Tricks of the Trade: How to Trick-Or-Treat When You’re 30
Parents look forward to the holidays because this is a good time for kids to enjoy. But what about the adults? You’re certainly no adolescent, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Halloween. You have every right to hoard those candies and scare the bejesus out of your neighbors.
The only problem right now is that people don’t like giving to bearded men and slutty women. They’d rather hand out those treats to those cute toddlers with puppy-dog eyes. You ain’t getting any treats if you don’t know how to pull it off. Expect tricks, but what you want right now is a bag full of sweets. Well, don’t worry just yet because you can walk around in your costume, charm some folks, and have the best night of your life.
Here are a few Halloween ideas that you can use so that you can walk around undetected or you can actually spark interest from those who weren’t planning to give you anything but a cold nod when you walk by:
1st Idea: Dress like a kid
You could easily pass off as someone with special needs. People will take pity on you and assume that your brain stopped developing at an early point in your life. You’re a child in an adult’s body. Or better yet, cover your face up. You could easily come off as a teen struck with some sort of mental disability. You’re the boy who never grew up. In fact, be the epitome of Peter Pan. No one will ever dare act like the Captain Hook when you beg for treats.