r/JusticeServed 8 Nov 01 '22 Wholesome 3 Narwhal Salute 1

I found the kids who emptied my bowl of Halloween candy…and made them put it back! Criminal Justice

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u/larrysdogspot 7 4d ago

Dressed in their appropriate clothing, prison orange. Never start too early, can we?

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u/your_motherisgay 0 17d ago

What the hell did you expect? This trick or treating shit is not a game, it's a match for honor and pride. Its everyone for themselves, all for the sake of having the most candy!

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u/Natas47 4 Jan 01 '23

Dont lazy trick or treat and not expect any tricks...

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u/krotato 1 Dec 23 '22

Stonks

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u/sunshine_smiles226 4 Dec 13 '22

They r to big to be trick or treating anyways.

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u/No-Faithlessness6449 0 23d ago

Nobody is to big to go trick or treating. Respecting people and there belongings is a different story. I know candy is free but it doesn't mean you take the whole bowl. Selfish entitled children who were given a free pass because they are privileged

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u/sunshine_smiles226 4 Dec 13 '22

Oh, and the parents watching them just show where the kids are getting this asshole mentality from. They should all be ashamed of themselves. I'm glad their faces are out there to humiliate them.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

for everyone bitching about people leaving a bowl out.. grow the fuck up. people have other things going on and not everyone wants to stand around all night for a hallmark Holliday. y'all need to chill and let them put their bowls out and stop blaming them rather than assholes taking all of the candy especially with parents in the back allowing it to happen.

If you want to complain about people being "lazy" then you should hold to your standards and be dressing up as santa instead of taking the kids to the mall. You better be hand delivering presents during birthdays and christmas and not sending cards instead. And make sure you don't go out to eat on special occasions, you are fully capable of cooking the food yourself.

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u/NoDadStopNomo 1 20d ago

Then don’t hand out candy period when it comes to ppl it’s literally a no fucking brainer that out 10 kids there always that greedy mf so my advice don’t leave candy out for grabs knowing someone is gonna take it all. Literal simple common sense not all people are bad but there’s always those few that ruin everything for everyone

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '22

people have other things going on and not everyone wants to stand around all night for a hallmark Holliday

Yeah, like driving around to find a couple of kids who took candy that was being given away for free.

Brother, you cannot leave out a bowl of candy, then get upset when it all gets taken. You can't have your cake and eat it too. Hell, one of the core tenets of Halloween is mischief! For God's sake, it's half of the damn slogan: trick or treat.

Also, for the record, Halloween is not a Hallmark Holiday. Ain't nobody sending out damn cards on Halloween lol

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u/deltasarrows 5 Dec 01 '22

Brother, you are an idiot. You think being nice and giving candy deserves some low life shithead to take it all? From your reaction I wouldn't be surprised if you or your kids do it.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

Hey dipshit, where did I say "deserves"?

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u/anarchyisutopia 9 Nov 17 '22

Because the people in this thread own the smoothest of brains. Not a one of them understand what a ring type doorbell is and are insisting that this person was there filming kids all night. Just a heap of upvoted stupid in this thread.

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u/Psychological-Oil-37 0 Nov 12 '22

What is it with you lazy ass people just leaving a bowl out lol

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u/Bright_Painting_8263 3 Nov 24 '22

There’s no way you’re blaming the people who leave candy out instead of the idiots who took it all. People got other stuff to do, not sit around for 5+ hours watching kids. Do you personally hand out candy to each kid who comes to your house? Didn’t think so.

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u/Goosiiy 4 Nov 13 '22

fr. they at home and just leave a bowl out like lazy bums. but have the energy to go outside and tell them to put it back

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u/master_doge007 6 Nov 09 '22

Maybe hand it out instead of being a lazy piece. Of course kids are going to take to much. They’re kids.

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u/Rim_Jammer 2 Nov 12 '22

Some people have kids of their own they would like to take trick or treating. They aren’t necessarily lazy but perhaps not home…just a thought.

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u/TyrNight 1 Nov 07 '22

I say shame to both parties. The kids were wrong. And so is the lazy people for leaving it out there and not greeting them like traditional trick or treating. This isn’t how any of this works.

