86% Parents Steal Halloween Candy

86% Parents Steal Halloween Candy

Eighty-six percent of parents shamelessly steal candy from their children’s Halloween haul, new research reveals.

Non-parents share this obsession too; regardless of if they have kids, 73 percent of adults report purchasing more candy than they’ll need for trick-or-treaters so they can have the extra to binge themselves. – Fox News

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True, stolen food does seem to taste better. Oh, the sinister nature of original sin when Adam and Eve stole food from God.2 So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that the tree was to be desired to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate; and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate. Genesis 3:6

“Stolen water is sweet; food eaten in secret is delicious!” Proverbs 9:17

This is also, when dieting, why sneaking a treat is doubly tempting.

Some even find a very wicked sinister sweetness in stealing the Living Water from other disciples of Jesus.

  • For they cannot sleep unless they have done wrong; they are robbed of sleep unless they have made someone stumble. Proverbs 4:16

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Survey participants also admitted it can be tempting to over-indulge on extra candy in the days or weeks after the holiday. Half of adults say they eat the leftover candy, while 39 percent leave it out for guests to grab or decorate with it, and 35 percent report bringing extra candy to their office.

But this plan isn’t always successful – the last time they planned to bring candy to share with co-workers, they average adult ended up eating the majority before making it to the office. – Fox News