courtlandj asked me to draw Finn the Human dressed as Snake from MGS3. Since he’s cool enough to fix my computer I should at least be an eighth as cool and draw him whatever he damn wants :)
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This original “Jack-o-lantern” made from a turnip in the early 19th century is on exhibit at the Museum of Country Life in Ireland.
The making of jack-o’-lanterns, some sources maintain, springs theoretically from the custom of carving turnips into lanterns as a way of remembering the souls held in purgatory. The practice is said to have originated from an Irish tale about a man nicknamed “Stingy Jack” who had dealings with the “devil”. As the story went, when he died, he wasn’t good enough for heaven and the devil wouldn’t let him into hell. The devil sent Jack away with coals which he put into a turnip to light his way in the dark.
While turnips and even potatoes had been used in Ireland, lanterns in Scotland were originally fashioned from the thick stem of the cabbage plant and were called “kail-runt torches”. It was not until 1837 that “jack-o’-lantern” appeared as a term for a carved vegetable lit from within.
Eventually pumpkins were chosen by Irish immigrants who brought the tradition with them to the home of the pumpkin - North America - where it became an integral part of Halloween festivities there. The term “jack-o’-lantern” originally meant a ‘night watchman’ or ‘man with a lantern’ with the earliest known use in the 1660’s in East Anglia…
"Jack O’ Lantern" is also mentioned as a term for sea wisps/St. Elmo’s Fire in Lady Gregory’s Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland.
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