King of the Pirates? No, King of the WatermelonsS

Summer is ending, but that doesn't mean there isn't some space for One Piece watermelons. There's always space for One Piece melons. Always.

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

King of the Pirates? No, King of the Watermelons

While geek-carved watermelons are certainly not new in China, recently, they've been popping up more and more on Chinese social networking sites and websites like Sina.

合肥版西瓜君雕出海贼王收获美人心 [Sina via ChinaSmack]

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