Now this is innovation. A family in Pennsylvania wanted to keep trick-or-treating safe without totally cancelling the Halloween tradition, so they made their own machine for the event! Their solution is a treat-launching machine called “Candypult” that launches candy at kids, as UPI details:
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Vince Mak, of York County, said his family held a brainstorming session to find a way to distribute candy on Halloween while maintaining social distancing and other safety measures.
“We thought we could try to come up with a creative way to throw candy at kids … safely,” Mak told WPMT-TV. “With everything going on, everyone just needs to feel happy and find something to laugh at.”
The family came up with the “Candypult,” a catapult designed to launch candy to trick-or-treaters.
“I guess we’ll have to get extra candy this year,” Mak said.
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