St. Halloween

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I've been spending a lot of time on a Facebook page that satirizes sanctimommies.

It's glorious.

A bunch of bored wickedly funny and brilliant moms (and a few dads) let loose with the snark… it's so bad it's good.

"Halloweek" has been particularly enjoyable, what with all the news about the sanctimonious treats tracts being passed out:

You probably already heard about The (Fat) Children's Crusade lady:

Fat Shaming Halloween Letter Shame and Blame: Well-known Motivators

But did you know about the Junk Science Anti-Vax Lady?

Anti-Vaccination Halloween Pamphlet The "Autism Warrior" is Handing out Junk Science this Halloween

Or that GMO's should scare you more than Zombies?

Anti-GMO Halloween Pamphlet Forget Zombies, GMO's Scare Me

But, how about the true spirit of Halloween?

You know, Christ died for our sins and that means no costumes or candy for you.

Fake Money with Religious Halloween Tract Sanctimoney
Fake Money with Religious Halloween Message Children: Will You Go to Heaven or Hell?
Fake Money with Religious Halloween Message You Broke God's Law (Trick or Treat?)

As reasonable mommies, what could the rest of us possibly hand-out for Halloween?

Here is an excerpt of just a FEW of the BRILLIANT ideas we came up with (forgive the variable sizes--NOTHING is cooperating!):

Funny Halloween Facebook Thread

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In truth, I'm grateful when people hand out hippie candy. That's what I like to give out, but I've realized I spend a lot of money on candy, that according to this (not at all scripted) video from Crest, makes the kids puke…

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So I think I'll save (what I consider)  the good stuff for my little snowflakes and, next year we'll hand out all the junk everybody gave my kids. They'll never notice the difference, will they?

Kylie

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