20 Halloween Puns to Light Up Your Spooky Season
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20 Halloween Puns to Light Up Your Spooky Season

It's Time to Creep It Real

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20 Halloween Puns to Light Up Your Spooky Season
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After coming to college, I realized how Halloween, especially this year, was so meaningful and driven by memes, social media posts, and similar costumes. Halloween is not necessarily about trick-or-treating anymore, but instead, it is about posting pictures, making door decorations and having fun to de-stress from midterms. Without further ado, here are some FANG-tastic puns, one-liners, and jokes to light up your spooky season.


"What kind of music do mummies listen to? They listen to WRAP music"

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"You're just my (blood) type"

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"I would make a skeleton joke, but I don't find them HUMERUS"

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"Your costume is so realistic its unCANDY"

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"Oh my GOURD, I love Halloween"

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"What's a vampire's favorite flavor of ice-cream? VEIN-illa"

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"What's a monster's favorite play? Romeo and GHOUL-iet"

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"How do monsters know their futures? They read HORROR-scopes"

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"This Halloween, live on the FRIGHT-side"

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"A skeleton's favorite instrument is the trom-BONE"

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"Creep it real"

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"What do you call two witches living together? BROOM-mates"

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"What do birds give out on Halloween night? TWEETS"

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"Why didn't the ghost dance at the party? He had no-BODY to dance with"

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"Who do vampires buy their cookies from? The GHOUL scouts"

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"Give them PUMPKIN to talk about"

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"What do ghosts have for dessert? Ice SCREAM"

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"What is a skeleton's favorite fruit? A BONE-ana"

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"Why did the witches lose the baseball game? Their BATS flew away"

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"How did the pumpkin fix the hole in his pants? With a PUMPKIN PATCH"

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