THE ULTIMATE HALLOWEEN DILEMMA

Trick-or-treating at a house with an unattended bowl of candy with a "1 per customer" sign. What do you do?
  1. Take one. Guilt is the scariest thing.
    Suggested by   @kaitmaree
  2. Take only one!
    Also leave a quarter, to officially make myself a "customer"
    Suggested by   @IamChrisTodd
  3. Take two or three
    Take one? No. The market-standard of Halloween dictates two to three pieces.
    Suggested by   @LevNovak
  4. Take two 😬
    Suggested by   @sabrinakristine
  5. Take the bowl
    Just one bowl, naturally.
    Suggested by   @_
  6. Really depends on the size. If them candy suppliers done put king size bars out, be a classy lady. If not, 2-3 is probs OK. UNLESS there's a really cute little toddler behind you and there's only a few pieces left. Always let the toddler cop mad candy out da unattended bowl. I'm writing this with a migraine. I don't know why I become like this.
    Suggested by   @mac
  7. Take one
    To be fair and kind to the other trick-or- treaters. Don't ever be the asshole who takes hand fulls. *Side note- a "one per" sign, really? Quite cheap. It should at LEAST be 2 per.
    Suggested by   @Deanndre
  8. Leave one
    Then you can walk away thinking, "in a world where many will take more than one, I have left candy. If everyone on earth would only adopt my selfless motivations all suffering would end. Maybe there is hope for us all. Maybe." You drift home on a cloud of good feelings and order a pizza.
    Suggested by   @duchess
  9. Take one (literally)
    Open a bag of loose candy (M&Ms, Smarties, Skittles, etc.) and take one. Reseal. Probably should be cutting back on the candy intake, don't you think? You're getting a bit chubby.
    Suggested by   @saytrumbo
  10. Take one and leave a scathing Yelp review
    Suggested by   @jessbrennbusker