“Dick in a Box” first aired on “Saturday Night Live” a week before Christmas, but the sketch was the inspiration for approximately 17 percent of costumes worn on Halloween the following year.
It might have been pounded into the ground in 2010, but the world’s rapidly shrinking attention span has made it possible for something to become retro in less than five years. It might sound like I’m being critical, but thanks to this “Stem in a Box” pumpkin creation, I can’t say that I mind.
A man who probably doesn’t work in human resources (or at a company that has HR, for that matter) decided to construct an anatomically correct version of Andy Samberg for his office’s pumpkin decorating contest (although that pumpkin looks nothing like Andy Samberg).
I don’t see how he can have a bad day with that in his cubicle.
An instructional guide for the uninitiated:
There is one vital step missing:
Warning: Pumpkin penis ahead:
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