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Monday morning writing joke: “Head ache”

Q.: What type of performer is a zombie?

A.: A headliner

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Q.: When a zombie leaves, what is she doing?

A.: She’s heading out-of-town.

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Q.: What is the main feature a zombie looks for in a car?

A.: More head room.

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Monday morning writing joke: “Heady stuff”

Q.: What do you call the principal at a zombie school?

A.: The headmaster.

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Q.: What is a zombie’s worst nightmare?

A.: The Headless horseman.

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Q.: What is a zombie’s favorite spread on bread?

A.: Head cheese.

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Photo finish Friday: “The last straw”

Happy Bale-o-ween or is that Straw-o-latern?

Happy Bale-o-ween or is that Straw-o-latern?

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Monday morning writing joke: “Head’s up”

Q: Where do zombie kids begin their education.

A.: In Head Start.

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Q.: What’s a zombie’s goal in education?

A.: To get to the head of the class.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Big Deal”

O’ jack-o’-lantern /

spits seeds, blows smoke, swallows flame /

for a night’s desire.

Desire for sale.

Desire for sale.

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The 50 Scariest Books of All Time – Flavorwire

The 50 Scariest Books of All Time – Flavorwire.

Give scary books to trick-or-treaters. See how long they keep coming back.

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Monday morning writing joke: “Too ugly to be seen.”

There once was a man so mean /

his face was too ugly to be seen. /

He was banned from sight /

so as not to give fright — /

except for the night called Halloween.

The man and his amulet.

The man and his amulet.

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