Halloween Candy Dilemma
This is just a quick post because I'm short on time, but I have a Halloween candy dilemma and would like your advice. Here's the problem. I just realized that Halloween is less than a week away and I haven't bought any candy to pass out. Typically, I buy what I like and what I like is chocolate. I'll pass out Snickers, Kit Kat, Reese's Cups, Milky Way, Butterfinger – pretty much name brand candy with chocolate wrapped around some kind of filler stuff inside. I mean, what the hell is nougat, anyway? I've never known, but I ate it. The reason I passed out the stuff I like, besides nibbling on it, is that I never wanted to be the guy who passes out the cheap candy. No Candy Corn or Sweet Tarts, or that no-name crap that I threw out when I was a kid. When a kid leaves my house, I want them to think they scored the good stuff (unless they like Sweet Tarts).
The Halloween candy dilemma is that I've been on a fitness kick the last couple of months and I'm making progress. Loading up with a bunch of candy that I like is probably not the smartest move right now. Then again, my alternative is to get stuff that I don't like and take the risk that the kids will be disappointed. Some of them probably like Skittles, but I still figure most of them want some M&M's or something with chocolate in it.
So what do you recommend? Get the stuff I like and try not to eat it, or get stuff and take the chance that the kids will accept it? I suppose my other choice is to turn off all the lights and hope the little buggers don't ring my doorbell, but that seems wrong. I'm one of those houses that folks can trust every year and I have to disappoint.