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Ever Feel Like A Sitting Duck? Halloween Jokes & FRANKENSTORM!


Hey, Annie here.  Creator of JenningsWire.

Yesterday was a really spooky day for me.  On the one hand I was posting our Halloween scary stories to JenningsWire about ghosts, haunted houses and paranormal activity and on the other I was playing ‘beat the clock’ to get the posts up before the power went out.  Let me tell you, these posts can really start to get to you (especially with the Weather Channel on in the background and FRANKENSTORM about to hit us square in the face).   I started to feel a bit like a sitting duck and that combined with one blogger talking about all of the unusual ‘events’ that coincided with Halloween in the past, the weather broadcasters saying words like ”unprecedented EPIC STORM approaching’ and the ghost stories, haunted stories .  .  . and the fact that so far NOBODY is even noticing that Monday, October 29th, the day of the epic storm, is a FULL MOON.  Ahhhhhhhhhhh!

And then, last night at dusk

I looked out the window and the scene looked just like the haunted house PHOTO we used for Leo Battenhausen’s post on Growing Up With Ghosts (Part 2).   Seriously.  You can see this PHOTO on the home page of JenningsWire, center column.   You will know it when you see it, trust me.   Keep scrolling down to read Growing Up With Ghosts (Part 1) if you like.

By the way, all of our blogger’s Halloween posts are on the HOME PAGE of JenningsWire, center column.

Our team is located in and around Princeton NJ but no worries, everyone who works here and their families are OK and totally loaded up with lots of goodies and mobile devices.

So, do you have a favorite Halloween joke?

I would love to hear your joke in the comments section below.  Why not?  Your jokes and comments will keep us all company when the storm hits, the power goes out  and all HELL BREAKS LOOSE.   Our team will read them from our iPads or iPhones and this way, we will all be connected!

Here we go!

Why did the vampire get fired from the blood bank?
He was caught drinking on the job!

Why do ghosts have so much trouble dating?
Women can see right through them!

What kind of music do mummies listen to?
Wrap!

What’s a cannibal’s favorite bean?
A human bean

What do you call two spiders that just got married?
Newlywebbed!

Where did the ghost get its hair done?
The boo-ty shop!

Why did the game warden arrest the ghost?
He didn’t have a haunting license

What happened to the guy who couldn’t keep up payments to his exorcist?
He was repossessed!

What is a witch’s favorite subject in school?
Spelling!

Why couldn’t the mummy answer the phone?
Because he was all wrapped up!

Why didn’t the skeleton cross the road?
Because he didn’t have any guts

What kind of fruit does Dracula like?
Neckterines!

How many witches does it take to change a light bulb?
Depends on what you want to change it into…

Why can’t mummies go on vacation?
Because they’re afraid they’ll relax and unwind!

What do skeletons say before eating?
Bone Appetite!

Got any Halloween jokes?  Share them in comments below!


Thank you to our bloggers and readers  for all of your amazing support of JenningsWire.  Total smash hit!   

All heart, Annie!


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4 Responses to "Ever Feel Like A Sitting Duck? Halloween Jokes & FRANKENSTORM!"

  1. Stacy Kauffman says:

    Why don’t skeletons like parties?

    Because they have no BODY to dance with!

  2. Meridith Jennings says:

    What do you call a witch in the desert? A sandwitch

  3. Meridith Jennings says:

    Halloween was confusing. All my life my parents said, “Never take candy from strangers.” And then they dressed me up and said, “Go beg for it.” I didn’t know what to do. I’d knock on people’s doors and go, “Trick or treat . . . no thank you.” ~ Rita Rudner

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