Rise of the incestuous pumpkin

Is it too early to worry about pumpkins yet? Not for Omawarisan over at blurtblog.net. I was about to call him a pumpkinphobe but then I got this sneaking suspicion he’s actually attracted to them. Yeah, that must be it. At least it’s one theory. I thought I’d take a stab at explaining his behavior. I hope he’s able to squash those feelings before he goes out of his gourd. Carve out some time for his blog, won’t you?

Shouts from the Abyss

PumpkinsEver write and waste a throwaway-line as a comment on someone else’s blog? Then, once it’s too late realize, “Hey. That was actually not that bad. I wish I’d saved that for myself.”

I call takebacks.

My fellow blogger Blurt had a very nicely written piece entitled Hey, Pumpkin today. I liked the post so much I came up with a little joke about the word “pumpkin” when commenting. I wrote the line myself, but I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that I wasn’t the first to come up with it. The internet tends to quash that feeling pretty quick. Any idea you could possibly have has already probably been done umpteen times. Still, that doesn’t mean someone new can’t come along and rewrite the same thing in a new way without cheating.

Anyway, here’s what I had to say about pumpkins.

To me, to unravel the real mystery about…

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