to class tonight. What really stinks is that the girl I was mildy interested in told me she dressed her >>SON<< up as tigger for holloween and her >>HUSBAND<< was taking him trick or treating while she was in class. Whoa, I totally had to pump the brakes when she said that. Maybe I should tell her husband shes been checkin me out...
    Here, take this!

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    ooo.. rugged situation.. what to do, what to do.

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