Holiday traditions and routines aren’t unusual. In fact, our traditions are often what make our holidays so memorable and special. They provide a comfort and framework for planning and expectations – we anticipate that once-a-year dessert (oh, that sticky toffee pudding!) or that annual stroll through the park after Thanksgiving dinner. Halloween probably isn’t the first day you think of when someone mentions holiday traditions… But even Halloween has its expectations – and requirements!
In some neighbourhoods, trick-or-treaters are required to tell a joke (or do a trick) before receiving candy. Kids will save up jokes all year to prepare! Getting the biggest laugh is almost better than getting that candy – well…almost…
Here are a few “tricks” – to be prepared for the treats!
Q: What do ghosts eat for supper?
Q: What do you do when 50 zombies surround your house?
A: Hope its Halloween
Q: What is the most important subject a witch learns in school?
Q: What did the ghost say to the other ghost?
A: Do you believe in humans?
Q: What do you get when you cross a Cocker Spaniel, a Poodle and a ghost?
A: A cocker poodle boo
Q: What do ghosts need to have before scaring someone?
A: A haunting license
Q: Who won the skeleton beauty contest?
A: No Body