Signs posted this week on a number of telephone poles in New Britain, Connecticut are stirring quite a debate. “Attention parents: My son has severe allergies and comes home every year devastated that he can’t eat any candy he’s collected at your homes while trick-or-treating.” “Don’t exclude my child or any other child from the fun” the posters read.
Can beggars be choosers? Is this Mom just nuts or have good intentions just been poorly conveyed?
Nuts I can understand, but gluten and dairy?
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