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    Chocolate covered truffles! Just make sure there are no pigs around to gobble them up before the trick-or-treaters show up!
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    MONEY!
     

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    Money can't buy you Love. (A close physical immitation of it maybe...?)
     

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    I think the best candy is the Dip Sticks. The Candy Sticks with the Sugar stuff you dip it in.. Yummy.. Or Pixie Sticks..

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    I can't help but throw into this discussion.
    How about the eyeball gum, or gummy worms. But my favorite part is serving them in my Brain Candy prop.


    Sorry, this seems like a plug and it is, but what is funny is I really do use the Brain Candy or Dip Head to give out my candy. I love the hesitance on the kids faces when they go for the candy. Some really like it.
    LOL.
    Sorry, I can't help it. :twisted:
     

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    My old Spookmobile had a parade attachment, a fishing pole from the front, hanging a Hershey bar right infront of the trap door with the steel skull that turned it's head and "talked", it said, "Don't you kids like Hershey bars anymore?"
    Not one kid ever tried to walk up and grab it, ever!
    (Of course inside the Hershey bar wrapper was a piece of 1/4inch plywood.)
     

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    And I thought it would be a "prize" from Mr. Tuxedo.
     

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    LOL ok you can eat them there just not very tasty or easy to chew!:roll:
    Sorry I like usable stuff that is practical! I will try not to do it again!:-D
    I collect them all year and hand them and little toys! I shop and pick up bargain deals at the party stores and oriental trading co and all over hit up the clearance isle and spike up your hand outs with fun stuff! Other wise I have always loved POPCORN BALLS! When I was a kid I always got them home made and they were always my favorite!
    BTW The razor blade one was really funny!
     

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    Ah, such memories...waaaay back before a few mean tempered sociopaths ruined things, I personally enjoyed the homemade popcorn balls you'd sometimes get. (and if they stuck to some loose pieces of candy in the bottom of your bag, that just made it SO much better!) My current favorite would have to be the chewy peanut butter kisses that come in the black and orange wrappers...
    "We all go a little mad sometimes..."

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