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  • Caroline

    That is especially creepy given that I just saw Life of Pi.

    • JB

      Richard Parker!

  • Anonymous

    i saw him with a bedazzled red bow tie when i walked pass him this past sunday night. haha.

  • Roy Horn

    It’s from Halloween.

    • Anon

      So it’s creepy and incredibly lazy. They must be fantastic neighbors.

      • Nick

        They were the spookiest house we visited on Halloween. Given all the other things they had going on up on the porch, you couldn’t call them lazy that night. I couldn’t figure out whether the ghoul in the back corner of the porch was a hard-working person with a strong back, or some sort of machine. Either way, impressive job. And they appear to have updated it for Thanksgiving.

        They earned the right to keep the tiger up for a long time. My kids still love it when we walk by. We live in Columbia Heights, not McLean — a little idiosyncrasy from time to time shouldn’t trouble you.

        • Anon

          Oh right, we don’t live in McLean so we should just learn to enjoy living with filth. Because that is all we can expect from each other in the big city.

          • Nick

            We have different definitions of filth. I’m not rationalizing this thing. I actually like it. If it’s there in a year, if it’s sopping wet, moldy and caked in mud, i won’t like it anymore. That’s where I draw the line under my subjective standard. I don’t expect you to have the same subjective standard as me; just suggesting you loosen yours a bit.

  • pedro

    Siegfried and Roy’s lost tiger?

    • That’s exactly what we took out of it. Not very topical though since it’s been quite a few years now.

  • Anonymous

    Love it.. keep it out all year

    • Seconded! (only maybe they need a bloody tiger that’s not soft so it’s more resilient)

  • anon

    I think it’s awesome!

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