You got Boo-ed, Dude

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We’ve got a lively game of “Boo” swirling around the neighborhood.

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What?  You’ve never been Boo’ed?

It goes a little like this: First, you get an anonymous surprise on your door step.  The Boo Bucket!

You've been Boo-ed, baby

There’s a super cute poem that comes with the bucket of treats and toys:

The air is cool, the season fall,

Soon Halloween will come to all.

Ghosts and goblins, spooks galore…

Tricky witches at your door.

The spooks are after things to do,

In fact a spook brought this “Boo” to you!

The excitement comes when friends like you,

Copy this note and make it two.

We’ll all have smiles upon our faces,

No one will know who “BOO”ed who’s places!

Just two short days to work your spell,

Keep it secret, hide it well.

Please join the fun, the seasons here .

Just spread these “BOO’s” and Halloween cheer.

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Next, you post your BOO on your door.  (Because you don’t want to be Boo-ed again and again…that’d be a lot of trips to the dollar store, friends.)

Feel free to "oooh" and "aaah" at the door swag I made....

 

Now on to the BEST part of the game…selecting your two Boo Victims!  You’ll want to wait until cover of night and dress in dark clothing, so as not to be seen.

Just. Like. This. (?)

 

Then, you get to teach your kid the best game ever….

Ding....

 

 

Dong.....

 

 

Ditch (then hide in the bushes so no one sees you and look adorable)!

 

I’ve successfully taught my daughter how to be a ding-dong-ditch deviant.  My work here is done.

 

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