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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Starlight Saturday

Silly Saturday

This week is time for silliness, but with a paranormal twist!

This first silly video comes from Jonathon Coulton and Dragon*ConTV

We can't leave out jokes, so here are some good, and some not so good jokes. Some of them would get you a "groaner" foul if you used them at Comedy Sportz!

How do vampires get around on Halloween?
By blood vessels!

What kind of ship does Dracula own?
A blood vessel! [Hey, I warned you, lol!:)]

All is not lost, I found another site with better, albeit longer, vampire jokes. The following are from
Why was Dracula always willing to help young vampires?
Because he liked to see new blood in the business.

Patient: Doctor, doctor, I think I've been bitten by a vampire.
Doctor: Drink this glass of water.
Patient: Will it make me better?
Doctor: No, but I'll be able to see if your neck leaks.

Two men were having a drink together.
One said, "I'd rather live with a vampire than with my wife."
"Why's that?" asked the other.
"Because she's always trying to bite my head off," he replied.

What do you call a vampire junkie?
Count Drugula.

And one more for good measure:
Which vampire tried to eat James Bond?

To top off this Silly Saturday edition, one of my favorite comic cartoons of all time:

Note: This is a scanned version of a photocopy of an original strip cut out from a purchased Milwaukee newspaper (Journal or Sentinel, can't remember which one, as they used to be two separate publications) circa 1987 to 1991.

To find current Mother Goose & Grimm comic strips, visit:

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