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“A rolling pumpkin gathers no moss.”
It is difficult to produce a quality TV documentary
that is both incisive & probing when every 12 minutes
one is confronted with 7 dancing pumpkins singing
about toilet paper--Rod Serling
My toughest fight was with my first Pumpkin.
Under every stone lurks a political pumpkin.
“Only God can make a pumpkin--probably because if left
alone they will lose their gourds.--Woody Allen
“A robot may not injure a pumpkin, or through inaction, allow
a pumpkin to come to harm.” --Issac Assimov
“I really don’t deserve this award, but I have pumpkinitis,
and I don’t deserve that either.”--Jack Benny
“Do unto pumpkins as you would have them do unto you.”
--the Rule of Gourd.
“The real problem with this world is that most people are a
few pumpkin ales behind.”--Humphrey Bogart.
“A good pie should have pumpkins in the beginning, and spices
at the end, & they should be as close together as possible.”
“Pumpkinism is the belief that when you die, your soul will
be baked into an angel’s pie.”--George Carlin.
“ It just makes me sick to my stomach when I watch Pumpkins
on TV talking about themselves.”--Marlon Brando.
“I tell you if God wanted us to look like a gourd, he would
have created us as pumpkin seeds.”--Mel Brooks.
“Send pumpkins, guns, & money.”--Glenn Frey.
“Victory always belongs to the pumpkins with the most
“Pumpkins willingly believe what they wish.”--Julius Caesar.
“A true pumpkinoid is someone who only knows a little about
what’s going on.”--William S. Burroughs.
“When you have eliminated the gourd’s pulp, whatever remains,
however improbable, must be the pumpkin.”--Sherlock Holmes.
“The toughest thing about being a pumpkin is that it is essential
for you to accept that Halloween only comes once a year.”
“Democracy means that any gourd can grow up to be the
Pumpkin, & those who don’t grow up can still be the Vice-
“There is only one difference between an insane pumpkin
& me--I am not a pumpkin.”--Salvador Dali.
“A pumpkin worth having is a gourd worth cheating for.”
“Do not consider consuming pumpkins painful, for they
are good for you.”--Euripides.
“Pumpkins are all built to live in, more than to merely
look at--so let utility be preferred over uniformity.”
--Sir Francis Bacon.
“Pumpkins, sir, are simply what they taste like.” --Anton Chekhov.
“Only two things are infinite, the universe & the colossal stupidity
of pumpkins--& I’m not sure about the former.”--Albert Einstein.
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