14 thoughts on “Next door to the new house”

  1. @eatthispodcast They’re definitely not common here in Southern California. The hidden backstory is that I lived in Baltimore for 4 years down the street from John Waters. It was infested there, so these made things feel like “home” in a sarcastic sort of way.

  2. @eatthispodcast The real ones do live in Florida as part of their natural range. I suspect most plastic ones in America disappeared after their peak in the mid-80s here. Baltimore still has an above average number of the plastic kind for the kitsch factor. I rarely see them anywhere anymore.

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