15 Hilarious Halloween Memes That Will Get You Into the Spooky Spirit of the Season

15 Hilarious Halloween Memes That Will Get You Into the Spooky Spirit of the Season

Halloween is just a few short weeks away. In a year that has already been scary enough for everyone, we took the time to find the humor in Halloween. And while trick-or-treating seems unlikely, and wild costume parties are an absolute no-no, we were able to find that humor — where else? — on the internet, in the form of memes. Of course.

We’ve collected some of our favorite humorous Halloween moments below.

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15 Hilarious Halloween Memes

Parents are in it for the candy too.

Nobody lays a finger on their peanut butter cups.

This year, handing out candy takes precision and skill.

Get ready.

Everyone’s got to set up their game this year.

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Rival dads gonna rival.

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6 feet? Ha! Try 600 feet.

Don’t need a haunted house this year to feel truly spooked.

The laundry pile alone gives me chills.

Been counting down the days until Halloween since November 1, 2019.

I’m ready.

Today’s the day you’ve been waiting for, kids.

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Happy National Confuse TF Out Of Your Kids Day!

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Eat your little heart outs. Tomorrow, we’re pillaging your candy bags and taking our favorites.

Nothing – and I mean nothing – will stop Halloween.

We deserve all the candy we want right now.

Full-size bars are a win for everyone.

If there was ever a year to step up your Halloween candy game, this is it.

For the love of God, save it for November 1.

Just give us our month of pumpkin spice, spooky decorations, and mini candies.

Forever haunted.

He’s always watching.

There’s only one way to eat candy corn.

Always go for the peanut butter and chocolate – always.

Always go all out for Halloween decorations.

It’s the Home Depot skeleton or bust.

Finally, something to celebrate about 2020.

It’s your year, Halloween lovers.

Halloween should be a year-round holiday.

Never be afraid to stand up for what you believe in.

How can you not love Halloween?

Costumes AND candy?! Yes, please!

Fall is all about pumpkins, falling leaves, pumpkin spice, and Halloween. As we prepare for a very different Halloween this year, take a moment to enjoy the best parts of the holiday even if it’s online and not in person. Whether you’re celebrating in the traditional way of doing something more unique this year, we wish you a spooktacular Halloween!

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