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Halloween Candy 2016

A cache by WadeLori Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/30/2016
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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This is a cache for those that like Halloween Candy. In Saint Louis you have to tell a joke to get candy on Halloween but that is for another time. Solve this puzzle and then go brush your teeth from eating to much Halloween Candy.

Miz M and Luke, the dog, went out trick or treating. Miz M must have had lots of jokes or tricks to get so much candy for one so little. When she got home I asked her what kinds she liked, because of course I would like to have some of her candy. I took a look at all her candy dumped on the floor to see if her favorites were there. She said her favorites were, Twix, Skittles, Rolo, Snickers, Tootsie Roll, Dots, Tootsie Pop the best. Second best would be, Butterfingers, Nerds, Milk Duds, Milky Way, Reese's Pieces, Heath Bars, Kit Kat, Starbursts. I asked her what happened to the Butterfingers and Milky Way candy bars, she said she and Luke shared them on the way home. Yep, I guess I'll have to steal some from her when she isn't looking. Or maybe the dog did already and that's why he looks so guilty.

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