By dagreatpumpkin - 02/10/2012 18:48 - United States
dagreatpumpkin tells us more.
The pumpkin was for a contest. It weighed in at over 500 LBS. No-one was hurt by it being in the intersection, only vehicle damage. Cuplrits have been found and charged with Meyham, 2 counts of Grand Theft (one for the pumpkin, and one for a forklift), Criminal Trespass, and Vandalism. Cinderella, didn't make it to the ball.
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27) I believe that penguin was joking. The way the apology was written made it sound like she stole the pumpkin. "I'm sorry for that" could mean "I'm sorry I stole your pumpkin." Therefor, it seem Penguin took this as an opportunity to make a witty joke that seemingly went right over your head. At least, that's what I got out of this whole ordeal :D
I'm wondering where he found the time to do it and how he did put it in the middle of a busy intersection.
How did he manage to put a giant pumpkin in the middle of a busy intersection, was nobody wondering what the hell he was doing?
I kind of see the morbid humor. Imagine that Insurance call: "Hi. I have a claim to file. No the damage is only to my car. I hit a stationary object. No. No. It wasnt a pole or anything. I was a giant pumpkin that was in the middle of an intersection. My fault? What?" Or the calls to the police: "Uh hi, there was just a giant pumpkin that appeared in this uh intersection. No. Not Kidding. Serously. Stop Laughing."