To me, a pumpkin is no big deal. It is simply a vegetable which seems impossible to carve come Halloween, yet is has massive cult status, dating back past the 1978 'Halloween' film. Over the decades, the pumpkin has retained its status as the 'badboy' of the vegetable world.
But I have to wonder: why, for example, someone would want, on their body for life, an image of a pumpkin being crucified? To be fair, I don't mind the tattoo on each shoulder blade that much.