1) To pick a winning costume (click link for a gallery of costume misses)
2) To make sure my kids somehow score enough Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups to keep me happy
3) To not be “That House”
“That House” – you know the one; the house that sucks. The one all the neighborhood kids talk crap about. Hey, I don’t want to be famous on my block for the wrong reasons.
So how do you make sure your neighbor gets the bad rap instead of you?
Here’s how to make sure your house doesn’t suck this Halloween:
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