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Evil Rich Bitch Wants To Know If She Has To Give Halloween Candy To The Poors

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Thirdly, YES bitch! The whole point of Halloween is to give out candy! It is not a social service, it is not charity- it’s just what the holiday is about. It should not matter who it is given out to- it is money out of your pocket regardless so am I to believe that it is not spending money on candy that bothers her, just the fact that this candy might go to some unworthy child from a less wealthy neighborhood? This is literally unreal. In fact, I am hoping against hope that this is fake because the thought of someone like this existing actually makes me doubt the future of humanity. This line of thinking is simply abhorrent and not to be tolerated.

Luckily, Prudence agreed with me. Her response was brilliant and here is the best part:

Your whine makes me kind of wish that people from the actual poor side of town come this year not with scary costumes but with real pitchforks. Stop being callous and miserly and go to Costco, you cheapskate, and get enough candy to fill the bags of the kids who come one day a year to marvel at how the 1 percent live.

Also, not that it needs defending, but for various reasons, some people cannot or do not want to trick-or-treat in their own neighborhood. I was one of those kids. I lived in a very rural area and we could not simply stroll up and down the busy county route with no shoulder and go to houses a full quarter of a mile apart. So every year, we would go into the village of our town and trick-or-treat there. I doubt my mother thought anything of it. Sure, we didn’t pay village taxes, but did it matter? We were little kids on Halloween and we deserved to go trick-or-treating. Apparently, some people feel otherwise- that kids should stick to “their own” and not go into neighborhoods where they do not live. I don’t want these people for my neighbors or my fellow humans, period. I am so sad at the thought that there are probably a lot more of them out there than we want to think about.

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