If you ask me, garden gnomes are creepy; their little concrete eyes follow you around as you walk through the yard. Deep down we all know that one foggy summer night they will finally come alive, creep into the house and eat all the Bagel Bites.
I’ve never hid the fact that I find garden gnomes creepy. The little buggers look like they are watching you every step you take. If you want to rid your garden of annoying gnomes, you need the Rampaging Kaiju Garden Gnome.
If you ask me, lawn gnomes are weird and kind of creepy. They just seem like they are always up to no good. Like they are going to come to life when you aren’t looking. Do you really want that in your garden?
I’ve never been a fan of garden gnomes, honestly they are little disconcerting. I always had the sense that they’re watching me and is waiting for nightfall when they’ll creep into the house and stuff Tic-Tacs up my nose until I suffocate.
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?
GnomeZ is a new line of handmade and hand-painted resin zombie garden gnomes.
If you’re a Star Wars fan, you MUST immediately head over to the Star Wars Shop and place your order for one of these Jawa garden gnomes.
Designed as a good luck charm for your garden, these hand-painted, foot-tall mini Jawa lawn ornaments sell for $35 (USD) each and are the perfect guardian for your front yard.
Of course, they might start scavenging for electronic parts and droids around your house if you don’t keep an careful eye on them.
While the little guys amber eyes look like they’re illuminated in the photo above, I think it’s just a reflection.
While this doesn’t really qualify as a techie gadget or a video game, I came across this quirky game and thought it was just too good to pass up.
Instead of knocking over some ordinary pins with this bowling game, you knock over a bunch of little plastic lawn gnomes.