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Thread: Guitar Pumpkin template

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    Guitar Builder / Player DoeringerDGM's Avatar
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    Guitar Pumpkin template

    Get Carving!

    Hey gang! I had a few minutes to make a guitar template for your Halloween pumpkin! Enjoy. Send me a picture or post here when you get it done.
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    Erhm, where is it? ... *looks harder* ... ah, at the link in your signature.

    Looks cool. Not sure if I'm doing a jack-o-lantern this year. If I do I'll probably use this for one of them and post it here. Thanks.
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    i dont get a halloween!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! tear!
    doctors examined my head, and found nothing.... surprise surprise!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tara_bara
    i dont get a halloween!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! tear!
    You poor thing. You're missing all the fun of either "Trick or Treat" or "Trick or Drink" (since I don't really know your age, I don't know which.).

    Trick or Treat is for kids, they go house to house and get candy. Trick or Drink is more for adults, they carry a shot glass, go house to house and get a shot of whatever liquor is on hand. Mostly, Trick or Drink is celebrated in college towns (like mine.)
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    Wow they do Track or Drink there? I might be going to OSU sometime in the near future, and that's just another perk.
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    Well, that's what I hear. This is my first year here, so I'm not positive. I do know they do it for sure in Corvalis. One of the girls my wife works with said she was doing it here this year, so we'll see. I'll let you know.
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    Cool. I hope if you provide alcohol that you check IDs. Sounds like a good way to get busted for providing alcohol to minors. And give 'em the cheap gallon-o-vodka from the plastic bottle. No sense in wasting good scotch on college kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratosaurus
    Cool. I hope if you provide alcohol that you check IDs. Sounds like a good way to get busted for providing alcohol to minors. And give 'em the cheap gallon-o-vodka from the plastic bottle. No sense in wasting good scotch on college kids.
    Dang, I never even thought about checking ID's. I'll do that with all the guys, and all the girls that "I think" look too young.

    The cheap vodka is a good idea too. (and I thought I was ready for this.)
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    Nice! You could have quite a party with what you've got right there. The kids (young and old) are going to love you! Is that a bottle of Bailey's? Ooh, SKITTLES!
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    IT IS A BOTTLE OF BAILIES AND LOTS OF OTHER YUMMY THINGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! both eatible and drinkible) ..its like christmas...but colder and not! (or so i assume...colder for me that is in aust christmas averages 38 degrees C!!!)
    i want a halloween!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    doctors examined my head, and found nothing.... surprise surprise!!
    -t

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    Quote Originally Posted by tara_bara
    IT IS A BOTTLE OF BAILIES AND LOTS OF OTHER YUMMY THINGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! both eatible and drinkible) ..its like christmas...but colder and not! (or so i assume...colder for me that is in aust christmas averages 38 degrees C!!!)
    i want a halloween!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Actually, it's two bottles of Bailey's.

    I can't make it so you can have Halloween, but I can share with you the fun we have in the ritual of pumpkin carving with this virtual pumpkin carver. PM me when you've finished carving your pumpkin. I want to see it!

    Oops, I forgot to include the link.
    http://www.liquidgeneration.com/sabotage/pumpkin_carve.asp
    Last edited by tucker97325; 10-13-2005 at 04:33 PM.
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    While I also enjoy a wee treat at Halloween, I think we've covered the topic...

    Accordingly I close the thread while wishing you all a happy halloween.

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