When it comes to carving pumpkins for Halloween I like to go primitive. Give me a big-ass Michael Meyers butcher knife and a large orange gourd and you'll have a freaky Tiki-style Jack-O-Lantern in minutes. Mostly, I just like the way the knife feels in my hand when I plunge it into pumpkin flesh. Is that wrong? I'm not a big fan of the fine etching that has become a trend with pumpkin carving kits. Too many tools and too little time.
But this is really amazing. Fully functional Tetris Jack-O-Lantern. Because that's all I need to be doing on Halloween. Staring into a pumpkin for hours while kids steal all my candy from the "Honor Bowl" on my porch. I'm going to put in an order for a Lite-Brite one next year: