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If you're unlucky enough to work in retail and are scheduled for Mall-o-Ween, good luck to you. Try to control yourself when some laaadyyy inevitably yells at you for not giving her ugly kid candy hours before the event starts. And if you are a parent taking your kid to this, don't be a jerk about it!
I wasn't sure if I was going to say the names of the tweeters or collect coins, which is why I didn't mention their handles. But thanks so much to Josie Gellar and Dear Customer for weighing in - I hope your Tuesday goes smoothly!
Unfortunately, I am not good a revenge pranks, and don't care for hayrides, but if you do any of those things this season I hope they go well for you!
I know I backed out of telling an embarrassing tale from my youth, but it honestly wasn't any good. I was a wuss then and that hasn't changed much apparently! I always enjoy telling the story of my log cabin costume, though, so thanks for the question! And I just realized I didn't tell a "worst costume" story, so I'll just say that any time I phoned it in and bought one is that thing. Cop outs!
And finally: If you aren't going to Halloween right, don't do the thing. Give out candy and wear a costume to get it! Also, if your lights are on, you are telling kids that you have candy. Stop being terrible! Come on, people!
A quick blog this week, but there's not much to dive into with this episode. Thanks so much for coming to the table and for contributing to the fun! Now go enjoy your parties, Boy Meets World (you know the one), and the World Series! Woooo!
Crap open a cold one!