‘Trick or Treat’ began in America in the earlier part of the 20th century when a group of Irish labourers used Hallowe’en as an opportunity to demand money with menace. This was later toned down and popularised as a ‘light-hearted’ neighbourhood activity. It is a very strong part of popular culture in the States. Children will come home from school, dress up in some outlandish outfit (such as a witch, a goblin or a ghoul) and go knocking on doors shouting “Trick or Treat”. If the person opening the door does not give them a ‘treat’ eg sweets or money, then the youngsters threaten to ‘trick’ them and play a joke or a trick on them.
Dear Takashi, I wish I would go over there but Daddy couldn’t because someone couldn’t do it. And I love you, Takashi, it’s more funner over there with you and I wish I would ever see sumo. And well, Takashi it’s more funner for me to play with you and also it’s more funner of you bringing things to me for my room and stuff. And even I really love you. I wish I would have to be something to really to have you more better so you could play with me and also there’s more fun things to do but when you’re not here there isn’t. I like you very much.