Do you know what the Halloween candy you give out says about you?

Every year for Halloween, I typically give out candy that I would like to eat, should there be any left over. It's pretty much a guarantee in my neighborhood, which is why I always buy Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

According to Steve Almond, author of "Candyfreak," people who give out Reese's Peanut Butter Cups for Halloween are "generous souls. Those who understand the salty in life, as well as the sweet.”

So, what does the candy you give out at Halloween say about you?

Candy Corn:  “Purely deluded people. They don’t get that candy shouldn’t attempt to imitate other food groups, particularly corn.”

Snickers:  “Just going with the crowd, the safe candy choice, guaranteed to please the masses. Not ambitious, but dependable.”

Twix: “Both brittle and supple in social situations; sort of trapped between personality types.”

Butterfinger: “Evasive, slippery, not necessarily to be trusted.”

My condolences to those of you who give out Candy Corn, Twizzlers and Good & Plenty. The Washington Post has the full list.

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