Goat Pumpkin Lives

I carved two goat pumpkins in the last few days, and I learned a valuable lesson – it is impossible to carve a goat pumpkin without making them look evil. But I’ll let you be the judge. (If you missed the goat saga, you can read about it here and here.)

Although I have to admit, it’s tail is rather cute.

Still, evil though.

And if you want to look at something truly terrifying, here is my first attempt at goat pumpkin. This image is not suitable for small children or people with heart conditions.

I warned you! Happy Halloween!

UPDATE: I was just informed by the husband that the pumpkin above leaked pumpkin sludge on the floor and he slipped on it. It’s already trying to make its first kill.

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23 Responses to Goat Pumpkin Lives

  1. rynnasaryonnah says:

    That goat looks VERY evil!


  2. I think a puppy pumpkin would probably look evil if it were glowing with orange fire. But these goat pumpkins are ESPECIALLY evil looking!


  3. Wow – that’s talent. A creepy, scary talent, but still . . . . talent! Happy Halloween – awesome pumpkins!


  4. Michelle Gillies says:

    You are right! They look so evil. It must be all that cloven hoof stuff.


  5. EVIL…YES!!!!! Why are you not world famous?????????????????????


  6. sj says:

    Yay! I’m so happy you did this!


  7. LMFAO! Goat Pumpkins rule!


  8. wow. thats impressive


  9. Elyse says:

    Holy Goat, Batman! They’re seriously scary!


  10. Audrey says:

    GREAT! Now I’m going to have goat nightmares…


  11. CrochetJay says:

    Awesome! You should see my effort at pumpkin carving! Terrible!


  12. Soul Walker says:

    This is wonderful. Your skill seems to have no bounds…


  13. Anna says:

    They are awesome! And indeed very evil. Evil goats are the best sort of goats, though.


  14. You may be the most brilliant triangle ever.


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