Happy Halloween everyone!
Normally we wouldn’t stray from the every exciting topic of HVAC but we wanted to share some safety tips for families on Halloween plus share with you some our favorite Halloween jokes. (some so bad they are actually good)
Trash the unwrapped candy stash
Parents should tell their children not to eat their treats until the end of the evening when their candy can be properly inspected. Any treats that aren’t wrapped or have torn, damaged packages should be thrown out. For children under the age of five, check for any hard or large chewy candies that might be a choking hazard.
Start the evening early
Send your little ones out early so they can enjoy the evening before it gets too dark and make it home at a reasonable hour to rest and recover after a frightfully fun evening.
Visit all your old haunts and make a map
Establish a route for children in pairs or small groups to walk in familiar neighborhoods. Parents who aren’t accompanying their children should know the areas in which their children are walking in case of emergency. Children should also carry a flashlight and if available, a cellphone.
…and now for your entertainment pleasure
Where do fashionable ghosts shop for sheets?
What do you call a ghost with a broken leg?
A hoblin goblin
What’s the problem with twin witches?
You never know which witch is which