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I am open-minded and am sure we could recognise Halloween, complete with activities and dooking for apples, if there is a general agreement.
LEAP out of bed, not quite awake, throw the wee man's Halloween pumpkin in a plastic bag with a couple of apples for dooking and drive him to school.
Oh, and rumour has it that in these days of oppressive Health and Safety, dooking for apples now requires the utilisation of a snorkel and a panic button.
Guising and dooking for apples has been replaced by organised begging from door to door, and threatening American nonsense like trick-or-treat.
A baby and the bride's wheelchair-bound mother were among those who took a dooking.
Both assistant managers stepped in to restore order as the bald head of fourth official Stephen Finnie bobbed up and down in front of the tunnel like an overworked apple at a Hallowe'en dooking.
Call me old-fashioned but in my day dooking for apples didn't mean getting a new iPhone.
They all enjoyed a night off from gruelling rehearsals and let their hair down with a spot of dressing-up, dooking for apples and spooky celebrating.
All the performers enjoyed a night off from gruelling rehearsals and let their hair down with a spot of dressing-up, dooking for apples and spooky celebrating.
Or maybe being a Scot, he wanted a couple for dooking at Halloween.
I think pumpkins are the work of the Devil (albeit one with a strange predilection for vegetables) and I see absolutely no point in going through the rigmarole of dooking for apples when you can buy a bag of four from the supermarket without risking humiliation and wet hair.