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>> No. 1531 Anonymous
5th October 2013
Saturday 8:30 am
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Do you lads fancy a pumpkin carving contest?

You've got just under four weeks to work on your designs and hone your carving technique.
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>> No. 1532 Anonymous
5th October 2013
Saturday 10:18 am
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Yes, if I can be the sole judge.
>> No. 1533 Anonymous
5th October 2013
Saturday 2:07 pm
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>>1532
I think we need bonus points for .gs references, especially of the sneaky variety.
>> No. 1534 Anonymous
7th October 2013
Monday 7:01 pm
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>>1533

I'm tempted to do the one of Are Moaty peering over a wall, it looks easy to do.
>> No. 1535 Anonymous
20th October 2013
Sunday 8:33 am
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ELEVEN DAYS TO GO, LADS.
>> No. 1536 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 9:03 pm
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Less than 3 hours to midnight. I think it's safe to say that if someone so much as drew a crude face on a grape with a biro they'd win by default.
>> No. 1537 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 9:26 pm
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>>1536
Sorry where do I go for my prize?
>> No. 1538 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 9:41 pm
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>>1537
Oh God, that fantastic.
>> No. 1539 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 9:52 pm
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Couldn't find a grape. Was sure I had some. So I settled with a jam doughnut.
>> No. 1540 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 9:57 pm
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>>1539
It looks like it's crying.
>> No. 1541 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 10:10 pm
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>>1540
I completely forgot jam doughnuts have jam in them and really all I was doing was searching for something slightly spherical I can make a face on in the kitchen. When I poked the back end of a biro in it I realised how much of a good idea it was.
>> No. 1542 Anonymous
31st October 2013
Thursday 11:42 pm
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>>1536
I've got a bottle of grape Fanta but I can't be arsed to do anything with it. Just imagine I've posted a photo of this bottle with a smile drawn on it or something.
>> No. 1543 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 6:02 am
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Right then, mouldy grape or doughnut? Cast your votes, lads.
>> No. 1544 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 12:17 pm
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Fuck me. This is supposed to be the DIY board and you lads are too lazy to even draw a smile on a Fanta bottle. God forbid you're ever called upon to put shelves up.
>> No. 1545 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 1:51 pm
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>>1544
Floor is nature's shelves.
>> No. 1546 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 7:41 pm
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>>1544
They may have done so if the thread was more popular. The way I see it, the problem is twofold:

1. The thread wasn't on /b/. Even with the revamped /*/ there's still a fair number of people who don't seem to venture beyond /b/.

2. There's no real sense of community on here. I mean, there's many people on a similar wavelength but I can't really recall anything collaborative on .gs in the 3 and a half years I've spent here.
>> No. 1547 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 7:59 pm
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>>1546
>There's no real sense of community on here. I mean, there's many people on a similar wavelength but I can't really recall anything collaborative on .gs in the 3 and a half years I've spent here.
There was an official meet once, in a pub in London if I recall right. LAN party there too? I forget. I seriously considered going, and remain curious about what it was actually like.
>> No. 1548 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 8:03 pm
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Endless corny and inventive pun threads on /iq/ are a kind of amusing collaborative effort I suppose.
>> No. 1549 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 8:35 pm
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>>1547

If I recall correctly, I think somebody got pozzed.
>> No. 1550 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 10:04 pm
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>>1547
I think there's been a couple.

The last one was reported to be a bit awkward. IIRC, someone brought Monopoly and then they all went home and bitched about one another on here.
>> No. 1551 Anonymous
1st November 2013
Friday 10:55 pm
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>>1550
There has been one. What you're describing was an informal thing organised by a user. The only disdainful reaction to nuiscance came when purple posted close-ups of his sandal-clad feet.
>> No. 1552 Anonymous
2nd November 2013
Saturday 1:12 am
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We're British, every man is an island.
>> No. 1553 Anonymous
2nd November 2013
Saturday 8:29 am
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>>1552
I take it you didn't make it to the end of About a Boy?
>> No. 1556 Anonymous
3rd November 2013
Sunday 12:37 am
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>>1543
It was frozen, not mouldy.
>> No. 1557 Anonymous
3rd November 2013
Sunday 7:17 am
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>>1556
Frozen grapes? Why, lad? Why?
>> No. 1558 Anonymous
3rd November 2013
Sunday 12:15 pm
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>>1557
Have you ever tried them?
>> No. 1559 Anonymous
3rd November 2013
Sunday 12:25 pm
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>>1557
Frozen grapes are fucking delicious. Like little sorbet-y nuggets of tastiness. Best in the Summer though really. Also work as tasty edible ice cubes.
>> No. 1560 Anonymous
3rd November 2013
Sunday 1:00 pm
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>>1557 >>1559
Sucking on ice cubes or frozen fruit is also very good for dehydration, and I am on medication that gives me intense dry mouth. I've yet to find anything which freezes as nicely as grapes do though. Strawberries and other soft fruits tend to go a bit mushy.
>> No. 1561 Anonymous
3rd November 2013
Sunday 1:13 pm
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>>1560
Yeah, they're great for a hangover as well in my experience, the kind where you can't even stomach any proper food.
>> No. 1683 Anonymous
4th May 2014
Sunday 4:49 pm
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>>1543
>mouldy grape