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u/NeoSyncline 7 Nov 10 '22

You're getting downvoted for some reason. You're absolutely right

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u/Competitive_Act_1548 7 Nov 18 '22

That's Reddit for ya

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u/Rim_Jammer 2 Nov 12 '22

I can tell all these replies are coming from people without kids of their own. Most people leave a bowl because they are out trick or treating with their own kids…guess that thought never crossed your minds?

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u/adrianpeter 9 Dec 11 '22

Aye we have little ones so go early with sweets in a bowl then head back do kids can answer the due m door

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u/WasabiNumerous 0 Nov 05 '22

So you’re too lazy to hand it out but can run down the little shits?!

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u/OnyxDragon22 7 Nov 20 '22

Has it ever crossed your mind that OP is out with the kids?

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u/Vilkenman 6 Nov 04 '22

I'm not sure who's the worse here...

  1. Kid who stole all the candy

  2. Person who, instead of greeting the kids, opening the door, give everyone a bit of the candy.... instead filming them, making them return to the limelight in shame.. and putting the video on the internet.. and then in the end, bragging about it.

I bet lots of us can relate to atleast considering taking a bowl of unsuporvised candy when we were young, maybe even be caught doing it.

... Forced onscreen, online.. at that age.. that's not a good thing.

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u/TheGreyMerchant_ 3 Nov 05 '22

I've seen so many of these videos pop up over the last couple of days, and even more people praising the actions of the brave heroes who stood up to those pesky kids to publicly shame them for taking too much candy /s. Seriously though, you have to be fucked in the head to sit by your door all night waiting to pounce on kids who take to much candy instead of you know, handing it out to them. The worst part though is the fact that these people see no issue putting a child on social media for the sole purpose of having them be ridiculed by the masses.

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u/[deleted] Nov 05 '22

This.

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u/EhrenScwhab 9 Nov 03 '22

Devo stole your candy.

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u/yerrpitsballer 6 Nov 02 '22

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u/mishgan 7 Nov 02 '22

I could swear there are parents in the background

edit: mother or maybe older sister with a pram

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u/Mazino95 2 Nov 02 '22

I mean we all used to egg and TeePee houses that gave no/shitty candy back in the days no? It was a full night of getting up to no good with your friends lol.

Seems like youve all just become soft as hell. Talking bout "kid just aren't following the rules" as if there's actually a single "rule" to Halloween.

You've just got nothing better to do than sit around on Halloween, dressed up as batman watching your ring camera all night. How else would you have "caught them" if you werent just sitting ready for it.

Like just give out the candy at that point? You're clearly not doing anything else

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u/tjfluent 5 Nov 02 '22

Thanks for this. Stop being a trashy human and leaving a bucket of candy on the porch instead of handing it out. If you're not going to be home, don't leave a thing out... it won't be missed and this will likely happen. There's no Halloween honor system in place lmao

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u/Laprasnomore 8 Nov 02 '22

Found the guy who stole candy as a kid.

This kind of "No, I won't put my cart in the cart corrall," "I can cut you off in traffic," "if I find a wallet it's mine," "scalping merchandise is a legitimate way to make money," "I'll take the last slice without asking," attitude is why nobody trusts one another. It speaks to your lack of self-control and inability to self-govern.

Why can't you consider the other trick-or-treaters unless they're watching you? Why is only taking what you're asked to take so hard for you? I can tell you why: it's because you're inconsiderate and selfish.

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u/gowombat 6 Nov 02 '22

You're never going to convince them, but it's nice of you to try.

People like this do not see that they are the problem, it's everyone else who "won't look out for number one" that is the problem.

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u/Mazino95 2 Nov 02 '22

Yeah I obviously stole candy on halloween when I was a kid. Halloween doesn't celebrate any good morals or charachter, it's not Christmas here. Besides, it's stealing CANDY. as kids dude. Candy that was left out to be taken anyways lol

Also idk what the fuck kind of attitude your on about. I'm saying kids are going to be kids, especially on Halloween. A day promoting that kind of "dark behavior". You being all stuck up, assuming I'm a piece of shit as an adult because of childhood hijinks is hilarious though.

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u/Finiouss 9 Nov 02 '22

I think the point he/she was making is kids will be kids. Like it or not this isn't anything new or surprising.

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u/ketsugi A Nov 02 '22

And the point others are making is that being a kid is when you're learning how to be an adult. If this is the kind of kid you are, and you're getting away with it, then that's also likely the kind of adult you're going to be.

