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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Properly Confined

Why?

I know I should not question, but why is this 5' pig here? Whimsy? Well, that is good enough for me. I like whimsy. More cheap entertainment for me.
 
That reminds me. I bought local bacon and cannot wait to open it. The only bad part is that it was not on sale, so I broke a rule.
 
This little piggy will not be bacon. I have to ask why he is there next time I go out that way. I have found a chicken, horses, and cows.
 
Your turn
Do you ever see these giant animals around your area where there is not an obvious entertainment venue?


8 comments:

  1. I guess I miss out on a lot in life because I never see giant pretend animals.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Janie,
      LOL, yes you do miss out. I have not seen these until about two years ago. I suspect I am missing out on a trend...lol. Slugmama had some on her blog one day.

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  2. We don't have giant animals very close to us - but there is a giant merino sheep about sixty miles away which is a landmark.
    And quirky, or whimsy are always good in my eyes.

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    1. EC,
      We both appreciate quirky and whimsy. If you ever go by the giant sheep and can take a picture, I would like to see it and maybe put it on my blog. For all I know, the whole US might be covered with whimsical, giant animals.

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  3. We don't have any giant animals near us. There is a place that sells huge concrete animals---if I could figure out how to get the hippo he has home, I'd love it. Don't know why, but I do.

    And hubby wants a giant ice cream cone. Now THAT I understand-LOL!

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    1. Sue,
      I will have to check the concrete statue places and see if they have those. I bet they would deliver the hippo for a price...lol. Yes, I do understand the ice cream cone.

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  4. That's funny you should ask that, I was out with my younger daughter recently and we saw a camping shop selling loads of these large animals and we both wondered why! Who buys them?

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    1. Joe,
      I wonder...hmmmm...maybe camping sites buy them to add to the wilderness ambiance? I still wonder. Was this in England or the US?

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