“Killer Champagne, Michael & Trick or Treat”
Champagne corks kill around 24 people a year . . . meaning they cause more death than sharks.
Michael was either the most popular name for boys in America or the second-most popular from 1954 to 2008.
The term “trick-or-treat” is from Canada. The first time in recorded history it was ever used was in a newspaper in Blackie, Alberta in 1927.