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I used to work at a shop where they sold 🍫Halloween candy, and it went on sale every Nov 1st. I always had a sugar hangover by then, but one #coworker refused to buy candy until is was half price.

What's your favorite Halloween candy and what do you think about candy at work?

  • a) eat it until you can't eat it anymore (and thanks to all the coworkers out there who share)
  • b) wait until it's half price in November!
  • c) I'm a Halloween enthusiast but don't do candy
  • d) too expensive any time of year
  • e) you have a another work story you want to share that has nothing to do with candy

SHARE YOUR STORY IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!

#watercooler #HalloweencandyAtWork

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Pamala McBrayer
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Our team would work together to provide treats in common. We share. We used to have monthly potlucks to celebrate that months birthdays! It was fun! It’s team building. Some contribute more than others. But $3-4 is rarely missed, and the team supervisor often brings the meat dish (the more expensive item) for 12-14 people.

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B G
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Don’t, too expensive.

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Liz Smock
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I used to work as security at a front desk for a large company. I bought a plastic pumpkin and filled it with bite size candies and placed it on the desk for anyone who wanted candy.

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JFM Wilson
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Snicker, Hershey, M&M's and Kit. Kats. were my favorite and all the sugar kept me going till Thanksgiving.😂

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Mario Sanchez
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Our staff and myself would just leave what we brought in common table area where we gather for breaks

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Kathy Perkins
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You put out the candy and encourage the holiday spirit with festive decoration. It’s always great to have a reason for a little office fun. Just be sure to label the candy dish “sugar free”.

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Cathlyn Eudy
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My last job would call them treats. Every holiday we would pick a number out of hat and the prize matched number. We would get a option of gift cards, cookies, pies, candy, cupcakes or home decor.

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Diane Hinchey
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B I am frugal with money

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Annie M.
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make it a fun pay it forward act of kindness in some way... for every candy a coworker takes, attach a prayer card with the candy and the person who picks up that candy can pray for a total stranger in need for November or what one thing are they grateful and share the attitude of gratitude with others...just a couple of ideas.....

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Sylvia Brock
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My thought on candy at work. I think it makes the office less stuffy. Social communication and a smile always madee happy at work.

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