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No thanks. I perfer working like a real man than fucking around anyday.
At 10/21/10 04:26 PM, PoyzinNet wrote: Meant to include an NG link...
FFFFUUUUUUUU..... Now I have no chance!
Heres mine =] its got a tankman, pico, dad and if you can spot him a small part of p-bot =]
At 10/21/10 05:01 PM, Peglay wrote: Hey Tom, will you go through all the pumpkins from http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/55 1135 ?
Only ones posted here.
None of you are real men to carve a REAL pumpkin! I've only seen two REAL pumpkins so far,this is sad.I might enter,it depends
I've got nothin'.
At 10/21/10 08:09 PM, Zombie-Eskimo wrote: i carved this with my penis
I need a sig.
I would enter this competition, though I lack the creativity and artistic talent this requires. I wish the best of luck to all who participate!
THIS WORLD IS MADE OF LOVE AND PEACE!
I can't wait to see the creative designs that will come out this year.
int experience, posts;
while(experience/10 >= posts)
At 10/21/10 01:47 PM, cast wrote: There are like 15 totally awesome Carve'N'Share pumpkins. :3
There are a lot more then that - there are closer to about 50 great, beautiful pumpkins sitting around there in the first few pages (and by pages I mean rating) and they're simply magnificent - which begs the question what the hello my pumpkin is doing up there, it's... really bad.
At the very least, other pieces deserve that place
If I'm going to do any pumpkin carving this year, it'll all be restricted to Carve 'N' Share. I've to try anything Newgrounds-related, I'll see if I can do anything decent for it.
At 10/22/10 01:02 AM, XxRobJohnsonxX wrote: I suck.... sorry if this horrible pixelated pumpkin portrait offends you.
You other son of a...
At 10/22/10 08:57 AM, Pharfignewton wrote: Stop being gay and start posting pics of real pumpkins.
Stop being gay and read Tom's post.