Zombie garden sculpture brings the flesh-slavering undead to your daffodil bed

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Precisely why you call the 1-800 number on the side of the canister when you accidentally spill 2-4-5 liquid Trioxin in the flower bed. A garden scultpure by Alan Dickenson, only $89.95.

Zombie of Montclaire Moors Garden Sculpture [Design to Scano via Nerd Approved]

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9 Responses to Zombie garden sculpture brings the flesh-slavering undead to your daffodil bed

  1. Anonyman says:

    Garden? I’m thinking graveyard.

  2. strider_mt2k says:

    Circle of life, man.

  3. jennfrank says:

    Not as hardcore as this, though.

  4. wmperry says:

    This would be perfect to sink in the quarry for the SCUBA diving crowd. I could use this to scare the wetsuits off of students during their training dives.

  5. Torporous says:

    @5 WMPerry
    That would be a video I’d love to watch on youtube.

    This is such a great piece of work. I’d need to fix it into the ground well though as I’m sure it would be lifted by those young whipper snippers on the street.

    Perhaps I could just put it out on Haloween…

  6. Falcon_Seven says:

    Less of a zombie, more like a poor gardener trapped in an overabundant quagmire of shredded cedar mulch.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Where are bad teeth, flash decaying and rotting? Some kind of a n00b zombie… :)

  8. MINIONSWEB says:

    How many times must one tell William H Macy to avoid the quicksand????

  9. chef says:

    @1: Toe-may-toe, toe-mah-toe, whatever works. Whether you have a black thumb, or strangely healthy plants, it’s suitable for both.

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