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* PumpkinPerson: The titular Pumkins are Cephalothorax pumpkins.

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* PumpkinPerson: The titular Pumkins are Cephalothorax {{Cephalothorax}} pumpkins.


* FurryConfusion: This game revolves around a race of anthropomorphic pumpkins that grow (and presumably eat) non-anthropomorphic vegetables. There are also several animal characters that are capable of talking (The alligator, the crow, and the rabbit.) and others do not (the Barnyard Disco animals).

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* FurryConfusion: This game revolves around a race of anthropomorphic pumpkins that grow (and presumably eat) non-anthropomorphic vegetables. There are also several animal characters that are capable of talking (The alligator, the crow, and the rabbit.) and others do not (the Barnyard Disco animals). There are even bouncing pumpkins with faces, but no limbs in the color game.



* PumpkinPerson: The titular Pumkins are WalkingHead pumpkins.

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* PumpkinPerson: The titular Pumkins are WalkingHead Cephalothorax pumpkins.


The most infamous parts of the site have been taken down, but are archived [[http://web.archive.org/web/20180113033510/http://2008.pumkin.com/index.php here.]]

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The most infamous parts of the site have been taken down, but are archived [[http://web.archive.org/web/20180113033510/http://2008.pumkin.com/index.php here.]]
]] Due to Flash being shut down, you'll need a third-party player, which might not work properly.


Pumkin Land can be played [[http://2008.pumkin.com/index.php here.]]

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Pumkin Land can be played [[http://2008.The most infamous parts of the site have been taken down, but are archived [[http://web.archive.org/web/20180113033510/http://2008.pumkin.com/index.php here.]]



* BalloonBelly: A subtle version: Hungry Pumkin grows slightly larger with each item he eats. It might be hard to notice, until the end of the game, where, if he's big enough, [[FunnyBackgroundEvent he'll struggle to fit through the now-too-small door]].



* ExtremeOmnivore: See BigEater above.

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* ExtremeOmnivore: See BigEater above.Hungry Pumkin's animation for eating is to take the food's sprite image, put it into his mouth, and chew it. Some foods, such as the salt, water, and soda are depicted in non-edible containers or dishes, but the still use the same animation, leading to Pumkin eating things like glass and metal.


* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: In the In-On-Over-Under game, there's an alligator sitting in the house. It talks and tells you where to put the objects, but exactly ''why'' there's an alligator in this house is never explained. While some of the items in the living room make sense, like a book and a backpack, there are some strange ones like a gecko and a mushroom.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: In the In-On-Over-Under game, there's an alligator sitting in the house. It talks and tells you where to put the objects, but exactly ''why'' there's an alligator in this house is never explained. While some of the items in the living room make sense, like a book and a backpack, there are some strange ones like a gecko and a mushroom.


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!!Pumkin Land contains examples of:

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!!Pumkin Land contains examples of:
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* BigEater: The Pumkin you serve in the diner in "Hungry Pumkin" eats a lot of food in one sitting. He will also eat several condiments and cooking ingredients on their own (salt, pepper, butter, jam). Any food or drink that comes in a container he will also eat with the food. Ex: When he orders a can of soda, he will eat the can, when he orders a glass of water or juice, he will eat the glass. When her orders a bowl of rice, he eats the bowl. He also eats a coffee mug, salt and pepper shakers and a jar of jam. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And he still never pays you for all the food you've provided.]]

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* BigEater: The Pumkin you serve in the diner in "Hungry Pumkin" eats a lot of food in one sitting. He will also eat several condiments and cooking ingredients on their own (salt, pepper, butter, jam). Any food or drink that comes in a container he will also eat with the food. Ex: When he orders a can of soda, he will eat the can, when he orders a glass of water or juice, he will eat the glass. When her he orders a bowl of rice, he eats the bowl. He also eats a coffee mug, salt and pepper shakers and a jar of jam. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And he still never pays you for all the food you've provided.]]

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* JabbaTableManners: The hungry Pumkin. He devours his meals whole, doesn't care if they're liquids in a glass or in any kind of container, uses no cutlery and chews his food quite loudly.


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* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Averted by the female alligator in the In-On-Over-Under game, who tells the player what to do.


Not much is known about this game but it has been discovered by [[LetsPlay Lets Players]] and [[YoutubePoop Youtube Poopers]] alike and has gained a memetic status.

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Not much is known about this game but it has been discovered by [[LetsPlay Lets Players]] and [[YoutubePoop [[WebAnimation/YouTubePoop Youtube Poopers]] alike and has gained a memetic status.

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* UngratefulBastard: Hungry Pumkin never pays for his meals.


* PokemonSpeak: Presumably, the Pumkins in the Colors game, who say the name of what color they are.

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* PokemonSpeak: Presumably, the OneWordVocabulary: The Pumkins in the Colors game, who game can only say the name of what color they are.

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* PumpkinPerson: The titular Pumkins are WalkingHead pumpkins.


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* WalkingHead: All the Pumkins are pumpkins with arms, legs, and faces.

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