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  • halloween question....

    so being too old for trick or treating (by many years...but not being interested in it anyway....i do see older people trick or treating and wonder...WHY?) i was thinking of heading to disneyland for halloween or the day before or something! i dont really understand their actual halloween night extravaganza....rnt most of the rights closed...and its in DCA! could someone explain why its exciting??? but seeing as i probably wont attend it...is it going to be crowded the whole halloween season because of their new "changes"...and r any rides shut down or other bad things that might make me want to reconsider????

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    Re: halloween question....

    It's an alternative to having your kids trick or treat in the streets
    Last edited by minnietoo; 09-24-2006, 10:48 AM. Reason: fix spelling
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    • #3
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      I have a friend (well a friend of a frenemy) who went on Halloween last year at Disneyland and apparently he went on every ride...twice!
      The daydream princess

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        Re: halloween question....

        Originally posted by belleariel412 View Post
        so being too old for trick or treating (by many years...but not being interested in it anyway....i do see older people trick or treating and wonder...WHY?)
        I see your point. I wonder the same when I see a 50+ old gentleman all by himself get on Dumbo / Astrogliders etc. Or what about the older folks who're standing in line to get an autograph from Minnie?

        But then again... I've been trying to catch Captain Jack, and I know that when I do, I'll pretend he's real. It's part of the magic. You can act like a kid if you want to.

        To each his own.

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          Halloween has become a popular Adult holiday.

          Just look at the crowds Knott's gets for its Halloween Haunt events (which is designed for adults, and not recommended for kids), also the Universal Studios events in Orlando, and now in Hollywood, designed for adults.

          Six Flags offers Fright Fest, which they advertise as Family by Day, Fright by night.

          Knott's also has a kids friendly event on weekends during regular park hours.

          And while Adults don't trick or treat, they enjoy having fun just like kids do!
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            ^^^^^

            What he said.
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            This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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            • #7
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              yeah what Dave said. I love seeing all the decorations, and man have you seen the bog kids that come to the door trick or treating? I give them candy, I figure they just do not want to grow up yet, its fun and they would miss it. So yeah, we as adults love all things holloween

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                Re: halloween question....

                My friend (whos in is mid to late 30's although he doesn't look it) tried to make me go trick-or-treating last year. I figure MHT is a less embarassing way for him to fulfill his need to go trick-or-treating.

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                • #9
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                  I always give the parents of kids trick-or-treating treats. Because, they probably got the kids costumes, and if they're brave enough to stand in the cold - they deserve treats too!!!
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