Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Halloween

Nope computer still down but had to blog this.

Last night I find some new reasons to dislike Halloween. First off when I get home I figure all the trick n treating foolishness was done but no they still keep coming by the house for the candy that the wife got.

Now me I like me some chocolates and candy so I dont know why she would be giving way all the chocolates like that for.

Anyways so the wife had to go out which left me and the baby at home. Baby sleeping, I turn off the lights outside which I'm told is the universal language for no we dont have any candy so piss off and leave us alone. Did that stop the trick or treaters?. Oh hell no. And ringing the doorbell multiple times and banging the rass door like I aint had nothing better to do that play conceirge opening door for them with a fake saccharine like smile and pretending I know what they supposed to be. Chupse!

I even answering the door dressed in a hoodie over my head thinking that somebody would say boy that house got in a igrant looking black fella dont go cross deyso. Ya think they get the hint. Chupse!

And of course you know what happen with all that banging and ringing? Yep baby wake up crying now. Chupse! See why I dont deal with all this foolish halloween business.

But ya know what the funny thing about Halloween was though. Well funny in hindsight not so humourous last night. The funny thing was that is only like 5 children in my neighbourhood so how come about 60 children and them parents was banging down my door? And how come one woman was trick or treating with her kids by car? No seriously. I open the door give them candy and they went back up the driveway hop in a jeep and went away. I thought this trick or treating thing was a walk around thing. Since when is drive and stop for candy. I mean think about it the children obese enough already, walking around to get the candy is probably all the excercise their lazy asses get all week and you driving them to pick up the candy?

And why at 9 o clock these two big hardback women without kids show up trick or treating at my door? And it didnt even like they was in any sort of costume? What gives with that?

That is why see me when I win the lottery I building a moat round my house and filling it with Piranas. Chupse!

13 comments:

Melody said...

Don't say U gave de grey-back women any candy -- it's just wrong. Temporarily disconnectin' de doorbell helps, but wid de trick-or-treaters U've got, U prob'ly gotta try a sign: "Not responsible for the morbid illness trick-or-treaters contract from this household." But no -- that might just excite dem. Ah used 2 give dem dried fruit, granola, healthy stuff they didn't value-- they don't even ring any more.

Amadeo said...

Try this sign...There is No Candy and Santa Claus isn't real. I bet that will keep them away.

Miz JJ said...

Trick or treating by car. Loves it. If your kids can be chauffered around in a jeep running up all your gas you might as well buy the damn candy yourself.

SimplEnigma said...

LOL...Join the club. This year, I decided for the first time to check out the annual NYC Halloween parade. Mind you, I've lived here since 1994, and never once had the inkling, but I said lemme go, and now I know why I've never gone before.

Even having dinner in a restaurant (we sat by the door) dese blasted pickney kept bumping me bout trick or treat...

Now I know why we doh celebrate dem tings dey back home.

Anonymous said...

Hey man. You should've been prepared. Maybe the kids weren't scared off because wearing that hoodie made them think you were dressing up like a Sith Lord. As for the exercise thing, it'll wear off once they start on the candy. Stop over a brother's blog won't you?

princessdominique said...

Sorry to hear about your computer. I wondered why you've been so low key. You should have posted a picture. I'm nosey.

Abeni said...

Can't you just not give? I remember once in NJ I just didn't answer the doorbell since I was fed up of it.

Lol@hardback women.Why should kids get all the candy

slybabyk said...

DWL Reading this made me glad that I dolled the baby up as a moo cow and headed out with my friends and their kids... nothing pisses me off more than other people waking up the baby after i've fought to put her to sleep!

Luke Cage said...

Well... I guess I'm the only one on the panel that actually enjoys the ruckus of the little ones coming by for candy. Not to mention, the new age of transportation, mom in a car with the lil tikes looking for candy via door to door while she sits in the car. That's actually not new, but it still takes some getting used to. I feel you man, and then again more importantly, I don't have a baby at home either to keep asleep during the trick or treating hours.

Anonymous said...

The oldies, need to stop coming around, last year I handed out more lectures than candies. This year, we bought some cheap awful candy, and I think word got around, cuz no one came by. Poor kiddies. I loved your comment about 5 kids in the area, and 60 showing up. So true.

Anonymous said...

Halloween sounds like fun for the kids and torture for the householders. Hush it's just for one night.

Lene said...

hahahahahahaha.. ahh the memories. I used to be one of those rabblerousers banging doors like i was the po-lice. I would wear my hoodie, and say i was dressed up like a juvenile delinquent. If they never gave up the loot, I would throw rocks at the windows.

I even tried to get candy at a Wendy's drive-thru. They rolled up the window on my ass, and went back to the fryer.

I feel for you though. What you should have done was given out wack candy like Butterthumbs, Milky Walk, and bootleg Rockets.

Ravenbajan said...

LOL.. I don't get the car thing either. It wasn't like it was -20 out. If you want the candy you should be WALKING for it. Half the parents could use the exercise too.