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Old 10-20-2005, 12:48 PM   #1
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thats cool!
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Very cool, finally a site that my kids can go to
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Very cool, finally a site that my kids can go to
your not going to get them real pumpkins to cut up??
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Of course I am!!!! What kind of a parent do you think I am But guess who gets to carve the pumpkin and guess who gets to clean the pumpkin...there is a BIG difference between the two
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I didn't think that PDad let you use anything sharp!
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I didn't think that PDad let you use anything sharp!
Are you trying to get on my bad side Seriously, I do the cleaning and he does the carving, I am much faster at the cleaning side of it. Plus I like to keep the insides and the seeds.
This year PDad found a bunch of great patterns and he will be using his dremel tool to carve some of them.
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Maybe all of us who carve our own pumpkins should post pics of them and lets see who has the best, most original, scariest or funniest. Last year I did the headless horseman and it came out pretty awesome.
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why do i keep drawing naughty things
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I didn't think that PDad let you use anything sharp!
Are you trying to get on my bad side Seriously, I do the cleaning and he does the carving, I am much faster at the cleaning side of it. Plus I like to keep the insides and the seeds.
This year PDad found a bunch of great patterns and he will be using his dremel tool to carve some of them.

and the kids get bored watching..... hey where you going......


were all kids at heart when it comes to Halloween
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