Did kids say "trick or treat" when they came to your house?
Over the past few years, I've noticed fewer kids actually saying "trick or treat" when I open the door. At least for me, it seems the majority just stick out their bag with the expectation you're just going to drop candy in it. Maybe it's just me, but I think there are two things needed to get candy; 1) you need to be dressed up, and 2) you have to say "trick or treat" to get a treat! I'll usually wait, then say "what are you supposed to say?" to which they then say "trick or treat" and I give them candy.
Is it a dying tradition of Halloween? Is it indicative of something social? Does anyone else notice the same thing, or do most kids that come to you still say it?