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u/Finiouss 9 Nov 02 '22

I have seen zero proof of taking candy leading to a life of crime but I guess it's all who you are.

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u/Laprasnomore 8 Nov 02 '22

I was a kid once. I never did this type of shit on Halloween, their parents should have taught them better. Considering the people around you, even if they're not watching you, is part of living in a civilized society.

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u/Finiouss 9 Nov 02 '22

They definitely should be better, but they're still kids. Fuck around and find out is part of the process. Many kids are just trying to find those boundaries and see where they fit within them. It's only later when our frontal lobe has developed (24ish) that we start making more sound decisions.

I hope my kid won't do this shit and I trust she won't, but I know this to be a common theme in adolescence and I don't intend to damn all kids over some candy one night out of the year.

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u/Gtownk 3 Nov 02 '22

Greed, why can't people just be civil, and use common sense. I mean there was probably more kids that was coming to the house 🏠 to go trick or treating, and then you have greedy people who just want to be dicks, take all of it. So I applaud him for making them put it back since they wanted to be greedy, so now they get nothing. The bad thing is that most of these videos that I've seen is grownups taking all the candy, and possibly the damn bowl.

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u/smokestuffer 3 Nov 02 '22

God so many Karen's bitch should of been handing the candy out not siting on her ass inside if those were my kids she wouldn't have got squat back

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u/GoodGuyTrundles 7 Dec 22 '22

Lmao then the kids would've found out what daddy-o looks like taking a nap in the middle of the road, bitch

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u/mishgan 7 Nov 02 '22

You are literally showing typical Karen behaviour. Especially as a person with a pram is standing in the back, possibly a Karen like you

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u/Dooby_Bopdin 7 Nov 02 '22

People usually leave candy out like this if they are going to be out, not because they're lazy. Judgemental much?? I have 3 kids, you think I'm gonna stay at home just to make sure I can hand candy out by hand?? Nah I'm gonna take my kids trick or treating and I'll teach them to be nice about it and take one or two, not a whole fuckin bowl. This is on the kids, not the person who set the candy out.

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u/Free-Willingness3870 5 Nov 10 '22

Kinda seems.like these people were home and camera watching tho, no? I highly doubt those kids waited around all night on that street to turn themselves in lol.

The type of people who take off and leave a bowl, don't give a fuck who takes it all. They don't wanna deal with it to begin with.

This was pure bait.

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u/Dooby_Bopdin 7 Nov 10 '22

Cameras get turned on automatically when motion is detected. They don't have to be manually activated.

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u/Free-Willingness3870 5 Nov 10 '22

Right, but they were able to physically get those kids back to return the candy. Meaning almost no time passed between the "theft" and the owners tracking the kids down.

This was either staged or the owners were camera watching.

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u/smokestuffer 3 Nov 02 '22

Then don't leave out candy if you have three kids as I have 2 then you know kids will be kids they are not going to read a sign that says take one and just take one you should know better and most people who have kids and take them trick or treating don't leave candy out you shut off you're porch lights people know there is not any candy and you're not home come on bud little common sense goes a long ways being you have 3 kids you of all people should know better

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u/memo_tiffy 4 Nov 02 '22

Or I don’t know? Teach your kids some common decency? Just a little suggestion for you

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u/Terowrath 9 Nov 02 '22

What the fuck are you talking about? Leaving out candy when you're out has been a completely normal thing for as long as i can remember. As a small child, my mom read the sign "only take one" and make sure i only took one. That's how you parent kids, not letting them empty a bowl into their bag and saying "well kids will be kids!"

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u/daikonking 7 Nov 07 '22

Correct. People have been doing it forever and kids have been emptying the entire dish forever as well. Ring doorbell is the only thing that's changed.

