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Holiday Greeting - Halloween Jokes for Children

| October 29, 2018
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If trick-or-treating in your neighborhood requires a trick to get a treat, your little ghosts and goblins will need some short and easy-to-remember options. Here are a few that were recommended by Reader’s Digest:1

• What has hundreds of ears but can’t hear? (A cornfield)
• Which fruit is a vampire’s favorite? (Neck-tarine)
• How do you fix a damaged jack-o-lantern? (With a pumpkin patch)
• What do ghosts wear when their eyesight gets blurred? (Spook-tacles)
• What do witches ask for at a hotel? (Broom service)

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This material was prepared by Carson Group Coaching. Carson Group Coaching is not affiliated with the named broker/dealer.

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