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I had to You Can’t Scare Me I’m A Mother Of Nightmares Halloween Shirt unload about 7-10 pallets of Halloween themed candy earlier this week. Yesterday there was a display set up. I do live in a state in New England though, so who knows. Someone posted a poll on my local next door page about whether they will be taking their kids trick-or-treating this year. I believe the results were like 50 percent yes, 30 percent maybe, and 20 percent no. So yeah… I’m definitely expecting a bunch of infected little zombie kids walking around on the 31st.