I am not good at a lot of things. Examples of that include cooking, relationships and pumpkin carving. However, thanks to this pumpkin carving hack video I can now cross one of the above off my list. Relationships and cooking will always be a struggle.
I have to say, I have the best neighbors at Fox Hill Glens Apartments in Grand Blanc. Recently, I carved some pumpkins with my daughter and they were proudly displayed on the patio. We put them on the ledge for all to see.
This time of year people are pumpkin crazy. Between eating and drinking pumpkin flavored crap and Halloween most of us are beginning to morph into pumpkin people! Well here is one more thing for you to do with a pumpkin - turn it into a keg. You are welcome.
It seems like everyone I know is starting to come to terms with the fact that it is almost fall. Fall means hoodies, football, and most importantly everything pumpkin. This guy takes pumpkin carving to a whole new level.
I don't know what it is or why we love to destroy pumpkins so much, maybe it's just one easy way to release your frustrations in life or just the demented person in all of us. Either way, this guy found some really fun ways including, fire, tractors, guns, light sabers and more.
Every fall, it becomes increasingly harder to escape the dreaded pumpkin. The new horror film 'Pumpkin Spice' asks what is, perhaps, the most terrifying question of all -- what if there were no escape?
Between your foolproof stencil of Justin Bieber's face and an endless supply of premium 99 cent carving tools, you probably envisioned yourself minutes away from that dreamy pop star pumpkin glowing all over your neighbors' jealous faces. What could go wrong?
When we carve pumpkins, we generally use a knife, but they must do things a little differently in the South. For example, Tennessee resident and YouTuber Hickok45 carves his pumpkin with a Colt 1911 handgun. Why, you may ask? Because using anything else would just be plain silly.