It’s the time of the year for spooks, goblins, witches, monsters, ghouls, and all manner of beastly and horrifying creatures…but enough about your neighbors children, this post is about tips for Halloween.
Halloween Tip #1
When you’re carving your jack-o-lantern, you should try your best not cut off your thumb. If cutting off your thumb can’t be helped, (thank you Jack Daniels) then use it. Your jack-o-lantern covered with actual blood spatter and with a severed thumb next to it will be the hit of the neighborhood.
Halloween Tip #2
Don’t cheap out on the treats. You don’t want to be that person in the neighborhood who passes out pennies or walnuts or apples. Have you ever been pelted in the face with pennies or walnuts or apples? It stings.
Remember: other people’s children are all dull-witted potato-faced monsters who belong in juvie, (your children, however, are precious) don’t give them a reason to egg your house.
And don’t be that guy that gives out toothbrushes; you’re just asking for house to be burned down.
Halloween Tip #3
If some of those rapscallion neighborhood kids should decide to play tricks on you regardless of the generosity of your treat giving, you need to be prepared.
There are dozens of tactics I could advise, but it really condenses to three simple words: release the hounds.
Halloween Tip #4
Always keep a good lawyer on retainer. (See Halloween Tip #3.)
Halloween Tip #5
Have no regrets.
It’s the day after Halloween and you’re cleaning egg from the side of your house, (next year those little dull-witted potato-faced monsters are getting pennies) and the lawsuits are already going forward. (See Halloween Tip #3 again.)
You try to text your friend about your troubles, but you find texting is just one of the many things that is much more difficult without a thumb. While your severed thumb looked great next to the jack-0-lantern, a crow flew away with it almost immediately so really didn’t get the full benefit the effect.
Halloween Tip #6