"… even housewarming gift." (With video.)
Highlights from the Zombie of Montclaire Moors Statue Customer Ratings & Review section:
"Everyone who passes by remarkes on the Zombie."
"Thanks, tax refund!"
"I ordered this for my husband's birthday and set it up as a surprise for him."
"We have had a lot of interesting comments about our GLEN … and he looks very handsome against the red wood chips in the garden."
"Got it to scare the grandkids. And it did. The kids stay clear of it."
"For the holiday season, he is now sporting a jaunty Santa hat!"
"… I come to every social engagement armed with board games, to help facilitate that whole human interaction thing that people thought was important before smartphones gave us an excuse to avoid eye contact with others. It’s also why I give games as gifts." —Over on The Morning News, Matthew "Good Gift Game Guide Guy" Baldwin rounds up his favorite games of the year, board- and non, with brief explanations of how they work, who they're good for, and the time they take to play. There's one that seems to be an Apples to Apples "for horrible people," as well as an oddly Tarot-looking one about mushrooms. Since [...]
Many people don’t realize that sapphire comes in all sorts of colors, not just blue. Sapphire is the gem form of the mineral corundum, and depending on other elements within the stone, it can also be pink, yellow, green — or even red (but if it’s red, it’s a ruby!). Padparadscha is the rarest, most desirable — and most valuable — form of sapphire around. The demand is due to the beautiful color, which is a delicate mix of orange and pink.
Padparadscha comes from Sri Lanka (other countries have produced it, but there is always fierce debate about whether their stones are good enough to be termed “padparadscha”). It’s [...]