Hidden Camera Catches a Sneaky Squirrel Carving a Pumpkin For Halloween

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This is one seriously talented squirrel! He single handedly, or actually the term mouthly is more appropriate in his case, managed to carve an awesomely festive jack-o’-lantern out of a pumpkin in record time!

In fact, he’s so skilled that he did a better job than what many people are able to pull off! And he did it without special carving tools or knives. This squirrel is either the DaVinci of his species or they’re all universal geniuses and master artists. He even manages to get in some quality playtime and exercise as he chases another squirrel around mid-session. Not to mention a yummy, healthy snack and by the end of it all a tummy full of delicious pumpkin!

All jokes aside, it has been speculated that the real secret behind the furry little critter’s strange talent lies within the power of nut oil. As we all know and are well aware of, squirrels love stuffing their mouths full of seeds and all sorts of things they can forage for on the ground or up in the trees. However, the one thing they go absolutely crazy for is nuts and so by rubbing nut oil or peanut butter on the parts of the pumpkin one wants carved out, the squirrel will chew those exact areas.

Of course, this is all just a theory and the squirrel could have done it all on his own just as easily. Either way, check out the sweet jack-o’-lantern he chewed up just in time for Halloween!

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Monster Terrifies Boy When He Pops Out Of No Where. Now Watch When His Sister Confronts The Beast.

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The end of October happens to be many people’s absolute favorite time of year. In the days leading up to Halloween both children and adults are busy preparing and making last minute alterations to their costumes and decorations. Whether you’re looking to be scared or to scare others, there’s something for everyone out there!

In fact, lots of people go all out with the spooky décor and scary accents. They’re easy to spot because they are the ones whose houses are jam packed with skeletons, spiders, ghosts, witches, and interactive ghouls both inside and out. With each passing year there seems to be more and more hyper realistic, complex, and unexpected spooky accents that keep popping up. These decorations can fool just about anyone, including the people in this funny video!

The best part of the clip is hands down the little boy and his sister who are out trick or treating for goodies. As they excitedly approach the front door of a house a grave marker catches the boy’s attention. Right as he’s staring at it a grim reaper looking skeleton pops up from the grave! It takes the boy completely by surprise and he screams aloud in terror, but his little sister is completely unfazed by the whole thing. Instead of freaking out like her brother did, she steps up to the reaper and punches him square in the face right between his blinking red eyes! She is one tough girl who is not to be messed with!

Check out the adorable pair and all the rest in the video short. There are some really funny reactions that will definitely catch you by surprise, especially if you’re easily spooked!

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He Drills Tiny Holes All Over This Pumpkin For a Stunning New Take On The Classic Jack-O-Lantern

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There are literally billions of different ways to carve a pumpkin and there are endless ideas, possibilities, and directions you can head in. That’s part of the whole reason why the annual fall tradition is so fun, everyone loves doing something they really can’t mess up. Even if your jack-o’-lantern carve job turns out ugly or not what you originally had in mind, it doesn’t matter! No one will ever know the difference and the point is that you tried something new and had a good time doing it.

Halloween season is a time for eating too much candy, dressing up in cool costumes, and making memories that will last a lifetime. It’s the one time of year where people can really let loose and party like it’s going out of style! Lots of Halloween events go all out with crazy decorations, themed food, creepy lighting, and other special effects which all serve to increase the spook factor.

However, you don’t need to be an evil genius or spend a small fortune in order to throw an awesome Halloween party. All you really need are a few of these pumpkin disco lights! They are the perfect centerpieces that will draw in people’s attention and get them shaking their booties on the dance floor. The best thing about these disco lights is that they’re cheap, safe, and recyclable. In the video DaveHax shows you exactly how to replicate the idea and here’s step by step instructions as well on how to make them:

1. Cut a hole in the top of a pumpkin and hollow it out.

2. Take a screwdriver or any other similar type of instrument, like a drill, and use it to poke holes all around the pumpkin and top.

3. Insert either a shoelace or a sturdy length of cord/string through one of the holes and knot the inner end so that it doesn’t pull through.

