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blueluigi
Speaking of that Ren and Stimpy episode, here's a scene that's been edited out on the DVD.


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blueluigi wrote :

Speaking of that Ren and Stimpy episode, here's a scene that's been edited out on the DVD.






Unbelievable.
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Vaporman87
Another soda merchandiser display. Who ya gonna call?

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Mr Magic
The police?
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I find that these days there is a lot more variety in how you can create a Jack-O-Lantern.

In my youth, I can only remember simply cutting open the top, scooping out the insides, and cutting a simple face into the pumpkin.

Nowadays, you don't even have to cut the pumpkin to make it festive. You can purchase felt stickers or plastic attachments that can turn your pumpkin into Iron Man or Sleeping Beauty.

Or for those with plenty of time on their hands and an artistic streak, you can create elaborate carvings in your pumpkin of Lightning McQueen or Mickey Mouse. Crazy stuff.
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Vaporman87
I have to agree with Rondal from SKC when I say that this has to be a first... Halloween themed milk?



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Oh... and also...

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That's not necessarily the first Halloween-themed milk. On a Halloween episode of South Park, Chef was serving something for school lunch called a "monstrous" milk. Along with that, a "creepy" cookie and a "terrifying" napkin.

Oh, the weirdo names they used to give for school food.
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