A fearsome being of fairytale and myth, the witch has carved out a home in nearly every culture across the world and time. Indeed, the witch represents the dark side of the female presence: she has power that cannot be controlled.
While this time of year brings about depictions of aging, ugly, hook-nosed women surrounding their cauldrons and inflicting toil and trouble on the masses, history tells us that the witch’s origins are far less sinister. In fact, those whom we consider to be witches have often been healers.
Which witch joke will have you boiling over with laughter.
Q: Who turns the lights off at Halloween?
A: The light’s witch!
Q: Why is the air so clean and healthy on Halloween?
A: Because there are so many witches sweeping the sky!
Q: What do baby witches play with?
A: Deady bears!
Q: Who went into a witche’s den and came out alive?
A: The witch!
Q: What do you call a pretty and friendly witch?
A: A failure!
Q: What does a white witch turn into when the lights go out?
A: The black witch!
Q: How do you make a witch float?
A: You take two scoops of ice cream, a glass of coke and one witch…!
Q: What do you call a witch who drives really badly?
A: A road hag!
Q: What goes cackle, cackle, bonk, bonk?
A: A witch laughing her head off!
Q: What goes cackle, cackle, boom?
A: A witch in a minefield!
Q: Why was the witch late for the party?
A: She’d lost her witch-watch!