Teenager writes about the time she got her head stuck in a pumpkin


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/10/30/teenager-writes-about-the-time.html


#2

A few months later I squeezed myself into a laundry basket during a game of hide-and-seek and became hopelessly jammed.

I think this may be a fetish that she just hasn’t fully come to terms with yet.


#3

“I can’t get it out!” I roared, my voice sounding unnaturally loud in the enclosed space.

Roger That!


#4

Oblig:


#5

Maybe she tried this method to design the jack-o-lantern?
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#7

If the US had stuck with the British tradition of turnip carving this would have never happened.


#8

Which came first, the turkey or the . . . . turkey? I guess it’s an obvious joke, but seeing this I immediately think, “well, if they’re gonna steal, at least they stole from the best.”


#9

Not according to Baldrick…

His dream turnip!


#10

Mr Bean is comedy gold


#11

I always wondered “Why the hell didn’t they just make the hole a little bigger?!?”


#12

Are you talking turkeys or pumpkins? Or something else entirely?:thinking:


#13

Pumpkins of course.

You just bake the turkey and it will slip right off.

Hmmm, that does read a bit risque now that I look at it again… :slight_smile:


#14

Experience: I got a fidget spinner caught in my throat.

Experience: The time I ate a Tide Pod.

Experience: I got stuck in a clothes dryer.


#15

Was it spinning at the time? That would be an impressive experience…


#16

I hold that there is nothing wrong with frottaging in public.


#17

There are easier ways to learn how a pawl and ratchet works.

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#18

I don’t know how this turned out, but I hope to gawd they did not call the fire department.


#19

Pumpkin writes about the time a piece of itself got stuck in a teenager’s throat


#20

Apparently her brother can carve his, or a, belly button. Into a pumpkin, I think.