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How a Geek Carves a Pumpkin

Why, with a Dremel high speed rotary tool, of course!

Before:

Aftermath:

Perhaps this wasn’t such a good idea after all – I’m going to be cleaning up pumpkin bits for weeks. Can you tell which orifices I caved in and used a knife on? We’re going to put him on the porch, shavings and all. :-)

Happy Halloween!

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5 thoughts on “How a Geek Carves a Pumpkin

  1. Yulia says:

    Josh, this is funny! How a geek cuts a pumpkin! I checked in to your blog as usual to get some cool new stuff to learn and this post and picture made my day! πŸ˜‰ Very funny…

  2. Hehe … using a drill to cut a pumpkin, techie! … btw the those extra bits on the face make it seem like Pumpkin the Horrible …. πŸ˜‰ It’s alive

  3. Mike says:

    WOW! You were trying WAAAAY too hard.

    I use a serated blade and saw the holes open, but I do use the Dremel tool to make a safe entry.

    Your bearded effect is pretty cool, I may have to try that next year. Thanks for the entertainment.

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