Hallowe’en Jokes Told To Me By A Punk Rocker

We didn’t go trick or treating last night. We had two punk bands playing in the shop so we got our black gear on and went to watch. They screamed a bit, but they were good.

One of the bass players, an imposing 6 foot 5 hunk of punk rock muscle turned out to be very funny. He looked like someone you’d never want to meet in a dark alley but he had a well-stocked arsenal of corny jokes.


Here are his best corny vampire jokes.

What’s it like to be kissed by a vampire?

It’s a pain in the neck.

What type of dog does Dracula have?

A blood hound.

Why are vampire families so close?

Because blood is thicker than water.

What is Dracula’s favourite flavour of ice cream?


Just goes to show that punk rockers can be silly too.

Hope you had a fun Hallowe’en!

16 thoughts on “Hallowe’en Jokes Told To Me By A Punk Rocker

  1. Oh… a bit corny ,yes, but funny indeed ! I will be forwarding these to a friend who is in need of of good laugh. Thanks Selma. I hope you had fun at the gig, and perhaps got to kick up your high Halloween heels !


  2. How cool you are going to see punk rockers. Don’t remember the last time I did that!

    You are one of the few people I “know” who spells Hallowe’en with the apostrophe. I stopped doing it this year because I felt like I was the only person in the world who did so. But I shall revert to it again now I see that I have company.


  3. MAMA ZEN:
    My son loved them. Who knew Dracula liked ice cream? πŸ˜†

    I’ve always used the apostrophe, I think. I also think it looks spookier with the apostrophe plunked between the two ‘e’s like that. Quite Gothic!

    Yay for apostrophe lovers! So glad your kids liked the jokes πŸ˜€

    You’re back ❗ Oh that is just fantastic. It has made my day to hear from you. It is ironic, isn’t it? However, many of the punks I’ve met have had a great sense of humour. Often it’s just their look that is confronting, not their personality. So glad to see you XXXX


  4. I had a book of PJs when I was in my teens. For Halloween I remember this stupid one:

    What does a baby zombie call his parents?
    Mummy and Deady!


  5. Oh how fun! I LOVE corny jokes! Here’s some more:

    What kind of alley does a ghost prefer to haunt?
    A dead end.

    Why wasn’t the vampire working?
    He was on his coffin break.

    What’s a ghosts favourite ride at the carnival?
    The roller ghoster

    What musical instrument does a skeleton play?
    A trombone


    Oh, and I hold the belief that rockers are just ordinary people that have successfully camouflaged themselves. πŸ˜‰


  6. GEL:
    I love the vein-illa joke. For some reason it has really tickled me πŸ˜†

    You are right. Next year I must remember to spell it correctly.

    I wanted to have brekkie on the Harbour Bridge but I was working that day. They say they might do it again next year, so if they do I’ll definitely go. Sounds like fun!

    I love that one. πŸ˜€

    Agree with you completely about the rockers.
    The jokes are brilliant. πŸ˜€ πŸ™‚ πŸ˜†


  7. The more I read it, the more it impresses me. I don’t know how I ever worked without hilarious and funny things in our life, Life would be so much easier especially when there’s a jokes here and there. Being funny is nice because a lot of serious people are lacking with this kind of behavior that is why they are much look older. I would like to thank you for your outstanding blog post. Keep it up! Awesome!


    You’ve got to have a laugh. It’s as simple as that. It makes life worth living. Thanks for stopping by πŸ˜†


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