Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
The Grim Reaper
This pickup truck was also part of the display of cars; it was covered with skulls, bones, and grim reapers. It even had the name Grim Reaper along the sides. One certainly would not forget this one easily.
Yikes! He's everywhere! :)ReplyDelete
Looks a little overdone for my liking, good fun thoughReplyDelete
Really overdone for my liking too, I would never ride such a truck...ReplyDelete
I have never seen anything like this.ReplyDelete
Oh no! I wouldn't go anywhere near that truck! Scary!ReplyDelete
Some people have a weird imagination!ReplyDelete
That little truck certainly has unique presence and attitude.ReplyDelete
love the guys hiding their eye sockets. :)ReplyDelete
@Linda: he is.ReplyDelete
@Bill: there is a car here I have seen in a cowboy theme that makes this look understated.
@Karl: nor would I but it makes a good photo subject.
@Marleen: it is unique.
@Nancy: appropriate for Hallowe'en.
@Marianne: they do!
@Gemma: it does.
@Tex: it is oddly cute.
What a sense of humor!ReplyDelete
Weird but interesting.ReplyDelete
Wow, that is perfect for Halloween but what do you do with it the rest of the year.ReplyDelete
Maybe they should add a few more skeletons!ReplyDelete
spooky, halloween is some folks favorite time of the year to decorate & celebrate! ( ;ReplyDelete
@Janis: they definitely have a sense of humour. I've seen the truck a couple of other times in the city, so they must be a relative local. Maybe living outside the urban areas.ReplyDelete
@Gunn: it does draw attention!
@Red: very weird, yes.
@Sharon: good question.
@Norma: they could do that!
@Beth: I could have left this for my Hallowe'en blog, but I've got other material for that.
Wow, that is one unique and scary truck!ReplyDelete
It would be perfect for Halloween, though :-)
The owner must certainly have decorated it for Halloween!ReplyDelete
Strange but it's all in the spirit. Or is it? :)ReplyDelete
Death be not proud! Yikes! Our fascination with death and dying is certainly understandable, but I'd rather get into other stuff! :)ReplyDelete
Ha! I've been known to have that same effect on passengers. :-)ReplyDelete
That sure is dedication.ReplyDelete
@Tamago: very suited for the occasion.ReplyDelete
@Catalyst: no, I've seen it a couple of other times and it was decorated this way, so they must leave it that way year round. Though I imagine they leave it alone through the winter... that sort of weather can be hell on these additions.
@Bill: who knows?
@Lowell: me too!
@Revrunner: oh boy!
@Stefan: it is!
Nunca tinha visto um senso de humor tão bizarroReplyDelete
That's quite a car, especially with Halloween not too far away :)ReplyDelete
All decked out and ready for the grave.ReplyDelete
I love Revrunner's response! But I find the truck itself creepy. Life is short enough without inviting death along with all that imagery.ReplyDelete
It's well prepared for a Halloween ride William ☺ReplyDelete
That is hilario8us!!!ReplyDelete
Ohhoh, what a car and it's decorations. Maybe there is one bit too much.. :)ReplyDelete
@Denise: very appropriate for October posts, yes.
@Mari: good way to put it!
@Kay: that's true.
@Grace: it is!
@Jennifer: it does catch your eye!
@Orvokki: there's one in these parts that makes this look understated.