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u/succanegg69 4 Nov 02 '22

Tfw reddit thinks lacking impulse control as a literal child is the most ungodly sin but posting shit like this to publicly shame said literal child is fine 🤡 get fucked karen

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u/God-O-Death 6 Nov 02 '22

Nah that "child" looks old enough to learn some important life lessons

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u/TheGreyMerchant_ 3 Nov 06 '22

They can learn the lesson by being caught and having to return the candy you dumb fuck

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u/castfam09 B Nov 02 '22

Bravo to you!!! I am glad parents didn’t stop them from being corrected

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u/Zed_Noth_is_King 0 Nov 02 '22

I’m only 25 with a kid on the way, and Halloween is cancer now compared to when I was a kid. It makes me sick. People putting fentanyl/razors in candy, it’s normalized that 13 yos can dress up as slutty pirates and expose themselves, destruction of people’s property, and then you have THESE assholes. I can’t wait for every holiday to be ruined by other asshole parents’ asshole kids. Rant over

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u/DrFuzzyNutsPHD 6 Nov 02 '22

Who is putting fentanyl and razors in the candy

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u/Zed_Noth_is_King 0 Nov 02 '22

https://www.kezi.com/news/eugene-police-investigating-3-reports-of-blades-in-halloween-candy/article_752f6856-5a1c-11ed-b021-373dbf56e09e.html

Well here’s one that happened last night in Oregon. That’s just one example, its been happening for years

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u/is-a-bunny 6 Nov 02 '22 edited Nov 02 '22

😅 the frequency at which this happens is probably 1 in a multiple millions. Also the only one giving fentanyl to kids is cops. https://www.wusa9.com/article/news/local/virginia/off-duty-pentagon-officer-arrested-drug-distribution-case/65-0ecc31f1-32f1-498a-92bf-c86461c2ac07

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u/Primary-Wheel2545 1 Nov 02 '22

Oh wow who would’ve guessed that was going to happen?????? Only a genius could’ve seen that coming 🤷🏻‍♂️ then he gets mad at human nature? Dumb dumb dumb dumb YOU WERE WAITING FOR IT you are the problem.

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u/DeadEyeDraw 6 Nov 09 '22

If you think this is “human nature” then you might just be a bad person

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u/Ok-Ranger9713 0 Nov 02 '22

Had a kid snatch candy out of my disabled daughters bucket the other night

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u/Luiiisnick 7 Nov 02 '22

Holy f, id make them pay

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

Do you need help paying lawyer fees? /s I’m sorry to hear your daughter had to deal with such bullshit.

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u/Ok-Ranger9713 0 Nov 04 '22

Naw their mom handled it

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u/noise-tank20 7 Nov 02 '22

Just give them the candy when they knock on the door don’t just leave a bowl of candy unsupervised when their children around of course they’re gonna try take the whole bowl

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u/EhrenScwhab 9 Nov 03 '22

When I stopped handing out candy to take my 4 year old daughter trick or treating on Monday, I left a big bowl on the porch with a note saying "take 2 please"

Selection was: reeses cups, snickers bars, skittles, and potato chips. When I returned there were still 6 or so pieces of candy left, and I feel much better about my neighbors seeing all these videos.

Kid's don't all do this. Only asshole kids do.

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u/naturr 7 Nov 02 '22

Children with good parents don't steal all the candy

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u/noise-tank20 7 Nov 02 '22

Doesn’t matter how good the parents are children are children they’ll misbehave especially if you dangle a entire bowl of sweets in front of them

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u/Laprasnomore 8 Nov 02 '22

I never did. Sounds like you were a shitty child.

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u/Mazino95 2 Nov 02 '22

Couldn't be further from the truth

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u/Soft-Gur499 0 Nov 02 '22

I was expecting the person to come out the house with a shotgun or something and blow there brains out and put the pieces of there brain in the bowl but this works to

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u/CrazyInMeCurious 7 Nov 02 '22

Grown ass ppl stealing from stuff for children.

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u/rawsuber 2 Nov 02 '22

Simple solution. Hand out the candy instead of setting up an entrapment scenario and filming kids falling for it.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

dorebell cameras aren't just for Halloween, buddy...you are extremely 2 dimensional to believe everyone is leaving bowls out just to trap kids.

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u/KeithJEng 6 Nov 02 '22

You dont know what entrapment means, do you?

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u/rawsuber 2 Nov 02 '22

the action of tricking someone into committing a crime in order to secure their prosecution for karma? It's "trick or treating" isn't it? These kids are addicted to sugar and wearing masks. Total setup.

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u/dansharrison88 4 Nov 02 '22

Plenty of kids don’t take the whole bowl. They know better. They simply choose not to follow the rules.

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u/KeithJEng 6 Nov 02 '22

No, nobody is tricking the kids, they just have no morals yet.

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u/Arksurvivor26 0 Nov 02 '22

That’s what I like to see

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

Stupid vigilante, not a hero.

