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THE MOST TERRIFYING PUMPKIN EVER. – reddit repost

2012.11.10 10:02:49 by andy category : reddit&4ch Tags :creepy halloween jack-o-lantern


So it turns out that leaving a jack-o’-lantern next to a tree where squirrels can eat away its face results in THE MOST TERRIFYING PUMPKIN EVER. 

 

JBurrows_
Light it up and let’s see!

Positivland
I took a picture of it lit up, but it came out really grainy. It looks like something culled from Ed Gein’s house. http://imgur.com/w8ndC

JBurrows_
OP delivered. And glory, that’s creepy.

Ratbutcher
Guys, it’s jesus. http://imgur.com/tIPX0

lettherebepuns
It’s a sign from Gourd!

SynxS-
Wilson ?

trollingonariver
what did the original jack-o-lantern look like?

Positivland
Well, we made Jack-and-Meg-o’-lanterns, so it was originally supposed to be Jack White. Now it just looks like a burn victim. http://imgur.com/NlheA

Dirge37
So that’s what a white stripes face would look like if it were being dated by squirrels Edit: totally meant to say eaten by squirrels but what the hell dated works too

Rubix89
Dated by squirrels. I see nothing wrong with this.

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