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smh

Sarasota, FL

#1 Oct 12, 2012
Which day is trick-or-treating? The Friday before, the Saturday before or on the 31st?
Thanks!

Since: Feb 12

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#2 Oct 13, 2012
Since Halloween falls on a Wednesday, why would T or T not be on that evening/night?
Duh

Jackson, TN

#3 Oct 13, 2012
It is on Halloween night the 31st. The city does not change trick or treating unless it happens to fall on a Saturday. I work for the city.
True

United States

#4 Oct 16, 2012
Duh wrote:
It is on Halloween night the 31st. The city does not change trick or treating unless it happens to fall on a Saturday. I work for the city.
Why would they change it if it fell on a Saturday?
True

United States

#5 Oct 16, 2012
Duh wrote:
It is on Halloween night the 31st. The city does not change trick or treating unless it happens to fall on a Saturday. I work for the city.
Halloween 2 years ago fell on a Sunday and it was changed! Halloween this year is on a Wednesday (Church night) so most are expecting it to be changed to a different day!
Nice

United States

#6 Oct 16, 2012
Last time it fell on a Church Day no one was home and my kids didn't get squat. Got a feeling it will be the same.
really

Dallas, TX

#7 Oct 17, 2012
Halloween is on Oct 31, not some other day because the 31st is a church day or my birthday or whatever other nonsense you come up with. This is such a stupid practice. If you want to go to church, go to church, if you want to celebrate Halloween, celebrate, but don't change the holiday because YOU want your cake and eat it too.
Bleh

Jackson, TN

#8 Oct 17, 2012
really wrote:
Halloween is on Oct 31, not some other day because the 31st is a church day or my birthday or whatever other nonsense you come up with. This is such a stupid practice. If you want to go to church, go to church, if you want to celebrate Halloween, celebrate, but don't change the holiday because YOU want your cake and eat it too.
It's not about what YOU'RE gonna do. It's about if the city is going to "officially" change the night you idiot. It doesn't matter anyways because most of the time, trick or treaters will come out on both the official night and the actual night. And it will be the same ones. So give em some candy or don't answer the door at all, your choice. If I need to borrow some toilet paper, I'll just come by your trailer and get some off of the trees.
lmao

United States

#9 Oct 17, 2012
really wrote:
Halloween is on Oct 31, not some other day because the 31st is a church day or my birthday or whatever other nonsense you come up with. This is such a stupid practice. If you want to go to church, go to church, if you want to celebrate Halloween, celebrate, but don't change the holiday because YOU want your cake and eat it too.
You're an idiot AND a moron!!! And, I bet you have no kids... Smh, what a loser you are!!!
Dont Knock On My Door

Jackson, TN

#10 Oct 17, 2012
Those HOOD RATS dont need any candy. Those little f__uckers will trick or treat for a week by the Caddy load......
BEWARE

Decaturville, TN

#11 Oct 17, 2012
Dont Knock On My Door wrote:
Those HOOD RATS dont need any candy. Those little f__uckers will trick or treat for a week by the Caddy load......
What do you mean LITTLE, last year we had several car loads of them all wearing hoodies over their head. I bet not one was under 12. Some looked over 20 yrs old. It's concerning to have four or five of them show up demanding candy. All they while they are looking in your front door casing your place out!!!!
really

Dallas, TX

#12 Oct 17, 2012
lmao wrote:
<quoted text>
You're an idiot AND a moron!!! And, I bet you have no kids... Smh, what a loser you are!!!
Oh...ok...I'm a loser because I don't think the city should be able to change the day a holiday is on.....whatever.....make sure you ask for forgiveness on Wednesday night at church for being so mean.......
really

Dallas, TX

#13 Oct 17, 2012
Bleh wrote:
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It's not about what YOU'RE gonna do. It's about if the city is going to "officially" change the night you idiot. It doesn't matter anyways because most of the time, trick or treaters will come out on both the official night and the actual night. And it will be the same ones. So give em some candy or don't answer the door at all, your choice. If I need to borrow some toilet paper, I'll just come by your trailer and get some off of the trees.
I don't think I ever said what I was going to do....and I live in a trailer because I dont think the city should change holidays to pacify a certain religion?....yeah ok.....whatever....know it all....
Missy

Jackson, TN

#14 Oct 30, 2012
LVF1979 wrote:
Since Halloween falls on a Wednesday, why would T or T not be on that evening/night?
What are the official hours for trick-or-treating Halloween night in Jackson?

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