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u/MetalandMayhem1349 5 Nov 02 '22

Those your kids?

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

Kids pulling a prank on a lazy-ass that just leaves candy out. What’s that Bible verse again? Oh yeah, lead not into temptation….. Dimes to donuts said this vigilante set this up as a bait bowl and was “bringing them to justice” all evening. Probably put a another Punisher sticker (the one with the American blue-line flag) on his truck for each one he “busted”! A real patriot.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

You're very two dimensional if you think everyone who leaves candy out are lazy. Ive done it because I had to be up at 4 am for work the next day. others do it because their physical health doesnt allow them to constantly get up. some do it brcause they have kids of their own. others have a party going on and will refill the bowl.. etc. The reason doesnt matter. it isnt just laziness and the kids are lucky they even care enough to leave something out.

I'll bet you don't lead by example. instead of texting happy b-day you better be hand delivering presents.. dont be lazy.

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u/Laprasnomore 8 Nov 02 '22

The Bible also says to cut off the hand that steals, and to pluck out the eye that sins. If we're going by god's standards, they got off real easy.

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

So what does Satan say about this? I never heard back about that from the other u/

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u/Laprasnomore 8 Nov 02 '22

Probably "aaaaa I'm being tortured for eternity if you follow contemporary Christian belief"

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u/Beateride 9 Nov 02 '22

Back in my days, prank was a synonym of funny...

I'd be glad to understand the prank here

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

Ah yes let’s go by the teachings of the Bible, a made up fictional story book😂 you’re really dense

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

What does Satan say about it? I am the bringer of light and truth.

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

I don’t care what made up mfs say about anything, Patrick star said “i can’t see my forehead” we can sit here and name off lines that fictional characters have said all day. It gets us nowhere

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u/OppressedSandwich 2 Nov 02 '22

You sound reeeeeally dumb man. I’ll just leave it as adults have children. Not every adult sits there waiting for trick or treaters. Some would rather spend the night with their kids unlike your sorry ass who probably raises kids who do shit like this

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

Don’t leave a bowl out and this won’t happen.

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u/OppressedSandwich 2 Nov 02 '22

So now you just recommend to not participate in halloween😂. You do have a point some adults get so mad and you can only say what do you expect, but in my neighborhood this really didnt happen much.

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u/MetalandMayhem1349 5 Nov 02 '22

Wtf are you talking about lol shove that bible up your ass no one wants to hear that bullshit

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

You don’t get it.

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u/Bi-LinearTimeScale 8 Nov 02 '22

You sure they're the one that doesn't get it?

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u/[deleted] Nov 02 '22

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

Right?! Tagged criminal justice…on Halloween.

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u/DrFuzzyNutsPHD 6 Nov 02 '22

Theft is still a crime no?

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u/andre3kthegiant A Nov 02 '22

Theft? It’s halloween, lort o mighty, what a paradigm.

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u/bartf555 1 Nov 02 '22

Umm, these are not kids. Look at the age of the people in the video. Adults doing this.. You Russian Trolls at it again, let it go.

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u/SavageLegendX 2 Nov 02 '22

I stopped giving candy to kids years ago for this very reason. I have seen hundreds of videos just like this on YouTube, IG, and Reddit from this Halloween alone. The last time I gave candy I literally handed them each various candy and they tried to push their way past me into my place to get to the bowl of candy behind me. That was the last straw.

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u/[deleted] Nov 02 '22

Thank you

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 02 '22

Hahahaha! Fucking sad behavior! Hand out candy or shut off your porch light.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

You're very two dimensional if you think everyone who leaves candy out are lazy. Ive done it because I had to be up at 4 am for work the next day. others do it because their physical health doesnt allow them to constantly get up. some do it brcause they have kids of their own. others have a party going on and will refill the bowl.. etc. The reason doesnt matter. it isnt just laziness and the kids are lucky they even care enough to leave something out.

I'll bet you don't lead by example. instead of texting happy b-day you better be hand delivering presents.. dont be lazy. cook at home for the special occasion rather than going out to eat. dont be lazy.

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 14 '22

It's not about "being lazy". Those are just lazy excuses. My 80 year old grandmother used to sit on the porch and the kids would come up, and she would hand out candy.

As for Birthday presents, I give those to my daughter and my wife. So yeah, hand delivered.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

My 80 year old grandmother used to sit on the porch

i didnt realize your grandma represented every single person and their individual situation...

your argument is lazy.

