S and I spent Halloween in St. Louis trick-or-treating with some friends who have kids (don't be jealous). Here's my question:
Have you ever heard that you have to tell a joke when you get candy?
Is this a Midwest thing or a Missouri thing or just a St. Louis thing?
We never did anything like that in Houston. Maybe Houston missed the trend?
When we were kids, you said "trick or treat," you opened your candy bag and complete strangers gave you candy. No need for jokes. Trick or treating was not amateur hour.
Am I the only one who has never heard about this?
Sidenote: I have repeatedly tried to get S to rent a PT Cruiser when we go on trips (it's a matter of principle, people). He always refuses. Then this weekend, he had a lapse of judgment and allowed me to pick the car (something tells me this will never happen again). Here is what we spent the weekend in:
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