I know I have written posts before about candy, but this Halloween I especially agree with the posts I wrote. I was passing out candy this year at my boyfriend’s parents house, and so I got to witness all the kids with cute costumes. So when I think of Halloween, I think of kids dressing up, going around to houses to get candy. But with the candy, comes the traditions and friendly neighbors and saying "trick of treat". But NO, nothing like this, this year. I was so shocked when I saw parents not even conversing or enjoying Halloween. Most of the kids I gave candy too did not even say trick or treat, and just assumed they would get candy. I understand kids want candy, but can’t they be polite? And its not like I was in a bad area, it was Twinsburg. But needless to say, kids need to be more polite or they will not be getting candy. And on top of that, why do kids need so much candy to be happy on Halloween. I think we need to start thinking of other treats on Halloween to pass out so kids can be healthier. It has been shown kids only should eat a piece or two a day, but looking at my cousins, they eat ten to twenty or more pieces on Halloween night. What does that say about our society and parenting today?