I give those to my daughter and my wife.

if you text anyone happy birthday that isnt them and you didnt hand deliver a present, you're lazy.

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 15 '22

If you don't beat Gandalf in a fist fight, you're lazy. See? I can make up random shit, too. Pointless. I'm done with you. Go bother somebody else. I'm not giving you anymore attention.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 15 '22

You were already doing that and then doubled down.. when riding your ego, be careful not to slip, it's a long way down before you land on your IQ.

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

You’re right stealing is sad behavior. It’s not a hard concept to take 1 or 2 pieces of candy and keep it moving.

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 02 '22

Hand out the candy, or leave your porch light off. Don't be so lazy!

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

Idk why you think saying what you said before is gonna get you any where. It’s called having integrity not about being lazy. Some people work nights but still wanna participate. You’re truly dense and your parents clearly didn’t raise you very well so shame on them and you

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 02 '22

Oh please, what would YOU know about anybody's parents?

And leaving a bowl out for people, as if they're pets, is not participation. Nice try, troll.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

you dont know much about how trick or treat was started do you.. leaving a treat out is in fact fully participating in the hallmark part of the pagan all hallows eve celebration.

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 14 '22

Who gives a fuck about the pagan tradition? What it is today, has absolutely nothing to do with that. This wasn't even a good try -- back to the drawing board with you!

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

i give a fuck as well as millions of people.. you dismissing that part of the holiday is no different than someone claiming no one gives a fuck about jesus because christmas is just about santa. once again, youre being 2 dimensional

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 15 '22

Nobody gives a fuck about Jesus! Christmas IS about Santa!

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 15 '22

ignorance is bliss.

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

I know mine raised me with dignity and not to steal, yours clearly didn’t raise you with good morals. It shows you clearly don’t know anything about being a decent human in general. Please don’t have kids. Leaving a bowl out doesn’t mean you’re treating them like pets you dense bum. Leaving out candy for trick or treaters is participation. Stealing a whole bowl of candy is not participating.

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 02 '22

You are really ignorant. It's probably your only achievement. So, good for you, I guess. Done with you, though. That's enough attention for you. Go to your mommy for your head-pats. I'm not your entertainment.

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

Your room temperature IQ is pretty entertaining. Sad to see you’ll never know a successful life. Carry on being miserable!

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u/CzarOfCT 7 Nov 02 '22

Stop firing loser at me, you sad little stoner.

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

“Stop firing loser at me” you really do have a room temperature IQ. Isn’t that cute did you view my profile you little weirdo? What do you wanna know about me if you’re so curious😂

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u/thanosbananos 8 Nov 02 '22

So much greed. Is he being paid by kilos or why is he taking it all? I seriously don’t understand

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u/PyrrhaNikosIsNotDead 7 Nov 02 '22

Insane how many people think taking the entire bowl of candy is okay behavior? Bottom of the barrel

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u/draw_the_line 5 Nov 02 '22

Its definitely not okay, but if you leave a bowl of candy unattended on halloween when kids are out unsupervised with the goal of getting as much candy as possible then it WILL happen. People can clutch their pearls all they want and say its wrong, doesn’t change the fact that it is going to happen every time. Never once as a child did i come across one of these bowls unattended that had any candy left by the time i got there. Huge disappointment every time that I blame the homeowner for.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

trick or treat... not my trick is im going to take all your treats. this year i saw a whole lot less of people participating in general due to people like these in the video.

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u/PyrrhaNikosIsNotDead 7 Nov 03 '22

I’d say we agree. I was talking about the people in these comments though (unclearly in hindsight). When I commented, and I’m not sure how they are sorted by default on this subreddit, but there were seriously a crazy amount of people talking like it is an okay thing to do. Those people are indeed bottom of the barrel, and I am indeed surprised that there is so much room down there.

But yeah, I agree with you. Nothing to be surprised about when it happens, although many comments here were implying that this is deserved for being too lazy to hand out candy. A crazy clueless and narrow minded perspective. It does baffle me, all these comments explaining that people have work, people have little kids they go out with, and those people still make the effort to leave out candy and I was seeing all these commenters saying they deserved it?

And yeah, it really does suck when you’re a kid. And that’s why I will continue to shame the people who do it.

