Silent Night, Halloween Night

November 1, 2005 at 3:29pm By: Mr. Wilson Posted in The Lincolnite Blog

Silent night, Halloween night
All is calm, no ghouls in sight
Back in my day the night was so wild
Now my doorstep sees nary a child
Where are the young trick-or-treaters?
Where are the young trick-or-treaters?

Silent night, Halloween night
Nobody quakes at the sights
No ghosts or goblins stream up to my door
Who did I buy all this damn candy for?
Criminy this night is boring!
Criminy I am so bored!

Silent night, Halloween night
A lonely moth circles ‘neath the porch light
Oh how I long to hear the trick-or-treats
Instead here I wait eating all of the sweets
Expanding the size of my girth
Oh! Would you look at that girth!

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Christopher November 2, 2005 at 2:36am

awwww…no kiddos?!?

You could have come over here. Two big bags of candy and that wasn’t enough. A quick trip to Target to get another bag, and even that wasn’t enough. We had to turn away a few trick or treaters.

D.M.B. November 2, 2005 at 8:26am

We didn’t have that many trick-or-treaters either.  My roomate said only a dozen and a half maybe.  I’m guessing we have a low kid neighborhood.  We have way to much candy left over.  I remember when I was a kid we’d get 50-75 kids to the door.

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