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Halloween Safety Tips

From checking your candy to wearing safe Halloween costumes, find out how you can stay safe on the spookiest night of the year! Back to Article

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Attie9
Attie9 wrote:
2013-11-24 09:43:47 -0800

cool

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Mamar12
Mamar12 wrote:
2013-11-04 18:37:45 -0800

The reason why you need to check your candy is because it might have been posioned as a trick for Halloween! Stay safe you peeps!

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-11-02 10:16:33 -0700

I've heard of these

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rockerlover
rockerlover wrote:
2013-11-01 09:01:59 -0700

yummy candy smile

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-maddie-dances-
-maddie-dances- wrote:
2013-11-01 06:42:40 -0700

I didn't get to go trick or treating D:

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mischiefmanaged
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mischiefmanaged wrote:
2013-10-31 16:31:59 -0700

Have fun and be safe, y'all! Big Grin

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flame the bunnyrabbit
flame the bunnyrabbit wrote:
2013-10-31 14:11:25 -0700

halloween is my favorite day of the year.

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ValenciaRose
ValenciaRose wrote:
2013-10-31 07:27:49 -0700

Great tips KW smile

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imagination44
imagination44 wrote:
2013-10-30 18:23:24 -0700

I

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imagination44
imagination44 wrote:
2013-10-30 18:22:35 -0700

so i guess you WANT to get kidnapped, hurt or possibly killed? HMMMMMMMM?!

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SHEADRAKELOVER3
SHEADRAKELOVER3 wrote:
2013-10-30 14:49:19 -0700

um WHO WANTS TO "PLAY IT SAFE' ON HALLOWEEN - your suppose to go AGAINST that rule on october 31st.

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ashash12
ashash12 wrote:
2013-10-30 11:14:23 -0700

i watched this movie where people put razors in the candy bars and when the kids went to eat the candy the razors cut up there insides

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EmoSkrillex
EmoSkrillex wrote:
2013-10-28 07:13:54 -0700

Checking the candy is always safe coz u never know what they could have put in it or whatever

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catears
catears wrote:
2013-10-28 07:11:58 -0700

I don't and will never use these tips

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InfinityAndBeyondxP
InfinityAndBeyondxP wrote:
2013-10-27 02:13:27 -0700

My mum never checks my candy lol :P! Who would?

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HaylaB
HaylaB wrote:
2013-10-25 16:21:26 -0700

My Mom Sometimes Checks my Candy

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Emogirl115
Emogirl115 wrote:
2013-10-25 03:24:07 -0700

a little bit confusing at the middle...true i was
bored so i didnt even read it all...

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sulu.megha
sulu.megha wrote:
2013-10-23 07:25:46 -0700

of no use......

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funkid657
funkid657 wrote:
2013-10-23 06:55:08 -0700

lol

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skritiparna
skritiparna wrote:
2013-10-23 03:31:17 -0700

lol..........

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Do Your Parents Check Your Candy?

  • Yeah, every year.
  • No, but they will from now on!
  • No, it's not important.
  • I'm too old for trick-or-treating!

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