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Blue Halloween buckets are being used by kids who can't say 'trick or treat' this year

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It's only two weeks until kids will be knocking at doors across the nation asking for candy. And whether you're handing out full-size or fun-size for Halloween, you might spot something a little unusual this year around. 

Some kids and their parents are planning on using blue Halloween buckets when they go trick or treating. And it's not just an aesthetic choice, it's a signal that the child might not be able to say 'trick or treat' or 'thank you' after knocking on your door.