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Giant Zombie Flamingos: Because Regular Lawn Flamingos are Just Boring

From Thinkgeek: The company that manufactures these shared their origin story: We were stocking our warehouse when one of our original Featherstone pink flamingos was bit by a sickly warehouse pigeon. These red-eyed, black-feathered flamingos with fangs which resulted are ready to haunt your yard. This set of two in different poses comes with four […] The post Giant Zombie Flamingos: Because Regular Lawn Flamingos are Just Boring appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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