Just for Laughs
Q. What do goblins and ghosts drink when they’re hot and thirsty on Halloween?
Q. What is a Mummie’s favorite type of music?
Q. Why do demons and ghouls hang out together?
A. Because demons are a ghouls best friend!
Q. What’s a monster’s favorite bean?
A. A human bean.
Q. What do you call a witch who lives at the beach?
A. A sand-witch.
Q. Where does a ghost go on Saturday night?
A. Anywhere where he can boo-gie.
Q. What did the skeleton say to the vampire?
A. You suck.
Q. What do ghosts say when something is really neat? A.Ghoul
Q. Why did the ghost go into the bar?
A. For the Boos.
Halloween is an old holiday and it’s evolved from those first Druid & Celtic roots, to what’s celebrated today.
In Canada and the US is where it’s most popular. Up to 65% of Americans decorate for Halloween and Christmas is the only holiday which is more popular.
More candy is sold on Halloween than on any other holiday and every country which celebrates Halloween at all, does so in its own unique way.
Halloween all started as a pre-Christian Celtic festival called Samhain (which means “summer’s end”) held around the first of November. It celebrated the final day of the harvest and the crossing of spirits over into the other world. People in Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Northern France would ward off ghosts by lighting sacrificial bonfires, and, you guessed it, wearing costumes.
Some Halloween rituals used to involve finding a husband.
Halloween is the second largest commercial holiday in the country.