Big Lots (Part Three)

January 31, 2009, 1:57 pm; posted by
Filed under Bwog, Steve  | 3 Comments

More fun at Big Lots (see part one and part two).

Have you ever seen a lion look so bereft? This guy isn’t scaring anybody, unless you take into account the large chunks of paint he sheds. Come no farther — or I shall tempt your children with tasty flakes of lead!

On the plus side, it’s incredibly heavy, discouraging thieves who are really into that “unfinished modeling clay” look.

This is not a game
But a secret Chinese test:
Just how dumb are we?

I find it important to note — this is not a singing horse, as the packaging claims.

No. This is a singing, dancing decapitated head of a horse. And as such, what exactly does he have to dance about? They cut off his head and didn’t even remove the reins!

Oh, you were looking for drunken, cross-eyed gnomes, were you? Right this way!


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3 Comments to “Big Lots (Part Three)”

  1. David on February 2nd, 2009 10:28 am

    On the other hand that horse head might come in handy for intimidating your enemies.

  2. MCB on February 3rd, 2009 7:55 pm

    I like that he plays trumpet music.

  3. Djere on February 11th, 2009 7:55 am

    I hope you bought that mopey lion statue to defend your library’s entrance from… ennui…

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