Amid clusters of impossibly cute costumed kids on Halloween night, you get other trick-or-treaters who don't seem to fit in. Maybe it's that they are older than the rest, or show up in plain clothes with not even a face mask in sight. But is that a deal-breaker, or is everyone welcome to claim candy on your porch on Halloween?
Growing up, I loved trick-or-treating and I was one of those who dressed up and went trick or treating all through high school. I would take my younger brother along as my cover so if people asked why I was out, I simply said I was being a nice sister and taking him trick or treating.
Now that I own a house and pass out candy, I see several teens going around on Halloween gathering treats. I gladly pass out candy to anyone that comes to my door, but I know others who get upset that the older kids go around collecting candy.
So, White Lake-Highland Patch wants to know: