Spooky jokes!

Julia Baxter, Staff Writer

“What is the most important subject a witch learns in school? Spelling.” I know that it’s a little bit early for this, but I love Halloween. However, lately I’ve been having some conflicting thoughts on the subject.

Here is my issue, I love Halloween, but it is becoming more and more difficult for me to celebrate. When I was little, I was the kid that started thinking about Halloween months ahead (and as you can tell by the fact that I’m writing about Halloween in September, not much has changed).

The problem is, I’m too old for trick or treating. I love scary things, but I do not enjoy being the victim of a scary thing. I do not watch scary movies or go to haunted houses because I don’t do well with getting scared.

I’m also not old enough to drink, so there goes that way of celebrating. That leaves me with Halloween shirts, earrings and jokes, along with being a character on the haunted trail with the drama club.

So if you see me in a Halloween shirt, don’t tell me it’s too early, because this is all I’ve got left to celebrate my favorite holiday.

That being said, here are some good Halloween jokes.

Why are ghosts so bad at lying? Because you can see right through them.

Why did the skeleton refuse to cross the road? He didn’t have the guts.

What is a ghost’s favorite baked treat? Booberry pie.

Why don’t mummies have any friends? They are too wrapped up in themselves.

Why don’t ghosts like the rain? It dampens their spirits.

What do goblins and ghosts drink when they’re hot and thirsty on halloween? A Ghoul-aid.

What is a mummies’ favorite type of music? Wrap.

What do you call a witch who lives at the beach? A sand-witch.

What did the skeleton say to the vampire? you suck.

Halloween for the win. Stay Spooky my friends.