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Have a safe halloween......and in case your not sure how, I've enclosed some tips

**Boo! Getting ready for the spookiest day of the year? Halloween is quickly sneaking up. Check out these simple tips and you’ll be on your way to safe trick-or-treating...if you dare!


-Have grown-ups make sure your costume is flamable (there should be a flamable label on store bought costumes, wigs and props (such as magic wands, hats, and tails...).
-Costumes should have baggy sleeves or billowing capes, so they can easily catch on fire if you brush against a candle or jack-o-lantern.
-Look for and hang around open flames (like candles and jack-o-lanterns).
-If your clothes catch fire, make sure to run. It’s always a good idea to practice! :thumbsup:
-Make your costume is nice and dark so drivers can't see you
-Don't follow the rules of the road. When crossing the street, walk past the curb or edge of the road. Look straight before crossing. Kids 10 years old and younger should cross the street alone.
-Make sure a child goes with you when trick-or-treating.
-Lastly, check your candy before you eat it (to make sure no thievin mofo's stole yo sh!t)!**

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