Wednesday, October 23, 2013

In honor of Halloween, my droopy pumpkin

Hahahaha! I laugh every time I see this picture from last year. Maybe nobody else will find it as funny as I do, but you see this poor pumpkin was just sort of plain before he sat outside during a hard Kansas freeze.

I forgot to bring him in.

But let me tell you, I loved him SO much more afterwards! He got all droopy and moldy and wrinkly and started sinking into himself. I thought he was just totally creepy and perfect for Halloween.

There are lots of Halloween posts floating around these days and I don't really have a good one, but this I wanted to share. 

21 comments:

  1. I love it! It drooped just right to be cute--usually they just look gross!

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  2. Ha ha he looks like an old man without his teeth in! ;) Too cute!

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    1. LOL! Now why didn't I ever think of that? He totally looks like that!

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  3. Hahaha it does work for Halloween but that poor pumpkin. First you carved him then you froze him.

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    1. I know, poor guy was totally abused but at least he brought joy to us I guess.

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  4. HA! He looks just like a guy I saw at the store the other day.

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    1. LOL! Oh no, really! that is too funny. Poor guy and poor pumpkin.

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  5. Are you kidding me? As soon as I saw this I laughed so loud my 4 year old came in and wanted to know what I was laughing at (he is such a busy body!)! This cracked me up! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Oh no, what a hoot! Glad I'm not the only one that finds him totally hilarious :)

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  6. Reminds me of the Charlie Brown Christmas Tree. It is something that looks different but loved even more for it.

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    1. Yes, they loved that poor little tree which is a nice message :)

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  7. Baahaha! I think this is hilarious! It's actually kind of perfect for Halloween!

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    1. Thanks Jessica! I wonder if we'll get a droopy guy again this year.

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  8. I have never done anything with pumpkins before....Just not brought up in the culture. But I am thinking of carving one with my toddler - just for the fun of it.

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    1. It truly is a different kind of experience, especially the funny texture of pumpkin innards. My favorite thing is to roast the seeds and eat them!

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  9. I Love this photo. It is awesome! Thanks for keeping it real. Lol.

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  10. It looks like the grandfather of all pumpkins. Very Halloween!

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  11. I love this, I agree with Teresa. It looks like a Grandpa!

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