Wait until you see them next Halloween!
What? no squirrels on Brutus’ street?
You need to find a better form of motivation. Forced celibacies?
We’re recycling in situ.
The problem of rotting pumpkins will solve itself.
Just cover them with the left-over 4th of July bunting…
Doesn’t he go to the office every day to do a job? What exactly is stopping her from dealing with them?
Why doesn’t she throw them away?
Gladys doesn’t look sickly to me …
the javelinas usually get ours
That is just plain lazy.
I know a girl/woman who left her pumpkin on her front steps until it literally melted away – I think around the 4th of July.
“Not to worry, they’ll make good manure for the grass.”
Always a contest to see who gets the lights up first, so you beat your neighbors for next Christmas. The pumpkin will probably take care of itself with the spring rains.
My neighbors had a neon light style red heart in their front window for Valentine’s day. When it was there past summer, it made it look like a house of ill repute advertising “Love for Sale”.
Well, as long as he’s rotating them, what’s the problem???
Brutus is not alone. It was only recently that a person who lives a few houses down from us, finally got rid of her pumpkin.
From three years ago…
Brutus, for everything there is a season, a time to display jack-o-lanterns and a time to throw the rotten things out.
It’s going to be real scary by next Halloween.
Oh, but he had such a nice smile…….
Give it to the kids and encourage them to make a creepy snowman with a melting pumpkin face.
May 08, 2015