Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Bad Halloween Jokes

Jo, over at Jo on Food, Life and a Scent of Chocolate posted a Halloween joke the other day.  The only joke I can remember is 'Why don't witches get pregnant?'  'Too many Holloweenies'.  So I went to a site with bad Halloween jokes and found this one that I thought was cute:

'What do you get when you cross a vampire with a snowman?'
'Frostbite'

I see all these Halloween cards at Hallmark, but I've never sent one.  I am sure there are lots of jokes on them cause what else would you write on a Halloween card?  Well, I just had a thought about a graveyard, a certain presidential candidate and 'wish you were here', but I try to stay away from political discourse.

Looks to be another nice day even if it is not as warm as yesterday.  And that means I still have to cut my grass.  Though cutting grass is better than shoveling snow, so I will deal with it.

Have a great day.


8 comments:

  1. LOL with the joke. I think I sent a handful of Halloween cards over the years. I liked shoveling snow when we lived in Montana except when you shoveled then it snowed later in the day and you had to do it again.

    Betty

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  2. I like the presidential joke in particular Denise. Thank goodness we don't have to shovel snow or mow grass.

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    1. He is definitely a bad joke. I'd take up praying if I thought it would help.

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  3. My 18 year old grandson loves these kinds of jokes. I can't wait to tell him these two!!

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  4. I have no bad jokes for you. I hope this wonderful fall isn't the start of a bad joke. It got up to 68 today. Unbelievable, in upstate New York. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  5. I don't know Halloween jokes but I have sent cards but just to 2 people. It is too warm and it's doing a number on me. I can't believe how many leaves are still on the trees.

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  6. Always ready to enjoy a corny/silly joke. Keeps me young.

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  7. Last week, I received an email from a gift basket company saying time was running out to send a Halloween gift. I find it amusing that greeting card companies and florists are trying to make Halloween gift-giving a thing. That's not what it's all about!

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