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This weekend we're getting a pumpkin and carving it in the scariest image we can find - Justin Bieber. 

Then we're tweeting a picture of our Bieber O' Lantern to Dunkin's Donuts for a chance to win one of five $50 DD gift cards in the Trick or Tweet CarveDD Contest.

Here's how to get in on the action with your pumpkin creation:

1. Take a pic of your pumpkin
2. Follow @dunkindonuts on Twitter
3. Tweet your pumpkin pic to @dunkindonuts along with the hashtag #carveDD

You can only enter once and the deadline is October 30, 2011. As always with contests, there are a bunch of rules.  

You know what winning tastes like? It tastes like a pumpkin latte.

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