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MrChris80 October 31st, 2014 5:15pm

Would you consider your neighborhood a good neighborhood for trick-or-treating?

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catpillow Florida West Coast
10/31/14 8:15 pm

It's mostly retired people and the houses are close together, so it probably would be good; but there aren't any trick or treaters.

10/31/14 8:01 pm

Yes they where out in little zombie human hoards

BrittneyBunny Maryland
10/31/14 8:00 pm

Yes! I live in military housing and we welcome the Japanese workers and their families as well. A lot of houses spend $300-$400 worth of candy. If my little one was able to eat candy, he would easily come home with multiple large bags of candy.

JDoe Its a gift
10/31/14 7:23 pm

In the mountains with no side walks and long walks between houses. Almost 20 years and we've had one trick-or-treater.

Casper Deep inthe Heart ofTexas
10/31/14 7:18 pm

I had at least 100 kids. Most were very cute. Most had parents at the sidewalk. Extremely diverse cultures. It's one of the things we like about where we are now.

Casper Deep inthe Heart ofTexas
10/31/14 7:19 pm

However, I turned the lights off after recognizing the same older kids coming back for the third time.

swjboucher Just Run
10/31/14 3:21 pm

I have no neighborhood.

HappyLez No Worries... Be Happy
10/31/14 1:02 pm

I live in an Adult Community so there's no kids... :)

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
10/31/14 12:51 pm

Not the best when it comes to streetlights but it's very residential and pretty nice.

EarlyBird Portland
10/31/14 10:53 am

Not at all. We live in an isolated area where no kids in their right minds would venture :)