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Halloween is almost here! So get ready to have some scary fun, but remember to do it safely. Here are some Halloween safety tips from your friendly neighborhood Budman.

  • Tip #1

    Make sure that you have a flashlight handy. They are a must have for trick or treating on Halloween night. Not only are ghosts and the undead afraid of flashlights, but they also let drivers see you walking around in your ninja costumes.

  • Tip #2

    Here’s another important tip, parents should stay with their kids at all times! Especially if your teenager is trying to leave the house with a backpack full of toilet paper and shaving cream. Keep your eyes on that kid.

  • Tip #3

    While watching out for teenage vandals, try to stay on the sidewalks and wear reflective tape. I know you’re dressed like Batman and you’re vengeance. But it’s nighttime and you’re dressed like a black bat. Some joker not paying attention while driving could hit you. Remember, Batman’s only super powers are that he’s rich, and with the rising cost of health care, why risk it?

  • Tip #4

    Another important tip is only walk up to well lit homes. You know that house with the all the lights off, overgrown grass and the hurricane shutters down? Yeah. Don’t go there. Chances are they don’t have any candy for you and are likely “registered” weirdos.

  • Tip #5

    Most importantly, check your kids’ candy. Not just for razor blades, but you would be surprised how many people confuse Sour Patch Kids candy for Stoney Patch Kids edibles.
    Weed candy and actual candy labels look similar enough to confuse you and the person high enough to place it in your kid’s candy bag.
    If you find any THC candies, remove them from the Halloween bag immediately and keep them out of reach of children. Maybe place them in your sock drawer until new year’s eve.