Operating on a pumpkin, Tactically, as an Operator.

Operating on a pumpkin, Tactically, as an Operator.

So, it’s that time of year. Every year we get invaded by a horde of gourd. Show them what’s up by making an example of one of their own. Show them you’re not going to tolerate it.


It’s time to get your Molle covered-urban-camo ass in gear and fuck up some pumpkins. Operator Style.

It’s recommended to get some bad ass rock going on in the background to assist you.
It is not recommended to use such phrases as, “Scream for me bitch!” while cutting up your pumpkin.


Design of some sort
Tactical Knife, Get one like the one you use in COD to get the most wins.




Tanto or curved blade, it’s all personal preference. My assistant suggested the Tanto. “It’s the stabbiest!”




Start by scalping the pumpkin, do this at an angle so you can put the “Hat-Scalp” back on after putting in a candle or flare or some awesome shit like that in there to light it up.




Pull off that top!! GET IT DONE!




Don’t forget to pull out it’s insides and put them to the side… Later you shall feast upon them.




Come up with some awesome design to strike fear into the pumpkins that are still roaming around looking for mischief and candy.




Use your support hand to hold your opponent while thrusting with your strong hand. Stab it right in the Gourd!!!




Finish cutting out your design and remove any additional pieces that may have come loose during the process from the inside. Then replace the pumpkins top.



Final critique and inspection from my assistant/Manager.






Here’s a recipe for you to feast upon the insides of your pumpkin


  • 2 cups raw pumpkin seeds
  • 1/4 cup butter, melted
  • 1/2 tsp. Tabasco sauce
  • 1 tsp. cayenne pepper
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp. cumin
  • 1 Tbsp. chili powder


Place pumpkin seeds on ungreased cookie sheet. Mix together butter and Tabasco sauce and drizzle over the seeds. Combine spices and sprinkle over the coated seeds. Toss well to coat. Bake at 300 degrees 35-45 minutes until golden brown and crisp, stirring seeds once halfway through baking. Store in airtight container. Original Recipe Source