Posted tagged ‘Halloween’

All Hail, Halloween!

October 31, 2021

(Me, when Halloween is mentioned…)

I unabashedly love Halloween! You can have your Xmas, with it’s warm, cozy, fuzzy feelings…but give me Halloween, with monsters, witches, zombies, malevolent aliens, and more!

I’ve loved Halloween since I was a kid…always have, and always will! I’m far too old now to Trick-or-Treat, but I can still seek the sublime feeling of the creepy and a good scare. On Halloween, you can embrace your dark side and animal within, and dare to walk that creature around for a bit…

So keep a little bit of Halloween spirit with you all year ‘round…and dare for the scare! – -Ahahahaha!

(Happy Halloween from Fyrefox! 🎃)

Howloween at Last!

October 31, 2011

– – It’s HalloweenFoxsylvanians, that most special day of the year to me, and I would be much amiss if I didn’t wish each and every one of my valued readers a frightful and delightful day!  Enjoy the day, and Get your roar on!

Really Bad Halloween Jokes…

October 31, 2008

(–These jokes are not up to our usual standards on Foxsylvania, not that we have many to begin with!– Now you have been properly warned! — Proceed at your own risk!)

Q:  Why did the skeleton leave the dance early?

A:  He had no body to dance with.

Q:  Why couldn’t the boy ghost have children?

A:  Because he had a hallow-weenie.

Q:  What did Dracula do while in New York City?

A:  He visited the bloodsuckers on Wall Street.

Q:  Why did the vampire couple separate?

A:  Because their relationship sucked.

Q:  What’s the difference between a male deer and a witch?

A:  One’s a hunted stag, and the other’s a stunted hag.

..and finally, the last Howloween joke!  (<cheers>)

Q:  When’s a bad time to run into a black cat?

A:  When he has an Obama sticker on his car!

(We apologize but do not accept responsibility for these jokes, the likes of which you will not now be subjected to for another year…  😉  )

Howloween!

October 29, 2008

–I, for one, love Howloween! I think that it’s a day special to us furries, kind of a day on which we are given more permission than usual by the larger society to bring our insides out…and maybe have a few “mundanes” (non-furries) join us, if only for the day and evening. I anticipate Howloween the way some people do (shudder) the first day of buck season, or Xmas.

I’m not gonna engage in satanic rituals…nope, I’m just gonna ring doorbells, and run madly away to observe from behind any convenient bush or barrier…same as on any other day! 😉

And just think, on Howloween you can steal candy from your brother, sister, or kids while justifying in your own mind that it’s to prevent them from getting dental cavities!

The price of candy is up 4%, but hopefully that won’t prevent the traditional doorstep hand-outs! And maybe you’ll see “…a werewolf with a Chinese menu in his hands, walking the streets of Soho in the rain…” (Warren Zevon, Werewolves of London)


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