Razorblades in my stupid apple.
There's way more messed up shit to watch out for that razor blades. Sewing Needles, thumb tacks, glass shards, small nails and screws...
I got oranges once. I was happy.
I may have never gotten an apple, but I have gotten coke! :D ... the soda..
I could never find that video of Supernatural where a guy was picking off razor blades off of the roof of his mouth.
I've received fruit before...and I didn't mind.
Can never understand the logic.
I have actually had one given to me before when i was around 10. Luckily it was a friken apple and had little to no appeal to me until my parents actually saw it later that night.
i got an orange once :/
No idea but there are some messed up people out there.
Oh that's an urban myth perpetuated by soccer moms...
then you got lucky Craig. I got like 4 or 5 apples every year when i trick or treated. Then i turned 13 and started buying my own candy. And TP for those houses that gave me an Apple >:)
Remember kids, don't take candy from strangers!
...except on Halloween. Then it's totally fine.
See the problem here? On Halloween, we go ask for candy from STRANGERS.
You never know what you might get...
I think the story goes they use to give out apples long ago, but someone found a razor blade in one once so now no one hands them out.
Did they just straight up hate kids?
it's something that is told to every American kid growing up. "watch out for razor blades in your candy". From everything I gather it's pretty much a myth. Who the hell gives out apples anyways? I've never received one - or any piece of fruit for that matter.
There was, to my knowledge, one instance where someone put razor blades in the candy that they gave to kids. The parents found out before anyone was hurt but the reputation precedes itself now.
This is a danger when going trick or treating to houses these days. Some fuck heads will put something sharp in candy or apples to cause bad shit to happen if your not aware
..Alright..Someone needs to verify this for me. That or somebody accidentally googled razorblade in my apple and thought it would be a reason to hate Halloween.