Run-Ons



Holloween Run-Ons

Here are some Hallowee Run-ons / jokes, etc. that could be used at your October meeting.

  • Scout 1: What do zombies serve at tea?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Lady fingers.

  • Scout 1: What is the one thing that can harm Super-Mummy?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Crypt-onite

  • Scout 1: What do ghosts need before they can scare people?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: A Haunting license.

  • Scout 1: Why did the Invisible Man forfeit the boxing match?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Because he was a no-show.

  • Scout 1: Why did the mummy miss the party?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Because she was all wrapped up in her work.

  • Scout 1: Why did the ghoul bury the trophy?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Because she wanted it engraved.

  • Scout 1: How did the corpse get out of the coffin?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: It wormed its way free.

  • Scout 1: What position did the ghost play in the baseball game?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Fright Field

  • Scout 1: Why was the archaelogist crying?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Because he wanted his Mummy?

  • Scout 1: What kind of a ship does a vampire sail?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: A blood vessel.

  • Scout 1: What do you call a magic competition among witches?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: A spelling bee.

  • Scout 1: What has fur, howls at the moon, and is easy to clean?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: A Wash-and-werwolf.

  • Scout 1: Who do monsters buy their cookies from?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: The Ghoul Scouts.

  • Scout 1: Why aren't ghosts allowed in beauty parlors?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Because they're too hair-raising.

  • Scout 1: Where do monsters go swimming?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: In Lake Eerie.

  • Scout 1: What did the ghost's mother say to her son on Halloween night?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: You be scareful out there tonight.

  • Scout 1: Why couldn't Frankenstein dance?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: He had two left feet.

  • Scout 1: What did the ghouls eat at the barbecue?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: Handburgers and hot dogs.

  • Scout 1: What do grave robbers wear in the rain?
  • Scout 2: I don't know.
  • Scout 1: ghoul-oshes.

Regards,
Peter Van Houten <peterva@solar.vnd.tek.com>


Knights of the Round Table Run-Ons

Boy 1 Where do knights go to grab a bight to eat?
Boy 2 I don't know. Where do knights go to grab a bite to eat?
Boy 3 To an all - knight diner!

Boy 1 Why did every castle have a bank with an automatic teller?
Boy 2 For making knight deposits, I suppose.

Boy 1 What did King Arthur listen to every evening at six?
Boy 2 Gee, I don't know. What did King Arthur listen to every evening?
Boy 1 The knightly news.

Boy 1 Why did Robin hood rob only the rich?
Boy 2 Because the poor had no money?

Boy 1 What do you call it when all the knights traded horses?
Boy 2 I don't know.
Boy 1 The knight shift!


General Run-Ons

Two Leaders run across the stage passing a dollar bill. The Cubmaster asks, "what you guys doing." We say, "passing the buck."

Contributed by: Len Thorpe, Grand Canyon Council


1st person: Walks across stage with the word OUT on a piece of paper taped to a coat hanger.
2nd person: Asks, "what are you doing."
1st person: Says, "hanging out!."

Variation:

1st person: Walks across stage with the word OUT 2 on a piece of paper taped to a coat hanger.
2nd person: Asks, "what are you doing now."
1st person: Says, "hanging out! too."

Contributed by: Len Thorpe, Grand Canyon Council



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