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Old 11-03-2012, 05:41 PM   #1
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Pumpkin disposal

How do you dispose of pumpkins






Thats how we do...
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feed them to the pig's thay love them . oink oink
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feed them to the pig's thay love them . oink oink


Cool, I'm going to ask the next LEO I see if he want my pumpkins.
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yep, and when Darwin is tossed out the window, our species will be plagued with people too dumb to live, who aren't allowed to die.
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Good way to dispose of them:

http://www.punkinchunkin.com/
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Cut 'em up, boil them, strain them, add other ingredients,,,, bake for about 40 mins, homemade pumpkin pies.

Didn't carve any out this year, too much going on to do much for the evil celebrated holiday. Have 4 decent sized pumpkins just waitin to be cubed & boiled.
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I hear Tannerite does good.......
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Humans became human when one climbed down out of the tree or walked out of the cave, picked up a long sharp stick, a big club, and went " Here Kitty Kitty......."

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Here in Colorado.....just leave them outside and the deer love them! I can't leave one on my doorstep for 1 day before the deer are standing there eating away!! Just nuts!
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I remember one pumpkin I left outside next to the lamp post until late in the winter...one day during a snowstorm it rolled into the driveway from gusty noreaster winds...I went to pick it up,it weighed about one ounce!---was completely dried out,still intact with the stem,and all the seeds were loose inside it,sounded like a big baby rattle if you shook it!..just for fun I put it back where it was,to see how long it would last before it finally decayed completely,but some critter must have taken it,all that was left was a few seeds ...next year I had a pumpkin vine sprouting there!...none grew though............................................ .................................................. ..Here you're lucky if you can keep a pumpkin on your porch or elsewhere for more than a few days,kids swipe them and smash them ,usually long before halloween comes--their favorite way to smash them is tossing them onto a interstate highway from an overpass,usually hoping to hit someones vehicle right in the windsheild........one of my friends had several pumpkins stolen his kids spent hours carving and they were bummed out---not to be defeated,he hooked a model T ford vibrator coil to his pumpkins by wrapping fine wire around them,and "electrified" them!(like a fence charger)-----he heard a few loud yelps one night when some punks tried stealing them!...they didn't touch his any more,after their shocking experience!..said he never had any trick or treaters come to the door that year either...
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