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How Does Homeopathy Work?

The Story of Bottled Water



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This lot disturb me so much, I may not leave them up, but thought you might like to see all the little garden friends...

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harimanjaro says:

That robin on the right looks like it's trying to start a fight with a rabbit.

21st May 2008, 13:08

factotum says:

...while the bullfrogs are speechless in horror....

21st May 2008, 13:21

hildegard says:

The robin in the middle doesn't look too friendly either... Who on earth buys this stuff?

21st May 2008, 14:04

harimanjaro says:

Good question. Your mission: hang around the garden centre and try to get pictures of people buying this stuff.

21st May 2008, 15:21

Spiderbaby says:

I think if you stare at them for too long a kind of madness takes hold that makes them seem just the thing to brighten up your garden and make your life complete! Be ye warned!

21st May 2008, 15:52

paintist says:

the really scary thing is that they must sell....to someone, and that somewhere in a garden near you lurks an oversized bluetit or worried frog....eeeeek

21st May 2008, 15:56

Caine says:

Er...wow. I know people buy these things, because there are 2 plastic swans and a giant green plastic frog in my front yard, left over from the previous owner. I really have to get rid of those things...

21st May 2008, 16:15

taniwha says:

These may have been live once but turned to stone by a wicked sorcerer. They are now being sold.

22nd May 2008, 10:15

paintist says:

I now have an image of homeless garden ornaments, cast out through no fault of their own....victims of a ruthless aesthetic society........

hahaha it will never happen, people love these things

22nd May 2008, 11:18