Picture of Decapitated Head Drinking Fountain
What's more refreshing than drinking blood fresh out of the aorta of a recently severed head?

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials
life-size severed head ($20)
water pump ($10)
1/4" tubing ($3)
PVC pipe, tee, and adapter ($2)
flange ($6)
square pencil holder (already had)
grandmother's stew pot
red paint
heptameron made it!10 months ago

J'ai fait quelquechose de semblable il y a 5 ans, effet réussit!

Bucket de glace seche, grillage et réservoir de Punch sous la surface de la table.

poofrabbit2 years ago
Oh wow this is AWESOME!! I need this at my next party!
repims2 years ago
un beau projet , parfait pour réussir une fète d'halloween!!!
j'en boirai bien un ptit verre !!
alexbeetle2 years ago
Love it...
If there was red liquid running down the sides of the pipe it would look like the head was floating!
I like the idea a lot! One concerne though, Im not sure the pencil holder and pump are exactly safe to drink from.
I believe it's a resin mini-fountain base...I have one like it. And for only a drink or two the effect would be less harmful than all the other pollutants one might be exposed to that night, given the paints, latex, fake blood, vinyl and countless other toxic things people gladly don that night.I would make sure the pump is new or meticulously cleaned, though. Slime builds up around those rubber gaskets even if the fountain is well-maintained.
Five stars for eliciting my gag reflex...
Oops sorry...I just re-read your materials list. My apologies...it is a pencil holder used. As long as it withstands immersion!
It appears to be wood? Still, it would be easy to replace. The idea is what counts.
castor009 (author)  lsmith2542 years ago

I'm pretty sure the pump is safe to drink from. I took it apart ahead of time to look at what the liquid would come into contact with, and it looks pretty safe. The pencil holder is another story: it IS made out of wood, and really it was just used because I saw it on my desk and it was exactly what I needed. This could easily be replaced by something else that acts as an elevated surface over the pump for the flange to attach to.
;.) Hehehe...I have everything but the head to make this...but already put up decorations this year!
deyman2 years ago
Where did you get the head from?
castor009 (author)  deyman2 years ago
We got it from Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Forum-Novelties-Head-Open-Eyes/dp/B001ASCICY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1351474188&sr=8-1&keywords=scary+head
mclancer2 years ago
Great job. Perfect for a Halloween party!
I think it would be "creepier" if the exit hole was from the ear, the mouth, the tear ducts or the nose. Also, if a battery operated pump was available.
bricobart2 years ago
This rocks!!! Too bad it wont work with beer! Maybe we should try a chopped, well, you know what I mean... ;-)
Freelyx2 years ago
To really turn it up a notch, use Ned Starks head on a pike.
Freelyx Freelyx2 years ago
Or even better, Justin Bieber!
ldmorgan2 years ago
That's really cool. And deliciously icky. The only thing I can think that might have made it even ickier would be for the head to be upright on the spike and the blood to be coming out of its nose...
Lucky7x72 years ago
Great Idea!
mcpherme2 years ago
That's Really Cool!

Very creative, great idea, you can use it at home, and maybe put a alcohol substance for Halloween parties or fake blood to scare the kiddies....

Two Thumbs Up!
im37332 years ago
One possible improvement, make the pvc look like a metal stake and have it seem to protude from the top of the head, hides the pipe and adds to the effect!
Super gross. Amazing idea!
ilpug2 years ago