There is no explanation as to why I photograph these items. Last year it was the Inflatable Turkeys and then a new one today- Frankenstein. I hear they are expensive. I guess I just don’t understand how they have caught on. Surely the grandchildren would love a yard full of inflatables. They remind me of those plastic clown punching bags you’d bop in the nose and it would fall over and right itself, still smiling. They seem to be getting larger!
I’ve got to get out more often – haven’t seen any “inflatables” – Maybe it’s for the best, I might drive into something!!!! 🙂
That’s one scary dude!!!
I see it more as an investment. It’s better to pay $150 on the inflatable and $100 in the energy bill than to have your neighbors think you aren’t festive enough to celebrate an important holiday like Halloween.
I get so tickled at the Christmas ones some people here put out. You go by one day and they look all festive and the next day, they are uninflated laying sadly on the ground in a big heap of plastic! Some people have as many as 10 or 12 of them in their yards.
This is hysterical Ruth! It made me laugh out loud!!
My what big feet you have. Happy October!