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“I was working in the lab late one night, when my eyes beheld an eerie sight. . . “

He did the mash. He did the Monster Mash.

I can’t count on my fingers how many times my brothers and I shimmied, and shook, our tookus’ to this song in our living room growing up. Besides Paula Abdul and Michael Jackson, on our regular cassette rotation, we danced and giggled to the Monster Mash until we couldn’t mash no more.


Growing up, Halloween was a BIG deal in our house. My mother, who is a Halloween addict, would ghoul all out (<—- get it?) in celebrating this holiday. I’m talking covering our front porch with an obscene amount of cobwebs, jack-o-lanterns, orange hanging lights, and the piece de resistance, Ferdinand the dummy. Ferdinand was key to the Halloween magic. He’s named after my great-great grandfather, who is probably looking down on us and thinking, “I did not sign up for this!” Sorry, Ferdster.

Ferdinand was a dummy stuffed with newspaper that we assembled every year. Now that I think about it, that sentence sounds a little morbid. Eh, it’s Halloween and not a scene from Psycho. Ferdinand’s face was a mask that looked like a bank robber who smoked four cigars a day. Still, even with his unfortunate looks, and uneven newspaper-stuffed body parts, he was our center of Halloween celebration.


Come to think of it, I’m pretty sure my brothers and I attempted to get Ferdinand to do the monster mash with us. But every time we attempted to try, his rigomortis would act up. Maybe instead of dancing, I should have made him these monster stacks with orange marshmallow frosting. I mean you would have to be a DUMMY not to like dark chocolate, peanut butter oat bars with sugary, fluffy topping right? Thought so.

Cue the mash!

“He did the mash, he did the monster mash….” 

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