Actually, it’s to ensure that its rotting carcass doesn’t turn into smelly gunk we have to scrape off the wood we put down on the balcony only last year.
I’ve already had one turn to mush.
That after having taken all that mush out from the innards. Stringy, slimy, disgusting!
Excellent idea. We put ours on a little wooden side table outside. I’m always amazed at how fast they rot after they’ve had a candle buring in them for the evening.
How was it for you? We bought candy and everything but came back from a weekend in Berlin so late, there was nobody left for trick-or-treating. OK, they did throw all our welcome mats in the elevator. As Hallowe’en tricks go, I’ve done a lot worse!
No trick or treaters, just like last year.😦 Some Turkish kids used to come around but we live in a darkish cul-de-sac and the other kids are either too scared or not interested, I guess.
Oh yes, and I’m still trying to decide whether to eat the candy or save it for St. Martin’s Day when we do usually get a deluge.
I’m late with this, but wanted you to know my pumpkin had “feet” this year. I’ve never seen this done before, and as usual you’ve produced a genius idea.
Cute pumpkin Ian
Alas, as all cute things go, it’s now a pile of mush.
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