Halloween Sayings, Verses, Poems and Jokes with a Spooky Factor
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Halloween is the time of year when you can dress up and let your imagination go wild, decorate your house with all kinds of ghosts and ghoulies, and try your best to frighten the neighborhood kids.
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And there are many "Halloween sayings" that you can try out on them when they come trick or treating - from poems to puns to really bad jokes.
My favorite Halloween saying is by Erma Bombeck, who said "A grandmother pretends she doesn't know who you are on Halloween." Another one is, "I do believe in spooks, I do, I do, I do!" spoken by the Cowardly Lion in "The Wizard of Oz".
You can also use the sayings and poems for Halloween party invitations - from "The Ghostess With The Mostest" and invite people to " Come As You Aren't ". You could use one of the following from unknown authors:
When witches go riding,
Pumpkins on a fence post
Place creepy signs such as grave markers and headstones around your front door with some of these Halloween sayings written on them in dripping letters of "blood":
A Wicked Witch Lives Here - Beware!
Hugs & Kisses 5 cents, Bugs & Hisses 10 cents
Blood donors needed. See the Count.
Little ghosts are all about
Broom Rides - 25 Cents
Caution! Monster Crossing - or Ghost crossing, Witch crossing, etc.
Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid
Time For A Coffin Break
Alternatively, if your trick or treaters are going to be mostly very small children, you could write cute Halloween sayings on your grave markers. Even though they can't read, their parents might chuckle.
Costumes, Pumpkins, & Candy, Oh My
Cutest Little Pumpkin In The Patch
Don't Be Scared.. It's Just Us
Even Dogs Like Halloween - if you've dressed up the family dog
Happy Halloween.. Whatever You Are!
Yum, Yum Give Me Some
Finally, some Halloween jokes to tell at a Halloween party and make your friends groan - and possibly "trick" you.
Why was the skeleton afraid to cross the road? It had no guts..
What did the skeleton say to the bartender? I'll have two beers and a mop.
Why can't skeletons play music in church? Because they have no organs.
How do you tell twin witches apart? You can't tell which witch is which..
Why is a haunted handkerchief so scary? Because it has 'boo-gers'..
Why did the vampires cancel their baseball game? They couldn't find their 'bats'.
Why wasn't the vampire working? He was on a coffin break.
What do skeletons say before eating? Bone-Appetit'.
What does a child monster call his parents? Mummy and Deady.
Where do ghosts shop for clothes? At the Boo-tique.
Why do vampires need mouthwash? They have bat breath.
What is a monster psychiatrist called? Shrinkenstein.
As you can see, there are many, many Halloween sayings, poems and jokes which you can use. You probably have your own favorites, but I think some of these are boo-tiful and you may want to use them.
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