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    I remember going to Mcdonalds as a kid...they would go all out for Halloween back than...hopefully we see some commercials from them this year as well...but that is wishful thinking...lol...

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    These seem to be out just this week or last. I was there week before last & they didn't have them, they still had some other toy.

    I now own BOTH!

    You can buy just the toys/buckets. It's what I do & did. I asked for just the bucket. It was $2something. I think they may even have a key on the register for it because it came up on the screen as something like "Happy Meal Toy."
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    Now if only Burger King would start up their Halloween Simpson toys again, life would be perfect.

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    I'm older than most of you; I remember THESE -

    http://www.sydlexia.com/halloween_pails.htm
    Wolfman

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    I remember those Wolfman... i had several!

    Anyone remember the first happy meals? The food came in flimsy plastic toys like boats and flying saucers, with a pack of stickers. This was late 70s/early 80s. I remember if you put the stickers on after you ate, the grease on your fingers would cause the stickers to not stick



    We also used to collect the glasses sets they had- we had snoopy and garfield sets.

    I used to love mcdonalds... then i grew up, became a vegetarian, and learned to hate the synthetic "food" they sell but that's another story!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    I'm older than most of you; I remember THESE -

    http://www.sydlexia.com/halloween_pails.htm
    Yes, we had most of those. We started our Happy Meal days in 1989 when my oldest was two. I remember having to go into her room and remove the ghost pail one night because it apparently came to life and tried to eat her when the lights went out. Ah, kids...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    I'm older than most of you; I remember THESE -

    http://www.sydlexia.com/halloween_pails.htm
    Thanks for posting that, it was a great read, and very, very funny !.

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    Ya know, while I'm old enough, I entirely missed all this seasonal spirit from McDonalds.

    Guess it stems from the strength of the Square Pumpkin meals from Arctic Circle out here. Halloween themed lights were more interesting to me than buckets as a child, I suppose.

    My daughter sure has enjoyed stickering her bucket this year, however.
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    Nice pails, I love the idea of the cookie cutter on the lid. I remember when McDonalds over here had those McNugget toys in costumes It'd be nice if they had a Halloween item in the Happy Meals this year, I don't go there anymore (sometimes they will let you buy the toy seperately without buying a meal) but I'd make an exception for that

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    How fun! I'll have to hit there today. Wish I'd seen this yesterday. Would have gone there without my kids.
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