1. Good and Plenty
They haven't changed since 1893. How impressed could anyone be at this point? If you've got a lot of Good and Plenty in your bag at the end of the night it means the majority of the people in your neighborhood are probably about to die.
2. Mary Jane
With a birth year of 1914, Mary Jane is fresh as hell compared to Good and Plenty! Unfortunately they still suck. I wouldn't be surprised if these make a comeback since they're gluten free.
3. Communist Propaganda
A common tradition in the U.S.S.R. but in the United States it's frowned upon and will disappoint even the smallest of comrades.
4. Necco Wafers
"Dude, did you just give me tums for kids?"
Ahhhh a Halloween classic! Despite the logistical nightmare of cutting open a candy wrapper, inserting a razor blade into a fun size piece of candy, sealing the wrapper back up, and giving them out to hundreds of kids, people cannot stop handing out this classic. This is a terrible treat for kids. If you're just handing out razor blades that aren't covered in chocolate then you're not doing right!
6. Airline Peanuts
I had neighbors growing up who handed out airline peanuts every year. They worked for an airline and got all the peanuts they could pass out! If you're handing out anything from your job just turn your lights out and call it a night.
There are people that actually give out pennies for Halloween. Pennies! This is a serious shitty treats made pretentious move. As a kid you think, "Yeah! Money! They're just giving out money!" Little do you know that pennies are even more worthless than candy. "I had these in a jar in my basement. You deal with them now kids."
8. Your Old Porn
I don't care if David Duchovny looks like he's having a great time. Geraldo wouldn't hand this out to trick or treaters and neither should you.
9. Crack Cocaine
Often confused for rock candy, crack cocaine is actually worse. It'll potentially ruin sleep and eating habits which will have terrible effects on growing children.
10. Jars of Toenail Clippings
I know you've been waiting for a special occasion, but Halloween is not it. Save 'em for Christmas.