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Puns Spooken Here free pdf You may well have heard the seasonal prey upon words "What do you call an empty hot dog?" Answer: A hollow weenie.

Speaking of food, here's a menu that Richard Lederer and P. C. Swanson have cooked up just for Halloween. They promise that you won't be able to resist goblin up this full-corpse meal. Bone appetit!

  • Hungarian Ghoul Ash
  • Frank 'n' Stein
  • Stake Sandwitch
  • Littleneck Clams
  • Spook-ghetti
  • Artichokes
  • Skullions
  • Scarrots
  • Adam's Apples
  • Nectarines
  • Booberry Pie
  • Terrormisu
  • Ghost Toasties
  • Pentagram Crackers
  • Poisonbury Jam
  • Brain Muffins
There's plenty more inside the trick or treat bag of Halloween puns the authors have put together for the holiday. Having already pun-ished readers of Have a Punny Christmas with a toy bag of Yuletide puns, International Punster of the Year Richard Lederer now offers you best vicious for Halloween. In this venture, he is joined by fellow International Punster of the Year, P. C. Swanson, editor of "The Punster."

Here you'll learn about the historical origins of Halloween and giggle through punderful biographies of Dracula and Frankenstein.

  • Demons are a ghoul's best friend.
  • What happens when you fail to pay your exorcist?
    You get repossessed.
  • Why was Dracula fired from working at the blood bank?
    They caught him taking too many coffin breaks and drinking on the job.
  • Who won the skeleton beauty contest?
    No body.
  • Have you heard about the panty raid on the coven?
    It was an embarrassment of witches.
  • Why don't witches like to ride their brooms when they're angry?
    They're afraid of flying off the handle.
  • What do you call a werewolf who likes to work with clay?
    A hairy potter.
You'll agree. Lederer and Swanson have put together here the greatest collection

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Author : Lederer, Richard
Publisher : Warner Books
Data Published : 23 August 2002
ISBN : 0759545685
EAN : 9780759545687
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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