10 Feels We All Had About Trick-or-Treating

10 Feels We All Had About Trick-or-Treating


When we were kids, Halloween meant only one thing… FREE candy!

I Love Lucy eating chocolate candy off of a conveyor belt.

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Trick-or-treating was by far the best part of the holiday. And while most of us today will skip trick-or-treating altogether just to avoid the risk of being judged by our older neighbors…

Emma Roberts removing sunglasses.

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…it’s still worth remembering the best part of Halloween. For your viewing pleasure, here’s a flashback of all the feels we had as a kid on Halloween night.

The excitement of gearing up for the night by throwing on your best Halloween costume and getting into character.

American Horror Story animation that says "Who's the baddest witch in town?"

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Waiting for the rest of your trick-or-treating crew to finish getting ready before you take on the neighborhood.

Britney Spears tapping pencil on desk.

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The walk down the street to your first house.

Taylor Swift and friends walking away from explosion in the background.

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The excitement when you scored the “good candy”, like Reese’s cups, Butterfingers, Snickers…

Beyonce screaming in excitement.

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…and the disappointment when you received the “not-so-good” candy, like black licorice.

Nicki Minaj frowning

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The idea that popped into your head when you saw a bucket of candy on a porch with a sign that read “Please take one.”

Beyonce and Nicki Minaj looking at each other and smiling and laughing.

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Then, the awful moment when the adults said it was time to go home.

Emma Roberts getting upset.

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When you realized how much candy you had by the end of the night.

Kimmie Schmit holding a bag of candy that says "I'm having candy for dinner!"

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When you weren’t sure how you should feel after eating as much Halloween candy as you could.

Dandy from American Horror Story making a bunch of confused faces.

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On November 1, remembering all of the fun you had the night before and already looking forward to next year.

Emma Roberts removing a pair of sunglasses with a smile on her face.

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What was your fondest memory of Halloween night as a kid, Broncos? Share with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using hashtag #CampusCropChat.  Don’t forget to add us on Snapchat @asicpp!