Does your garden or yard need some Sasquatching-up?
A Whales In Space tipster sent us a link to a 28 Inch tall bigfoot sculpture available at skymall.com that is only going to set you back about $100.
For $98.95 you can be the first one in your neighborhood to have a 12 pound bigfoot statue in your yard. Not available for shipment to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico.
And then, there are the customer reviews…
Pros: lots of detail
Cons: should be bigger
“This statue is GREAT. We have him in the garden keeping away the armadillos.”
“I am not sellestad but I am however his girlfriend as well as the proud recipient of this seriously awesome gift, which means I get to sing it’s praises. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always been fascinated by Big Foot. Well imagine my surprise when we saw one on our very first date together, I couldn’t shut up about it and said I just had to have one someday. Several happy months later, a gigantic box arrives before my birthday. What was in the box you ask??? The BIGGEST, most incredible Bigfoot statue I have ever seen! Or even heard of for that matter. He is HUGE, just over two feet tall, highly detailed, and big enough to scare the bejeebus out of my cats. “Harry” as we chose to name him, now lives above the fridge so he can scare any unsuspecting guests we have over. I have to say this is without a doubt the BEST gift I’ve ever been given. If you’re thinking of getting it, you will not be disappointed.”
“This was purchased as a gift for my husband who loves to garden. It is all I hoped for. He really got a kick out of it and the neighbors all do double takes when they first see it. It has also kept the dog from playing in that part of the flower garden (bonus).”
“I was amazed this order arrived so quickly. They gave me free shipping, which helped with my decision to purchase. It was A gift for my son in Law who is A rabid Ohio State, fan. We are Michigan fans, so we dressed Big Foot in Michigan clothes, and put some birthday baloons in his hand. Big foot now sits proudly in his back yard minus the clothes, where his dog circles around it and growls.”