He states: "This Halloween she’ll be 17 months old, so logically she should have a pumpkin 200 times her weight that can only be moved by a forklift she can’t drive and that can only be carved with an ax she won’t be allowed to handle."
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Of course! LOL
But since he only owns a 1/5th of an acre residential home, I doubt he has a forklift to transport his freakish pumpkin gift. And why leave such a glorious pumpkin in the backyard garden? I commented that he should grow it where he wants it to be displayed, and as it gets a little big, he should build a level, solid wood platform that he thinks (hopes) will hold an 800+ pound pumpkin. Then he should set it in the center. That way it will grow a nice flat bottom and be ready to carve and display at Halloween, right where it sits.
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Try to out-do that!
But I'm left with just one question...
What do you do with an 800+ pound pumpkin once Halloween is over?