Crazy Bonez pose-n-stay esqueleto
- Tiene una altura de 60 "
- Material de plástico resistente duradero
- Extremidades articuladas con las rodillas que bloqueo en su lugar para mantener una posición
- Parte de la línea original de Crazy bonez esqueleto
- Spooky adición a cualquier escena de Halloween o decoración.
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Stands 63" tall, Posable, Will stand erect against a wall. Will be stiff but cant stand freely.
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Well, I thought it would be a shame to waste him solely on the garage. So I decided to introduce Boney to my wife. Bad mistake. 20 years has taught me nada zip zilch zero nuttin about marriage or maturity....
Boney had been sitting in his box in the garage hidden behind my other unattended projects. No one besides me knew he had moved in.
Boney, a good 5 or so feet tall, and fully posable, needed to visit our living quarters.
I decided that Boney shouldn't be forced to just stand around waiting for people to arrive home. So Boney found his way into the pocket water closet in our master bathroom. He looked so nice just sitting there on the commode. Like he was relieved... I figured my wife would come home, open the slide door, see good ol' Boney just sitting there and we'd all have a good lauguh
She came home late and used another bathroom before coming to bed. Never opened the pocket slide door. Just went into the master bath, freshened up, did her teeth and then went to bed/sleep. Silent night.... holy night.... till approx 4:30 am at which point a shrill sound that not even the most dedicated horror movie fanatic has ever heard emanated from the bathroom. At first I was bewildered. A heavy sleeper am I, but alas I was awakened quickly. Then I was reminded... shocked into recalling what was at the root of the insidious noises projecting from the torture chamber that once was my bathroom.
Boney never lost his cool. ... but he did lose his head, one leg and several ribs. I too suffered loss, as the promise of any romance in the near future quickly faded along with many meals, help with chores and other household activities.
Boney is made of a material that is not necessarily superglue friendly.... more experiments to come this weekend.
Moral of the story: the manufacturer of this product is clearly negligent in their labeling practices and owes me an apology for failing to warm me that this item is neither wife-friendly nor wife-proof.
Edit: Sept 6 2015
Well... ended up being able to easily repair Boney by gently sanding the points that required glue. Superglue is doing a fantastic job of keeping everything together strongly. Just sand both sides of the repair and you'll be fine. He looks good in my garage and enjoys watching over all of my unfinished projects. Definitely a good buy! Get one!
Now part of the family.