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September 27, 2005

Volume 6, Issue 27

Sure, it's only September. But I'm in full Halloween mode already.

Tell us a story that involves a witch, a skeleton and a ghost.

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D: Trinity

"Listen you Harryhausen reject, it’s not a wart, it’s just a skin blemish" declared Glenda the Good.

"Looks cancerous" interjected Patrick Swayze's ghost, passing an ethereal hand through Glenda's face, "feels cancerous too."

"Screw you guys. I'm going back to the Emerald City."

Skeletor put his bony hands on his hips. "You can't abandon us here, we're in the wrong movie, and you’re our ticket out of here. A deal is a deal. Get us both home in exchange for 20% of the combined box office gross”

"How do you hold together without sinew and muscle anyway?" asked Glenda.


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Ted: Cheated

A witch, a skeleton, and a ghost walk into a bar. The barkeep looks up from his racing form and says "We don't serve your kind in here."
The witch transforms herself into a beautiful, young blonde. "That's better," he says. The ghost turns invisible. "Keep out of sight and don't bother anybody, and it'll be ok." The barkeep looks to the skeleton. The skeleton shrugs and falls into a loose pile of bones on the floor. The barkeep looks at the witch and says "Why did it do that? Now what?"

Don't you hate when you forget the punchline?

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