Halloween candy struggles everyone can relate to

Although Halloween celebrations are associated mostly with little kids and frat parties, the holiday is both timeless and ageless. Whether you're 16 or 65, you probably love dressing up, going to parties with friends, and, of course, candy. When thinking about the spooky holiday, haunted houses and creative costumes probably come second to the excitement that comes with stocking up your sweet supply "for trick-or-treaters." And while overconsumption isn't necessarily the biggest danger out there, it's quite difficult to ignore an indulgent craving when there's an open bag of candy in your house - and nearly impossible to stop once you start. Several people were brave enough to take to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to reveal what goes down when categorizing Halloween candy: trick, or treat?

You should always take advantage of an opportunity to treat yo'self:

It can be a great learning experience:
As a kid, I liked to get full size candy bars on Halloween. As an adult, I realize they are way too expensive to give out!

...or a relentless forgetting experience:
Every year I see candy corn, want some, eat 4 of them, think why would I get these, until next year when I buy them again.

A perfect lesson in self-control:
I buy Halloween candy based on what kinds my husband likes as leftovers. Can

What the kids don't know won't hurt them, right?
I monitor my kids

The post-Halloween sale is better than Black Friday:
Everyone else is excited for Halloween, and I

"Fun-size" isn't always fun:
With Halloween coming up, I refuse to eat the "fun sized" candies. I end up eating more of those, than if I had just eaten a regular sized candy bar!

It might put you at risk for an identity crisis:

...or it could be a great opportunity for self-discovery:
I love being a single adult with my own house, no one to tell me I can

Sometimes you need to go through some practice bags before the big day:
Today I bought my first bag of Halloween candy: That will not make it until Halloween. ����

For more candy confessions, check out Whisper.

Watch below to find out what happens when you tell your kids you ate their Halloween candy:

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