The good old days with Santa Clause, the tooth fairy, the Great Pumpkin, and the Easter Bunny. Things were much less stressful then.
Vee, "good old days" reflections are a function of aging, dear heart.(I do it, too. A lot.)
Reckon does somebody rate pumpkin patches according to their SQ (sincerity quotient)?
Chuck, maybe. A trip to the pumpkin patch to fetch the gourd is a popular activity. And if there is a corn maze in conjunction with that, WOW! btw, Do you say "pump-kin" or pungh-in"?
I'm thinkin' maybe the father should go out and get his own spoils! (I just flashed on the fact that my mother would give out pennies! She would have a huge bowl full and a big spoon and kids would be able to spoon out the pennies themselves. Of course that was back in the days when a penny was worth something!)
Grace, just a spoonful of pennies keep the tricksters at bay. ♫I suspect that a grown man out trick-or-treating would be thrown in the pokey. Better to let the kid do it.
If I revert to my early days it would be "Punk In." Not that I was ever a punk, it was just the way we talked back then/there.
Oh that Davidicus reading was most weighty, and requires great exposition as to its underlying meanings.
Sharkbytes, neither short-change nor defraud the parent who giveth you life and sustenance. And so on.
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