Trick or Treat Etiquette

Well, this is it, the big day. Halloween! The jack-o-lanterns are carved, the candy is in a bowl near the front door awaiting the arrival of trick or treaters. But before the first ding-dong of the door bell, maybe we should go over the rules of the game.

Courtesy of the Glouster Daily Times, here’s an outline of Halloween etiquette for both givers and takers.

FOR THE GIVERS:

  • Incidents of dangerous items and substances ending up in homemade treats cause most adults to forbid their children from eating unwrapped brownies, cookies and the like.
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