Halloween Tricks or Treats?


Rachel Wnuk, EMC Sr. High Writer

Tricks or treats?

It’s the Halloween season, which means it’s time for some laugh-out-loud jokes. While most people are looking for the thrill of being scared out of their wits, some of us would rather spend their time eating candy and laughing with their friends. So, the following jokes may be a topic you could work into your conversation during some of your Halloween parties.


Q: What do you call a fat pumpkin?

A: A plumpkin.


Q: What is Beethoven doing in his grave?

A: Decomposing.


Q: What is a vampire’s favorite fruit?

A: A nectarine!


Q: When is it bad luck to be followed by a black cat?

A: When you’re a mouse.


Q: What do vampires take when they are sick?

A: Coffin drops!


Q: What do you call two spiders who just got married?

A: Newly webbed.


Q: What kind of music do mummies listen to?

A: Wrap.


Q: Why wasn’t there any food left after the monster party?

A: Because everyone was a goblin.


*Some of these jokes were taken from http://www.funology.com/halloween-jokes/ and http://laffgaff.com/halloween-puns/ 

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