Gnasty Gnomes

Gnomes for your garden (not mine). You can’t see it here, but the gnome on the right, behind the frog, is exposing his gnome gnaughty bits. I didn’t feel it was okay to rearrange the display to get a shot of him. But I regret that now. Found these in a novelty gift shop in Amsterdam, Holland, across from the Hortus Botanicus.

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0 comments on “Gnasty Gnomes

  1. Oh, gno! Those crazy Europeans. I should gnote that my own grandmother introduced me to gnomenclature in the garden. She had quite a few, but all were very chaste.


  2. My, my, you could always just take a picture of that gnaughty gnome you bought for your garden….ha, ha, ha.


  3. Helen,You may assume your mother's gnomes were chaste, but god only knows what they do at night.Layanee,If I ever get back there, I need a photo of the other flashing gnome. I think the pictures are even better than the real thing.


  4. If I get there, I will bring one or two home! HA!


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