Aaaaaaaaaaallllll of it! That's why I buy Peanut Butter cups and raisins -- I know we'll be eating at least some of it and usually most of it. Most of the "commercial issue" Hallowe'en stuff does not turn our crank, but those we enjoy. And, we both have offices to help.
Didn't buy any - I live in a retirment community (or, as we prefer to say "an over 55 active adult community!" Since it is private property, we don't get trick or treaters - plus, it is a bit in the country!
We don't buy for trick-or-treaters. I got DH a smaller bag or recee cups yesterday and he got a little baggie at work yesterday, so whatever is left of that. Really it's not too much. I must go to Walmart and rectify that situation. I like to get stuff that's good in the freezer so it's around for that rainy day. But then with DH that doesnt always work because he likes candy and he likes candy frozen. What am I going to do with him once we have kids!?!
I did not buy any cause we never get trick or treaters (we live in the country) and we take the kids to a fall festival anyway. The kids have some candy from that. At least we are not over loaded and tempted with it.
Why are so many women here afraid to eat candy? Its just candy lol, im so sick of women trying to "watch their figure". I wish people would just enjoy life, and enjoy candy! It seems mean to not buy candy and pass it out to the kids just because you dont want to eat any.
We don't usually buy candy for trick-or-treaters because I take our kids to Grandma's on Halloween and we trick-or-treat over there. DH always has to work on Halloween, so there's no one home to pass out candy. My kids have plenty left though! (And they're usually willing to share. )
We didnt buy any since we live in an apartment complex. But the people at work had a bunch leftover and they brought it in. There were Hershey's bars, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Almond Joys, and yummy gummy body parts. I had so much candy today, it was horrible for my diet.