According to the US Census there were no known Zombies living in
Skull Creek, Nebraska
Another dream of mine is crushed.
Halloween Rules To Live By
Top 10 Houses to Avoid while Trick-or-Treating
10. Any house that seems to be imploding into a hole in the ground.
9. Any house made of gingerbread.
8. Any house that has ornamental lawn Hell Hounds.
7. Any house whose only entrance is through the basement.
6. Any house where all the windows are glowing with eerie green light.
5. Any house that keeps growling, “Get out”
4. Any house where the trophy animal heads on the walls are talking.
3. Any house that has a bloody wood chipper prominently displayed in the front yard.
2. Any house with a yard full of statues of people in odd running poses.And the number 1 house to avoid…
1. Any house that wasn’t there a couple of seconds ago.
This is a Coffin you can be buried in
This is a Coffin you can make out of cake- you can eat it:
From TLC Cooking HERE
|1||loaf (16 ounces) pound cake, thawed if frozen|
|1||container (1 pound) caramel frosting|
|1/2||pound assorted Halloween candies|
|5||to 10 gummy worms|
|1||cup chocolate cookie crumbs|
- Cut cake loaf to resemble coffin by cutting 1-inch triangle from 1 corner of cake. Cut opposite corner to match; this will be the top end of coffin. Cut long, narrow triangles (1X4-inches) off bottom corners to form bottom end.
- Slice 1/2-inch layer off top of cake horizontally to form lid; set aside. Leaving 1/2-inch border, cut around inside edge of cake and scoop out some of interior. Cut graham crackers to fit onto cake sides; use frosting to attach graham cracker “boards” to outer sides of cake. Frost top of cake, if desired.
- Fill inside of cake with candy and gummy worms, allowing some to spill out over edges. Set lid on cake at slight angle.
Cake looks great atop chocolate cookie crumbs, on a wooden cutting board, with a small spoon as a shovel in a pile of “dirt” crumbs next to coffin.