Pumpktris is a fully playable version of Tetris built into a regular pumpkin. While it looks super cool it might not be the easiest DIY project to test out with the fam. The pumpkin consists of 128 LEDs for the display and the stem serves as a game controller. It was constructed by Nathan Pryor and will probably make your angry cat pumpkin look like a kindergarten project.
Instead of using boring household items to carve your pumpkin this year, why not be creative like this Martha Stewart of Badassery and use a Colt 1911? It’s the right tool for the job, plus the method is totally keeping with the spirit of spooky Halloween.
BTW: Keep in mind that your pumpkin WILL have exit wounds.
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BBC anchor caught sleeping on the job
We’ve all been there. You close your eyes for a SECOND in class or on the job because you’re unusually overtired. Your colleague might catch you but luckily your nap isn’t going to be aired around the world. That’s what happened to this anchorman, Simon McCoy. He thought there was going to be another presenter ahead of his early morning broadcast so he took the opportunity to get in a few minutes of shut eye next to co-host Martine Croxall. Unluckily for him, he was caught in the act.
Panda rips into a pumpkin
This red panda is like a ninja playing with his pumpkin in the snow. You can hear the tourists snapping photos in the background and he just wants to make sure they know how tuff he is.