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GnomeZ: Zombie Garden Gnomes Invade Your Lawn

by Paul Strauss
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Zombies are all the rage these days, so it’s no wonder that the undead want to spend some more time out in the open. And what better way for your zombies to get out more but for them to watch over your garden?

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GnomeZ is a new line of handmade and hand-painted resin zombie garden gnomes. The first in the series is Todd Grumble, a 10-inch-tall zombie definitely looks a little pissed off – probably because there are other zombie kids hanging and ripping apart the living on his front lawn.

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You can get your hands on your very own Todd Grumble zombie garden gnome at GnomeZ for €69.00 (~$95 USD), and even comes with his own Brain Consumption Permit issued by the Federal Bureau of Zombification. As if you needed a permit to eat brains.

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