How to make the scariest pumpkin ever


11 Responses to “How to make the scariest pumpkin ever”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Was anyone else expecting this to turn into one of those screamer videos the second time he pressed the button? I was all braced and ready and all I got was a *toot* from the horn. The internet makes me paranoid.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was hoping for flames shooting out of the mouth!

  3. murrayhenson says:

    I was expecting it to turn into a master mind flayer or at least explode. I bet it wouldn’t be hard to do the latter.

  4. Maximillian says:

    It’s not “scary” it simply startles you.

    For the viewers at home, I’ll break it down:

    Dude with a chainsaw in the dark: scary
    Loud noise: startling
    Creaking floorboards in the dark: scary
    Balloon popping in the dark: startling

    So really, if it’s just a loud noise, it isn’t scary unless the person has been traumatized and that loud noise invokes a fearful memory (like that time they almost got run down by a huge truck that was blaring it’s horn).

  5. Daemon says:

    Replace horn with recording of a human scream, and might be worth doing.

  6. SeppTB says:

    That should be a hit with the neighbors!

  7. Brainspore says:

    Why not just load the thing up with some C-4 while you’re at it? That’ll teach the little punks to press big, inviting buttons.

  8. IWood says:

    Needs more stab.

  9. Antinous / Moderator says:

    An easier way to make a really scary pumpkin is to stick it with a knife and leave it in a warm, moist place for a week. Put that on your front porch and your candy budget drops to zero.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Is it time for Septembroween already?

  11. Anonymous says:

    I jumped. Like a lot.

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