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NAKED NUDE RUDE BOY MODEL JOKE STATUE FAKE TURD POO TOY FIGURE

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  • NEW FUNNY JOKE ORNAMENT
  • SIZE: 12CM HEIGHT APPROX
  • SOFT AND SQUASHABLE

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ASINB00B49DEY0
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Date First Available22 Jan. 2013
  
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NEW FUNNY JOKE ORNAMENT


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Although not widely known outside of Spain, the "caganer" (a statuette of a person defecating) is a traditional Catalan addition to the standard nativity scene. Although it has pervaded in the local culture to this day, the origins are a mystery and nobody knows exactly what, if anything, it is supposed to symbolise or how it first came into popularity. Recently, it has become common to produce models of celebrities ranging from Pope Francis and Prince Charles, to the classical cellist Pablo Casals. It is so strongly ingrained in Spanish culture that its omission in one city recently provoked such furious public outrage that they had no choice but to reinstate a loose-bowelled character to the stable.

Anyway, I don't know for sure whether this particular item was specifically designed as a festive ornament, or if the manufacturers simply came to the unrelated decision that a figurine of a defecating child might have independent appeal to the discerning mantlepiece owner. Either way, I thought it would be a lovely way to bring some seasonal cheer into the Redhart household. As soon as it arrived, I took it out of the wrapper and placed it in prime location over the top of our fireplace. Unfortunately, my wife had different ideas, and hollered at me that my actions would "ruin Christmas for everybody". Needless to say I was forced to acquiesce and pack it away, lest I face the consequences of her notorious wrath. Fair enough though, I suppose. Some people are just ultra-traditional when it comes to matters of Christmas. Anyway, that was back in October. Now that it's December, there's no longer any danger of cheapening the festive period by having brought out the best decorations prematurely. With the advent period having begun, Doreen suggested that we pop it on top of the tree, in order to to get celebrations in full swing!
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