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Halloween is tomorrow and if you're still looking for pumpkin carving ideas, check out what these guys did. First, using toilet paper and kerosene, you can have a creepy flaming pumpkin burn all night. Second, for all of you engineers out there, check out this awesome pumpkin tetris carving. The coolest part: It actually works. 

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