wolverinecub86 saidPlease don't take away candy from Halloween.
Seriously I would have egged your house if I got an apple instead of candy when I was a kid.
Don't forget what It's like to b a kid. Taking candy out of Halloween is just.... Wrong
Splurging on candy during Halloween isnt the problem anyway. It's healthy eating habits every other day that matters. And parents serving healthy foods and not taking their kids to McDonald's every day.
Oh and it is parents who forgot how to say, "Turn off the TV/computer/console and go outside and play."
Lol my parents used to tell me that all the time. And I would answer "no way, I'm too busy shooting Nazis, or saving the earth from a giant meteor or taking mushrooms and jumping on turtles"
Then again I wish i was more active when i was younger but I was a lazy piece of shit. Now I love being active and get way too restless if I have to sit inside too long. That type of change has to come from within.
I was fat in middle school, but less from not being active and mire from the fact that I would come home from school and eat a can of beefaroni, followed by popcorn before dinner and had ice cream after dinner almost every night.