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5 Creepy-Spooky Halloween-Themed “Would You Rather…” Questions

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Settle into some cozy chairs or take your places at the table, exchange spooky stories, and let our Halloween-themed questions creep their way into the conversation.
5 Creepy-Spooky Halloween-Themed Questions
Can’t get your kid to stop obsessing about costumes and candy? Why not add to the thrill with some intriguing holiday-inspired “Would You Rather…” questions?

1. Would you rather watch a spine-tingling scary movie or use your imagination to make up a spooky story?

2. Would you rather get 200 pieces of candy trick-or-treating or trade your Halloween candy for $20?

3. Would you rather win a contest for carving the best jack-o’-lantern or win a gold medal for dressing up in the most outstanding and imaginative Halloween costume?

4. Would you rather explore a haunted house with friends at two o’clock in the morning or find your way out of a haunted corn maze alone at dusk?

5. Would you rather chase ghosts with the Ghostbusters or hunt Horcruxes with Harry Potter?

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As we approach the holiday season, what’s your kids’ favorite way to communicate with Grandma and Grandpa—whether or not they live nearby?

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As we approach the holiday season, what’s your kids’ favorite way to communicate with Grandma and Grandpa—whether or not they live nearby?
In-person visits.
74% (52 votes)
Skype or FaceTime.
16% (11 votes)
Calls via cell phones or landlines.
4% (3 votes)
Handwritten cards and letters.
6% (4 votes)
Total votes: 70