If you're looking for an easy way to troll your neighbours (besides leaving your Christmas lights up until June) you're not going to do much better than an 3m tall inflatable neon pink flamingo perched in the middle of your front lawn. Everyone knows the best way to deal with an annoying neighbour is to simply out annoy them, and as long as their front lawn isn't covered in old cars perched atop concrete blocks, this pink eyesore will be $US350 ($460) well spent. Its base can be filled with water so it doesn't fly away in the wind, and it can be inflated using the cool setting on a hair dryer so you don't over-exert your lungs.
Your Neighbours Will Love A Three Metre Tall Inflatable Pink Flamingo Perched On Your Lawn
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