Because we're so used to handing out treats on Halloween, we often forget the "trick" in the phrase trick-or-treating. But pranks are a time-honored tradition, and the one favored by teenagers on the night of October 31. (Maybe because they feel no adult will take them seriously when they ask for candy.)
And while toilet-papering the lawn seems harmless enough, getting your house (or yourself) egged by a group of teens isn't pleasant. So one supermarket in Pennsylvania decided to take action and posted this sign:
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This store may not be the only one, at least according to the comments on Reddit. Several people noted that the markets around them do the same--and England has been doing this for years. Then again, kids can always buy eggs in advance (or get some unsuspecting adult to buy 'em) so they'll be super-smelly come Halloween!
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