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Difficult opinion - October 29, 2016, 04:02 PM

So with all the issues facing society...elections, economy, race relations, Walking Dead season premiere, etc; I have come to a conclusion that using those Pumpkin stencils available pretty much everywhere is cheating the Halloween experience.

This is like my 4th or 5th year using them, and I even bought the $7 power tool as I am that lazy and these things are not getting any easier.

I have gotten pretty good at them, I must admit - but now I feel I have sold out and could not even come with my own original pumpkin; or, to be really old school - Jack-O-Latern.

This is a difficult turning point for me. I just finished two; and have two more pumpkins to go - I am not sure if I could even carve a triangle now without a guide or disposable reciprocal saw manufactured by 6 year olds somewhere in China...but I am going for it.

I hope America is with me. Stop the stencil apocalypse, one triangle and a few stitches at a time.
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A 6 year old Chinaman cut my pumpkin for me.
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I would have done it with half a chinaman


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This is my jack-o-lantern for this year.



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October 29, 2016, 09:42 PM

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This is my jack-o-lantern for this year.

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It's a shame the election is after Halloween. If it was before then you could rent used voting booths to make a House'O'Horrors.


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god damn....the baseball bat head bashing....god damn....

I mean but really ...god damn...

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god damn....the baseball bat head bashing....god damn....

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That was hella gory. I'm surprised they let it slide even with the viewer discretion warning


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