4. Take the other end and bring it around to the opposite side, insert it through a hole as before, and knot it on the inside so that you end up with a secure sort of handle. To make it extra sturdy, repeat this with a second length of string and crisscross it with the first.

5. Using another piece of strong cord, tie the handles together on one end and attach it to a ceiling hook on the other. Double check all knots to make sure it’s secure and won’t fall on anyone’s head!

6. Place a really bright flashlight with a strobe effect setting in the pumpkin and replace the lid. DaveHax included a link for the one used in his video in case you can’t find one.

7. Give your awesome new pumpkin disco light a good spin and party on!

This may be the easiest Halloween trick and all you need is a pumpkin, some rope, and a flashlight! These look awesome in the front yard hanging from trees and because a flashlight is used, there’s no fire risk. Try it out this fall and please pass this on to family and friends for their benefit!

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Teal Pumpkins Are Showing Up Everywhere This Year, Here’s The Meaning If You See One On Halloween.

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Halloween is a fun and exciting time for young children. There’s not much else they love more than dressing up and going out trick-or-treating on Halloween night. However, for many parents and adults out there, it can be a very stressful undertaking. If their child has food allergies then many of the most popular and common sweet treats that get handed out on Halloween are off limits to them.

Candy that may potentially contain harmful, or in some cases even fatal, ingredients are what parents and children with food allergies have to be on the look out for and avoid. For people who are intolerant or allergic to milk, that means no chocolate. In addition, many types of candy contains eggs, wheat, soy, tree nuts, and other ingredients, which can trigger a person’s allergies or medical condition. Peanuts and tree nuts in particular are what many children are extremely allergic to.

While parent’s should always inspect the candy their kids collect on Halloween for tampering, those with children who have food allergies must be extra vigilant to ensure nothing potentially harmful gets past them. This means giving up on a lot of candy for those kids with allergies and nothing kills the Halloween spirit faster than missing out on tempting tasty treats.

In fact, it’s best to not even risk exposing a child with food allergies to the candy that’s off limits to them in the first place. That was one of the main goals that the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) organization had in mind when they fist launched the Teal Pumpkin Project just a couple of years ago in 2014. Another primary aim they had was to increase public awareness of common food allergies so as to make sure that children with those allergies are also included in the Halloween celebrations, especially trick or treating!

In order to do that, they started the Teal Pumpkin Project which encourages people handing out candy on Halloween to also offer non-food items to children. It can be anything that a small child would enjoy and inexpensive items like stickers, packets of crayons or Play-Doh, erasers, glow sticks, small toys, novelty items, and more work perfectly.

Once you have these types of alternative items to give out, then you need to be able to alert parents and children of that fact. That’s where the whole teal pumpkin aspect comes into play! Place a teal painted pumpkin outside on your steps, porch, or wherever, to instantly show and tell parents that you can provide their children with safe, non-food goodies.

Taking part in the teal pumpkin movement will help make all those children feel like they aren’t missing out on anything, plus it eases their worried parent’s minds! One important thing to note is that you should keep the non-food items in their own separate bowl away from the candy, this will lessen the potential for cross contamination. Also, make sure to place your teal pumpkin in a highly visible spot so that everyone can see it and not miss out. Check out the accompanying video for more information on the Teal Pumpkin Project and visit the FARE groups website or Facebook page.

Please spread the word and help to raise awareness about the Teal Pumpkin Project by sharing this information with your friends, family, and loved ones. Come this Halloween the more teal pumpkins, the better!
Tricks for making your own teal pumpkin:

If you choose to paint a regular pumpkin, start by painting it white first and then do a few coats of teal. This helps to ensure that the teal color really shows up.

Another option is to purchase a fake pumpkin at a craft store. They usually have white unadorned pumpkins available to decorate so painting one teal is easy and you can use it year after year.

If you only have white paint on hand you can make teal by mixing it with a few drops of blue and green food coloring. Experiment to adjust the amounts until you achieve a bright teal color.

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