Let’s fasten our sheet belt, ‘cause it will be a dark and stormy night. Halloween is here.
Well … more there than here, we don’t have pumpkins you know!
And I can’t help being worried for you. All the young children actively engage in dayscare and your teenage daughter turns into a witch and all of a sudden takes spelling very serious.
I feel it is my duty to warn you and give you some survival tips:
1. Do not search the basement, especially if the power has just gone out. This tip is also useful to all secondary characters in any horror movie.
2. Stay away from certain geographical locations, some of which are listed here:
Nilbog (you’re in trouble if you recognize this one),
the Bermuda Triangle
Any small town in Maine.
3.Extending a friendly hand to something suspiciously smelling of recombinant DNA technology, is never wise.
4. Never read a book of demon summoning aloud, even as a joke. Ask Faust! Oh you can’t, he’s dead!
Just remember, you have taken Halloween too far when all the skeletons in your closet have names.
There is a flicker of light in all of this though:
If a skeleton chases you down the road, just cross it. It can’t follow you…it doesn’t have the guts, you know!
Happy Halloween, everybody!
~ Penguin out!
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