10 монстр-шуток на Хэллоуин

10 Halloween monster jokes

Накануне Дня всех святых мы с Наташей записали очередное веселенькое видео.

Нам кажется, что под хорошую шутку иностранный язык изучается с бОльшим удовольствием. Шутку можно пересказать друзьям или любимой учительнице английского языка. То-то она удивится!

Сегодня мы побалуем вас забавными шутками на тему Хэллоуина. Ведьмы, привидения, мумии и даже сам Наполеон Бонапарт упоминаются в сегодняшнем видео. Веселенькая компания!

Но надо быть очень внимательными, чтобы понять, о чем идет речь.

Мы подготовили картинки вам в помощь, а также Наташа взяла на себя труд пояснить, о чем идет речь в шутках.

Тех наших читателей, кто еще не определился в своем отношении к Хэллоуину, позволим себе отослать к двум Наташиным прошлогодним видео. В одном подробно рассматривается история праздника Хэллоуин, а во втором рассказывается холодящая душу история Джека-фонаря.

Желаем удачного просмотра и погружения в атмосферу Дня всех святых!



Напоминаем, что, как обычно, в Наташиных видео можно воспользоваться английскими субтитрами, которые можно активировать или отказаться, нажав на специальный значок внизу видеокартинки – прямоугольник с красной линией снизу. Для тех, кто интересуется самим текстом видео, располагаем его ниже.


Hello, friends! I hope you are OK today.

I would like to present 10 very popular English jokes… well… they are popular at this time of the year. If you just started to learn English it might be a little bit difficult for you to appreciate them in full, but I will give you a clue and try to explain some of them.

Before we begin, these are the main characters of our jokes today.

A Witch.

A Dracula.

A Ghost.

A Mummy.

A Skeleton.

A Vimpire.

Why do witches wear name tags?
So that they can tell which witch is which!

You know, what name tags are? Those are the little badges that people wear with their name on, so that the other people can learn who is who or which is which. Can you see the point of the joke now?

What do you call a witch who lives at the beach?
A sand-witch.

What can you find on the beach a lot? The sand, right? Point of the joke is that the word sand-witch sounds very similar to sandwich, which is nothing to do with witches whatsoever.

Why is Dracula so unpopular?
Because he's a pain in the neck!

This is a very popular expression. When someone is very naughty, people say ‘Oh, he is a pain in the neck!’

In the case of our joke Dracula was a vampire, who usually bites his victims in the neck.

What does Mrs Ghost serve for dessert?
Ice scream.

Yes, everyone likes ice cream for dessert. But if you see a ghost at the same time, you will definitely give out a loud SCREAM!

Where do mummies go for a swim?
To the Dead Sea.

You know who Mummies are and you know that they are dead. So… the only place for them to swim is the Dead Sea!

Why don't skeletons like parties?
They have no body to dance with.

Nobody in one word means nobody – not a single person. But no body in our joke means that the skeletons don’t have a body.

What happened when a boy vampire met a girl vampire?
It was love at first bite!

If you know the popular saying ‘Love at first sight’, you will easily understand this joke.

What do they teach at witches school?

I like this joke! All children at primary school learn how to spell words. Spelling is an everyday exercise.

On the other hand witches make SPELLS to perform their magic.

Who was the most famous French skeleton?
Napoleon bone-apart.

You should know that the full name of Napoleon was Napoleon Bonaparte. I think that it was very clever that someone spotted this word similarity.

Does it make sense for you?

Why are ghosts so bad at lying?
Because you can see right through them!

I will leave this joke for you to understand without my help. I hope you find it easy.

Now you have a clear view how these jokes are made. It is all just play of words to make you think a little bit and then smile.

I hope you enjoyed my video today. Please subscribe to my channel to see new videos to come.

See you soon, goodbye!



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