Stumble!

Oct 29

Life-size zombies crawling out of a 1,800-pound giant pumpkin? You have to face it, Halloween carved pumpkins don’t get a lot cooler than that.

A crowd of Halloween fans gathered at the New York Botanical Garden, the other day, to see pumpkin-carving master Ray Villafane work his magic on the world’s biggest pumpkin. Ray, an established artist known also for his incredible toy and sand sculptor, had something special in mind for this year’s event, and it’s safe to say zombie fans were pleased with his idea. He used two of the largest pumpkins from this year’s harvest, one of them a record-holder, to create a creepy scene featuring zombies covered in pumpkin guts crawling out of a giant squash. Ray spent hours painstakingly carving his undead work of art, but his efforts were generously rewarded with cheering and clapping.


Ray Villafane used Brant and Eleanor Bordsen’s 1,693 pound pumpkin to create the zombies, while Kelsey and Jim Bryson’s 1,818.5 pound orange monster was used as the base they’re crawling out of. If you’re in the New York area and love scary pumpkin carvings, be sure to drop by the New York Botanical Garden, where Villafane’s masterpiece will be on display through Halloween.

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May 12

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Gosh, I would hate to work around him.

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May 05

Meet the UK’s new TV Gladiators!!!

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 Sky One I Gladiators Ready, Exclusive pre-view

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Sky One | Gladiators Ready! New UK Series (May 2008)

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Meet Tempest!

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Meet Spartan!

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Meet Inferno!

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Meet Oblivion!

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Apr 16

DON’T get excited fellas – here’s one naked bird you might not want to cosy up to.

Oscar the female cockatoo is an internet hit as she chats away – in the buff.

The bird was taken in by the Florida-based Humane Society of Broward County after she was found to have a contagious disease called beak and feather.

Oscar was given just six months to live – but twelve years later she is still going strong despite the fact that she has lost her feathers.

The bird – whose favourite snacks include hash browns, egg rolls and lollipops – is a hit with staff.

Animal shelter worker Cherie Wachter said: “Everybody shares her lunch with her.”

 

LoL, that thing looks so nasty, ugly, but cute and funny!!!

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