How do I make my grapes turn into raisins instead of going mouldy?
>> No. 1684 Anonymous
4th May 2014
Sunday 4:55 pm
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>>1683

Dry them out quicker than they go mouldy.
>> No. 1771 Anonymous
27th September 2014
Saturday 9:18 am
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Just under five weeks until Halloween, will we be able to top last year's doughnut and grape?
>> No. 1778 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 4:25 pm
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>>1771
7 and half hours until midnight. It looks like the grape shall not be toppled.
>> No. 1779 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 4:45 pm
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My dad gave me some onions the other day. Onion + sharpie = winning entry.
>> No. 1780 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:04 pm
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We had a contest in our flat. Two of these are mine.
>> No. 1781 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:10 pm
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>>1780

I like the green Illuminati one.
>> No. 1782 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:11 pm
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>>1781
Thanks, that was one of mine.
>> No. 1783 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:26 pm
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>>1780

What's this thing in between pumpkin 5 and 6?
>> No. 1784 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:29 pm
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>>1783
An old, shit, unfunny meme.
>> No. 1785 Anonymous
31st October 2014
Friday 10:29 pm
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>>1783
I think we have a Grade A jokester on our hands.
>> No. 2060 Anonymous
17th October 2015
Saturday 4:38 pm
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Two weeks to go, lads. Get your pumpkins ready.
>> No. 2061 Anonymous
25th October 2015
Sunday 6:19 pm
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ONE WEEK TO GO, LADS.
>> No. 2062 Anonymous
25th October 2015
Sunday 7:20 pm
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>>1784

You are a humourless turdburglar. Please do be fucking right off.
>> No. 2063 Anonymous
25th October 2015
Sunday 7:23 pm
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>>2062
That 360 day old post won't no wots hit it.
>> No. 2064 Anonymous
25th October 2015
Sunday 9:03 pm
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>>2063
It was probably himself anyway.
>> No. 2065 Anonymous
26th October 2015
Monday 3:28 pm
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I was told a trade secret today, I'd thought I would share in case you haven't started yet.

If you cut the bottom out instead of the top, it retains its shape better when carving. I hadn't decided yet if I was going to do this or not this year, but hey ho I'll get one on Thursday.

May the best Pumpkin win.
>> No. 2066 Anonymous
26th October 2015
Monday 5:24 pm
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>>2065
>May the only Pumpkin win.

FTFY.
>> No. 2067 Anonymous
26th October 2015
Monday 5:30 pm
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>>1531
If there is one thing I like about this American holiday it's the pumpkin carving.
>> No. 2068 Anonymous
26th October 2015
Monday 7:05 pm
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>>2066

Misery guts.
>> No. 2069 Anonymous
26th October 2015
Monday 7:13 pm
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>>2067
Jack O'Lanterns are Irish. Go and carve a squash or turnip if you want to go all anti-mainstream on us.
>> No. 2072 Anonymous
30th October 2015
Friday 7:11 pm
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What does my missusI win?
>> No. 2171 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 10:10 pm
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FOUR DAYS TO GO, LADS. GET CARVING THIS WEEKEND.
>> No. 2172 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 11:00 pm
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>>2171
I really like that one.
>> No. 2173 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 7:10 pm
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I've been here for how many years? This thread is like a recurring nightmare.
>> No. 2174 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 7:17 pm
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>>2173
This board is a recurring nightmare mate
>> No. 2175 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 8:02 pm
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QhkUx1FMdo
>> No. 2176 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 8:14 pm
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>>2175

Big ceramic insulators in the background? Something unfeasibly bright? Might it be Photonic Induction? Of course it's Photonic Induction.
>> No. 2178 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 8:40 pm
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>>2175

I love how casually he stands above it and tips a bottle of meths on top.
I'm not at all averse to using the more advanced BBQ lighting techniques, but I at least do it at arms length and use safety-squints.

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