Although the French have in more recent times embraced some of the Halloween tradition, it's true that this day is usually thought of as particularly a phenomenon of the British Isles and North America. Of course the 31st of October and the 1st of November have religious significance as Hallowed Eve before All Saints Day, but when we say Halloween we are usually thinking of pumpkins, costumes, trick or treating and spooky things. I got a lot of laughs from these Halloween jokes in French and hope you do, too.
My apologies to those readers who don't read French, but I think you can get the idea from most of these amusing takes on our cell phone use. I think the one about “how nice for the whole family to be together” while they are all consulting their devices is particularly sad. Don't forget to breathe the fresh air, listen to the birdsongs and connect with other people and animals. There's a Real world out there to enjoy and love.