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Leftover pumpkin after Halloween - any ideas?
edited 29 October 2021 at 1:46PM in Old style MoneySaving
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I agree you should wait until after Halloween to buy them, pumpkins for decoration are too expensive to buy for eating.
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Then I went off to the recycling warehouse to look for textiles for my market stall. Outside it was a giant pumpkin, so I asked what they were planning to do with it. "Oh no - what giant pumpkin? Someone's dumped that out there!" So - I now have two giant pumpkins... good job I have yet to turn off the old chest freezer in the garage...
Most DIY problems can be solved by a combination of spanner, pliers, screwdriver, Allan key and a blade. (Hold it, twist it, cut it!) Very occasionally industrial language, a hammer and an adhesive may need to be added to the mix. (Curse it, hit it, patch it!)