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Somebody needs to fess up. The thief must be shamed in the Town Square. at ONCE!!!!! I was TOTALLY against allowing the other parks to trick-or-treat in our affluent park of Spring Meadows, but y'all voted, overruled me as the manager of the trailer park, and allowed all the townsfolk of Henpecked Junction to come and flood our nice grounds. SEE WHAT HAPPENED BECAUSE OF YOUR DUMB VOTE?

I put out a huge bowl of Halloween candy at 6 PM when I left for the party over at Town Square. SOMEONE stole it all like within 15 minutes because Earl Krapnus told me his daughter said there wasn't any candy left on my porch. I had a sign that strictly said ONLY TAKE ONE PIECE. Some rat hooligan stole it all - probably dumped it all in their pillowcase. I'll find out who did this and when I do - you will RUE THE DAY you stole Myrtle Swineboggler's candy.

Stealing Halloween candy from porches is not only illegal but also unethical. It's important to respect other people's property and belongings, and taking something that doesn't belong to you is considered theft.

Halloween is a fun and exciting holiday for kids and adults alike, and it's important to celebrate it in a safe and respectful manner and is best to do this tradition in your own trailer park and not co-mingle parks.. Hey, thief - Instead of stealing candy, try to participate in a community trick-or-treat event, where you can collect candy from homes that are participating in the holiday.

If you're worried about the safety of your own home's Halloween decorations or candy, you can take steps to prevent theft by keeping your porch lights on, installing security cameras, and keeping an eye out for suspicious behavior in your neighborhood. Remember that stealing candy or damaging property can have serious consequences, and it's always better to celebrate Halloween in a safe and respectful way.

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