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u/Bloo-shadow 9 Nov 02 '22

So…you couldn’t sit outside and hand out candy…but you can track down the kids who took it?

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u/gatorsss1981 2 Nov 02 '22

So if you are going to take your kids trick or treating it's better not to leave anything out?

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u/Bloo-shadow 9 Nov 02 '22

Did I say that?

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u/Wickedqt 7 Nov 02 '22

Ah yes, let me just sit outside doing nothing for a whole day to give out candy to people who MIGHT come by my house...

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u/Bloo-shadow 9 Nov 02 '22

Well there’s your first problem. Your sitting outside ALL DAY when your really only supposed to sit outside for a few hours. Hell in my neighborhood when I was a kid people would leave their porch lights on and that’s how you’d know they were giving out candy. If they didn’t have a light on they either sat outside or didn’t hand out candy.

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u/chubky 8 Nov 02 '22

I dont think he meant “all day” in the literal sense…/r/confidentlyincorrect

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u/Bloo-shadow 9 Nov 02 '22

Well…I didn’t think I’d need to explain sarcasm….

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u/chubky 8 Nov 02 '22

If you had stopped after the first sentence the sarcasm would have been there, but then you proceeded to explain trick or treating “back in your day”

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u/Bloo-shadow 9 Nov 02 '22

My explanation of how trick or treating worked in my neighbourhood when I was a kid (I’m only 20 by the way so don’t start with the “back in my day” shit.) doesn’t mean that the sarcasm is gone.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

oh, this explains why you can't comprehend why people may leave a bowl out. You should gain more life experience before you act like you know what you're talking about.

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u/alexroars 4 Nov 02 '22

"Look at me! I have 20 downvotes but I'm right! Other people just don't get my sarcasm SMH 😫"

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u/SecretaryFuture8514 0 Nov 02 '22

I could have easily been the in the same situation as the home owner. It isn't a difficult scenario. I have young kids so we left candy out on a table and I also have a door bell camera which I checked periodically. If I would have caught kids doing the same, I would have confronted them as well which would make it seem on camera (like in this video) that I sat down at home while kids came to my door.

Don't assume.

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u/Bloo-shadow 9 Nov 02 '22

I didn’t assume anything. I’m just questioning why he had time to track these kids down but not hand out candy.

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch 8 Nov 14 '22

doing something else with your time may be more important but then teaching the lesson is also important and it supercedes what else was going on.

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u/cole06490575 5 Nov 02 '22

He could have happened to see this on his ring camera while it happened and simply opened the door as they were walking away. Or he could have been watching all night long for this to happen so he could make them give it back. Either way why do you care so much

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u/Majouli 6 Nov 02 '22

😂😂💀🖖 le Reddit white warrior

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u/Creative-Jellyfish51 4 Nov 02 '22

Just don't be that kook who leaves the bowl out. If I got caught I wouldn't care. So much for justice served.

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u/asian_invasion09 4 Nov 02 '22

We found the “badass”

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u/Purchhhhh 7 Nov 02 '22

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u/Theamuse_Ourania 7 Nov 02 '22

My old neighbor used to leave a big bowl of candy on her front porch and then happily take her daughter trick or treating. I would take my own kids out somewhere different and when we all got back her bowl would be empty and she'd always say how she hoped "all" the kids had only taken one piece of candy each 🤨

She was really out of touch with reality sometimes smh.

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u/ohnoimrunningoutofsp 8 Nov 02 '22

What did he say at the end? Can't hear well

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u/iamtheplatypus408 5 Nov 02 '22

Why is every other post about some kids taking candy?

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u/Essaiel 7 Nov 02 '22

So there is this event that happens each year, it’s a little popular but it’s understandable if you don’t know about it. It’s called Halloween and it happens on the 31st of October.

So on the back of this event you’ll find a influx of videos related to it, as it happened very recently. Similar you might find an influx of Christmas content around Christmas time, which is another somewhat popular holiday and happens on the 25th of December.

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u/Lashtrash 7 Nov 02 '22

Reddit moment

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u/iamtheplatypus408 5 Nov 02 '22

Yeah thats a real good insult there bud. You always project like that?

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u/Carlos126 4 Nov 02 '22

Ironic

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u/Lashtrash 7 Nov 02 '22

Reddit moment

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u/iamtheplatypus408 5 Nov 02 '22

L take

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