“A boy in my class told me he got bit by a vampire bat; and now he’s a vampire.. and he’s going to suck my blood.”
His brother looks at him, with a very serious look and says, “Are there mirrors in your classroom?”
“If there are mirrors, then he won’t show up… because he’s really invisible…Well, that’s because he’s actually DEAD, anyway.”
“There are mirrors, but the mirrors are too high.”
“You can bring garlic to school… vampires are afraid of garlic.”
“Tomorrow, I am SO taking garlic to school, and I’m going to see if he starts running.”
The garlic is already packed, peeled, in his backpack… just waiting for the school-day show-down.
This is just a sampling of the pounds of candy leftover from trick or treat.
P.S. Maybe the garlic will help ward off the infestation of headlice that is overtaking our school again this year.
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UGH on the lice thing. Does garlic really help that? We are pretty lucky that the boys still get their heads shaved pretty much all the time so I haven’t had to worry about lice at our house. But, the oldest did mention to me last week that he thinks he wants to grow his hair a little longer…you know, now that he is in middle school and all. 🙂
Hahahahahahahah! Good Plan!
We always found tea tree oil good for keeping lice at bay!
You’re making my head itch! 🙂
There is actually a business in my neck of the woods called NitPickers. I thought my friend was joking, but no, she actually spend a TON of money for herself and two kids. I was like ARE YOU KIDDING ME…. go buy some RID!
So, what’s the verdict? Is there a vampire in the school? 🙂
Verdict’s still out… now he’s sick and the vampire in question has been to school…
Just get some mint/rosemary or tea tree shampoo and let his hair grow!