# Halloween

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It's saturday and halloweens tomorrow. But I was wondering is trick or treating sopost be today or tomorrow? I've heard peolple going today and many people say tomorrow. I know sunday is an school night and some people wiill be at church. I have no idea if I should trick or treat today or tomorrow. I think I should tomorrow but what do you think?

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I know people who are going out both nights!

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Many of the towns around here have designated either today or tomorrow for trick or treating.

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Hi

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