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Friday, October 28, 2011

Jokes and One Liners From An Archaeology Themed Halloween


As you know, Halloween is upon us, and while many of you will be bringing your little monsters around trick or treating, I'll be putting up my Christmas tree. Did I say that out loud?


What about the archaeologists who love Halloween? What is it about the holiday that they love?

Archaeology Themed Halloween One Liners
  1. You are guaranteed to get at least a little something in the sack.
  2. Inspecting and sorting the candy your kids bring back is like touching the shroud of turin.
  3. Every item collected already has a date. Phew!
  4. It's the only time when we can actually dress like Indiana Jones and all of the kids know who we are.
  5. We can mingle with the mummies and skeletons on Halloween.
  6. Y0u can actually dress like Helen of Troy and not cause a war. Unless your shroud is see thru, lol.
  7. You don't need your tools to assess the damage the candy will do to your midsection. Who cares....It's candy and it's Halloween!
  8. It's the only time you can study a form of subsistence (candy) and wear fishnets at the same time.
Archaeology Themed Halloween Jokes
    Q. What did the skeleton say to the archaeologist?
    A. Give me two beers and a mop

    Q. What do you call a friendly dead Egyptian?
    A. A Chummy Mummy

    Q. Why don't skeletons like parties?
    A. They have no body to dance with

    Q. Why wasn't there any food left after the archaeology party?
    A. Because everyone was a goblin

    Q. What is a Mummie's favorite type of music?
    A. Wrap!

    Have a Happy Halloween Ancient Diggers!

    2 Comments:

    Emma Springfield said...

    I love Halloween too. This was a fun post. By the way, what did Dracula say when he kissed his girlfriend? Ouch!

    Lauren Axelrod said...

    @Emma

    Long time no see. So busy with classes Trying to find time to come on over and catch up on the posts. He he, good joke!

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