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Re^3: What I look for in a pumpkin is...

by brig (Scribe)
on Oct 28, 2006 at 19:46 UTC ( #581105=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: What I look for in a pumpkin is...
in thread What I look for in a pumpkin is...

Well it is halloween.

A turnip? That sounds like a true challenge, I've made Jacks out of various gourds, but never a turnip

I'm glad I made you laugh. After having a number of Jack-O-Lanterns smashed over the years I decided to get even. I decided that filling it with broken bottles was over the top, but remembered the old "poop in a burning bag" prank.

I had two more Jacks smashed after that (2002) and not a one since.

:)

--Brig
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