We're not sure what the city of Colorado Springs is expecting your trick-or-treating children to encounter on Halloween night, but here are some of its tips for those handout-seeking freeloaders: "Wear shoes that fit, even if they don't go with your costume"; "Don't cut across yards or driveways"; "Stay away from and don't pet animals you don't know." To that last one, we'd add: Especially if they're offering Sugar Daddys to get into a van — those things are disgusting.

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