Trick-or-Treat Bag of Halloween Humor

October: the time of year the witches set aside their Swiffer Wetjets for more traditionally seasonal modes of flying transit... 

Those bright, crisp days before the carved pumpkins begin to sag, sink and soggily sway like drunken old men on every doorstep...

The time of year I realize how many Halloween humor posts I've written since I started blogging, and that newer readers haven't gotten a chance to check them out!

So if you're looking for a few holiday cackles, a dollop of zombie fun, a resurrection of 80's childhood nostalgia and maybe even a few otherworldly groans, look no further than our list below! Click a title to find your frightening funny.


All That is Zombie

  • Rip Slaughter: Zombie for Hire. An original example of the Film Noir Zombie Detective genre. Okay, there probably isn't a genre that specific yet. But maybe there will be.

Halloween in 80s Kiddom
  • Nightmare on Sesame Street Part One. Take one talented seamstress mom, two tons of fiberfill, and a tube of window caulking and what do you get? Halloween immobility and award-winning costuming all-in-one. 
  • Nightmare on Sesame Street Part Two. The mean streets of Jersey prove trick-or-treating is a dangerous game, and not just because Mrs. Martin's been giving out the same bag of Milk Duds for five years.
Hope you enjoy 'em-- They're sugar and razor-blade free!

6 comments:

Jaffer said...

Halloween aside, how is everything else with you Jen ?
How has your Dad's transition to Pittsburgh been and how is his treatment going ?

Give my Regards

Jenn Thorson said...

Hi, Jaffer- Hanging in there okay, thanks. The doctor is a good one, things have been fairly well-organized and so far we're getting a lot of support.

Deray said...

What? does that means we don't get a Halloween post this year? Unacceptable! Get writing missy!

Just kidding, I know you are very busy, I'm glad your Dad is OK. Saludos ;-)

Jenn Thorson said...

Deray- Well, Halloween isn't here yet. Ya never know. :)

Da Old Man said...

I enjoyed the trip down memory lane, especially zombie identification. As always, you remain my go to person on everything zombie.

P.S. While I don't know what is up with your Dad, as sadly I've become an infrequent reader, but I wish you and him all the best.

nick said...

Well, if you like a chuckle, check out my nursery rhyme humor this week. But no refunds :)