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chknwing

8 Foot Inflatable Carolina Panther Home Depot

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I would rather have a blow-up of one of the cheerleaders. 

 

I'm pretty sure this isn't the only thing you have that requires you to pump it up before you can use it. :)

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put a 59 on that bitch if you buy it

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Apparently marked down substantially, this will look great in all of our yards. Was $69.98 now $39.98

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http://www.homedepot.com/p/8-ft-Inflatable-NFL-Carolina-Panthers-Player-Tiny-99-VALUE-08-4074/203567657#.UhyzTH_IQ-I

Looks like he's giving the finger Tupac style.

Someone needs to strap that sum bitch to their car and drive around NO and ATL.

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I am not into inflatables.  Any more.

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I might just have to order a Saints one so I can blow it up and then kick the ever loving poo out of it.

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does it take 8 weeks to inflate?

Low blow dude, funny, but low blow.

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