Thursday, April 03, 2008

You paid what for that?

13 comments:

Joe said...

When I spent some time in the Midwest, I ran across a number of houses with ceramic/concrete goose statues on their front steps -- and, yes, many of them had seasonal costumes. It was one of the strangest things I'd ever seen. Thanks for bringing back those funny memories!

Kieran said...

The only thing more bizarre than the ceramic goose and its costumes is the craft shows which run rampant around the Midwest where vendors compete, I repeat COMPETE to sell you the widest variety of goose outfits. Talk about Twilight Zone . . .

philsblogging said...

Love your sarcasm!

The Dot Com Kid said...

I dont get it which is weird cos i normally do

Liam said...

We have a ceramic goose in our area which the owners dress up, according to Easter, Christmas, etc. It's actually original because they're the only ones around here who do it.

That said, the card's premise stands well. :o)

mark said...

I have to admit that is primarily a south-central ohio thing.. (you're giving yourself away!!)

Anonymous said...

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Chana said...

Yep, one of those geese lives down the street from me. Guess where I live? LOL

Andy said...

I always wanted to sell small bags of pebbles as "concrete goose" food at a huge margin. Please feel free to appropriate the idea.

Anonymous said...

LOL Andy! Someone at Hobby Lobby would prob buy it

Dan said...

Definitely not ceramic geese. The ceramic ones don't stand up to Ohio weather. They are cement geese, not ceramic.

Scott said...

somehow i feel like this is directed at us over at: www.40cozy.com

...i'm honored.

Julie said...

Those geese are one of the things I miss most about Ohio.

 
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