10 Worst Things You Get While Trick-or-Treating

10 Worst Things You Get While Trick-or-Treating

Candy only, please.
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Trick-or-treating is the best when you ring the doorbell, the door opens, and the stranger greeting you at the door hands you a king-size Hershey bar. However, there are those few houses that you come across throughout the evening that don't place the best treats in your Halloween bag. Here are 10 weird items some people receive instead of the traditional candy bar.

1. Apples

Halloween is no holiday to be promoting healthy eating habits.

2. Hand Sanitizer

With all the bowls of candy that you are reaching into throughout the evening, you are bound to come across a few germs. What better way to sanitize than trick-or-treating for some hand sanitizer?! Kidding. I will wash my hands when I get home. Give me your candy.

3. Crackers

I'm neither sick nor about to have a piping bowl of soup, so, no thank you!

4. Hotel Shampoo & Conditioner

Some people collect the travel size shampoo and conditioner bottles that they receive in hotel rooms. I can supply myself with my own soap. Thanks, though.

5. Soda

Once soda gets tossed into my trick-or-treating bag, it's either leaking by the end of the night, or, when I go to open it later, it explodes.

6. Granola Bars

ONLY 4 grams of sugar?? Unacceptable.

7. Random Pamphlets


I will be disposing my chewed up Dubble Bubble in your pamphlets.

8. Toothbrushes

Those cheap toothbrushes that you get at the end of a dentist appointment do not suffice for Halloween treats, FYI.

9. Raisins

If it's not rotting my teeth, it's not a Halloween treat.

10. Whoppers

And this one just speaks for itself.

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1. All The Pretty Girls by Kenny Chesney

2. American Kids by Kenny Chesney

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5. Bait A Hook by Justin Moore

6. Ballad of Curtis Loew by Lynyrd Skynyrd 

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8. Beat of the Music by Brett Eldredge

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35. Devil Went Down to Georgia by The Charlie Daniels Band

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38. Dirty Little Secret by The All-American Rejects

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40. Don't Let Me Down by The Chainsmokers

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47. Drunk Me by Mitchell Tenpenny 

48. Drunk on A Plane by Dierks Bentley

49. Drunk on Your Love by Brett Eldredge 

50. Dust on the Bottle by David Lee Murphy 

51. Eight Second Ride by Jake Owen

52. Family Tradition by Hank Williams Jr.

53. Fancy by Reba McEntire 

54. Find Out Who Your Friends Are by Tracy Lawrence 

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56. Fishin' In the Dark by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

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60. Friends in Low Places by Garth Brooks 

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64. Get Me Some of That by Thomas Rhett

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66. Good Directions by Billy Currington

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70. Hell Raisin' Heat of the Summer by Florida Georgia Line 

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72. Here's to Never Growing Up by Avril Lavigne 

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74. Hoedown Throwdown by Miley Cyrus

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76. Honky Tonk Badonkadonk by Trace Adkins

77. Honky Tonk Highway by Luke Combs

78. Hope You Get Lonely Tonight by Cole Swindell

79. House Party by Sam Hunt

80. Huntin', Fishin', and Lovin' Every Day by Luke Bryan

81. Hurricane by Luke Combs

82. I'm In a Hurry by Alabama

83. I'm Still a Guy by Brad Paisley 

84. If Heaven Ain't a Lot Like Dixie by Hank Williams Jr. 

85. If I Could Do It Again by Corey Smith

86. If It Don't Help by Drew Parker

87. If You're Gonna' Play in Texas by Alabama

89. Indian Outlaw by Tim McGraw

90. Jack and Diane by John Mellencamp

91. Joker by Steve Miller Band 

92. Kerosene by Miranda Lambert

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94. Little Bitty by Alan Jackson

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98. Man! I Feel Like a Woman! by Shania Twain

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103. Old Town Road by Lil Nas X

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106. Party People by Florida Georgia Line

107. Pontoon by Little Big Town

108. Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard

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110. Redneck Yacht Club by Craig Morgan

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112. Same Old Song by Riley Green 

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115. She's In Love With The Boy by Trisha Yearwood

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