Have you heard about this petition to change the date of Halloween? Instead of October 31, it would be the last Saturday in October. Sure, it makes sense for trick or treating and parties, but if Halloween doesn't land on a weekend night, isn't it kind of fun to have another night to eat candy and throw parties?
Judging by the comments Snickers got, some fans are not happy. At. All.
Well, there are supporters, and Snickers has decided to get in the middle of the controversy in the best way possible. They've promised that they'll give away a million candy bars if it does get changed.