28 August 2008

It's a Cast Aluminum Dream Come True

People sell the strangest things in the strangest places.

















What will they bring to the parking lot next?

9 comments:

Christie said...

Ahhh, why didn't you pose by the nursing pig? That is something I might have paid to see.

Tina said...

I seriously do not get people. The "shadow" people that I see displayed in yards (especially when I was in Ohio) crack me up. Do you know what I'm talking about. Its a profile of a person and they lean them up against the house or fence.
Then there's the goose you put on your front porch that comes with clothes and accessories. Yes, its true.
Sorry, but people ARE weird.

Missy said...

I happen to know a little be about welding and aluminum casting and whatnot. It's pretty tough to do. I wonder why peple bother sometimes because it isn't exactly easy to sell. I mean, really, who wants a giant, life-sized mother pig suckling her babies? Not me. Pretty weird. Kinda gross. :)

Marie said...

I love the piggies! And am I mistaken, or does one of the babies facing you have wings? Is that supposed to be a "flying pig" or the remains of a good bacon breakfast?

Robyn said...

That's hilarious. They must be traveling around the state or something, because I saw that in a parking lot by Marci's house not too long ago. Weird. And only YOU would get out to pose by the statues.

Kimberly said...

What the...!!! Who would buy that stuff?! That pig with the nursing piglets was interesting. Yeah, why didn't you pose next to that one. Haha!

Missy said...

"Good bacon breakfast"... He he he. I like to go back and read other people's comments sometimes.

Becky Glover said...

I have decided (and if there's anyone who buys this stuff I'm sorry) the only people who do put this kinda cr...stuff in their yard have WAY TOO MONEY to blow on random, meaningless clutter. That being said there are some cute little wind chimes and my mom has some tall metal plant things in her yard that don't bug me too much. What a world....

Diane said...

I had to do a double take at that last picture. Glad I figured out you were trying to pose like the bear. You looked a little "challenged" otherwise!