Monday, October 13, 2014

Holloween Is Coming. Crave Your Pumkins

Stan Asked Me A Very Strange Question About Pumpkin Carving. He Said This Year He Was Going All Of The Way Out For Halloween. So I Asked Him To Show Me What He Meant. He Did Not Think He Was Carving It Correct, But He Was Having A Great Time "Carving" His Pumpkin. I Took 2 Pictures For The Rest Of You To Decide If He Was Carving The Pumpkin Correctly Or Not. Please Let Us Know. Thanks And Have A Great Day. Hugs

10 comments:

O!Daddie now at http:odaddie.tumblr.com/ said...

Ray, I crave your pumpkins more and more with each passing year !! ☺☺☺☺☺☺
XXXOOO

uncle barry said...

ABSOFUCKINGLUTLY! !
And #3 is Hysterical :-)

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Scott said...

LMAO.. Stan you are definitely doing a fine job carving your pumpkins:)

That's the great thing about Halloween you can be as creative as you like.

Like your work, on #3,#4 and #9, but absolutely love #7, it reminds me of the straight dude, that wanted to try sucking my cock (just let's say, he didn't like the man-meat).. LMFAO..

Thanks Ray

uncle barry said...

#6 Would certainly put a Smile on My Face and make Me Glow ;-0

LORD PATRICK said...

Very good! Like them! We don't go in for much for Halloween here in Australia.

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Brad said...

I think Stan just "nutted" in pumpkin mouth #7 without warning him!!

Stan said...

Thanks a lot Ray!

Xersex said...

I've just stolen some sexy pumpinks !!! and I'll use on my blog for Halloween!!

enjoy my last post:
http://menforxersex.blogspot.it/2014/10/crossing-swords-croiser-les-epees.html

Anonymous said...

Dudes, Halloween is definitely a "gay" (as in happy, right?) holiday!! almost bigger than Christmas. If you want to get "blown" away by the festivities, just visit Commercial Street in P-town, Massachusetts on Oct31,. Just a little warning, you might NEVER be the same again, it's not for the faint at heart!!!!

Stan your "pumpkins" would definitely fit right in.

Ur-spo said...

Alas, I never seem to have the time to carve any exquisite faces these days. But I enjoy carving pumpkins; it is still one of life's greatest pleasures.