You wonder what the heck you are on about. You are quite sure that there are no pumpkins in Jailbreak, Problem Sleuth, or Homestuck, and that there is no pumpkin article on this wiki, and never will be. Quite frankly, you find the notion absurd.
It is fairly obvious that a pumpkin would make a, and an . You wonder, if there was a pumpkin, why you would to it? It doesn't even occur to you that it would be able to . And heaven forbid someone try to utilise it in a . That may . Though , it would be .
would utterly fail, since there was no pumpkin there to begin with.
Although we still don't know ifis quite true.
Even Punch Designix. Likewise, a on a keyboard can be prone to .it neither proves nor denies its existence, as it seems to deappearify into thin air, even If one existed in the first place, it certainly doesn't have a Sylladex code that can be understood enough to be used in a
Like pumpkins,also do not exist.
As a matter of fact, pumpkins have never existed, yet people still experience strange visions of these mythical gourds. The common "encounter with the pump-kind" results in the pumpkin's disappearance upon any attempted interaction with it.
You wonder if this article even exists in the first place.
Some people among the MSPA community are convinced that there are pumpkins throughout Homestuck, Jailbreak, and Problem Sleuth, but we all know that is impossible, since we've all read all three of them and never once seen a pumpkin pop up anywhere.
These people's common theories are that there is Wayward Vagabond in , but there is nothing but air there.in and that are and are by the
If they did exist they may have been stolen by multiple people . Furthermore, Jake English, with the aid of his mate, would have miraculously appearified a of pumpkin in order to his friend powers native to a certain cherubic device. However, this is stupid, since pumpkins exist in neither the pre- nor post-scratch universes.
What pumpkin? Edit
Homestuck Vol. 5 was released under a new very serious and legit record label... What Pumpkin.