Monday, December 5, 2011

Reasons I Wish I Lived Within Driving Distance of Tower Bridge #47: The World's Largest Smurf


To promote the release of The Smurfs movie on DVD in the UK, the worlds largest inflatable Smurf visited Tower Bridge in London. I won't sully he moment with more words though, there's 40 ft. Smurf action to see.



Yeah, hi.



Here's my question: Doesn't making a giant one kind of defeat the point of Smurfs? Maybe I'm over thinking this. Focus on the giant blue thing TS, focus on the giant blue thing...



17 comments:

  1. Maybe it's the same line of thinking that created a two foot tall Stonehenge in This is Spinal Tap...

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  2. Okay, this is a clean blog, so I am not going to say what my gut reaction was.

    PG version-

    That is so cool and thank you ahead of time for the nightmares that I will be having tonight. That's Smurftastic!

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  3. Why couldn't it have been that hot hot Smurfette?

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  4. Those cold, staring eyes. The first person he actually gets alone under the cover of darkness...you know he's going to smurf the hell out of them.

    Don't go TS! It's what he wants.

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  5. I think that would be my #1 reason to visit the Tower Bridge. You don't get to see a giant Smurf every day. The bridge will always be there. lol

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  6. If you venture out to the bridge at this time of the year....you wouldn't need a giant smurf to bog you down...your colossal jacket would do the job better...he is kinda attractive.....Gosh, what happened to my taste in men/smurfs?

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  7. P.S I am following your blog through my other a/c too...yes, yes, I get it, it's cheating but u have been in the late 20's for too long...time to explore the 30's err 300+. :)

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  8. I swear on my dark soul, this is the last comment for today...over from Alex's blog...actually I nominated you for the Gold movie 411 award and sent the link...sorry if they got it wrong.
    A way for saying thanks for introducing me to awesome blogger friends like you.....I met (can there be online meetings?) you on Twitter two years back....oh man, time flies when u r having fun.... :)

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  9. @Rek, The more profiles you follow with, the merrier. haha. Thanks for the nomination. I assure you, it's been a pleasure having you for an online friend. You have a very different sense of humor that appeals to me.

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  10. Smurfaroo! That is one big smurf!

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  11. I am your 300th follower! congrats!

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  12. Think of all the little old British ladies who'd need glasses to see the Smurfs if they didn't make this gigantor one :)

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  13. I agree with you...smurfs are all about the smallness and this GIGANTOR smurf flys in the face of their mighty blueness.

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  14. @Danjor21, Cheers! Thanks for the follow. I will try not to disappoint. Though no guarantees. lol

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  15. I also see an 800 lb gorilla in the room. :) hey, made you blog of the week for the week.

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  16. giant smurf.
    an oxymoron in itself :p

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  17. I hate all smurfs large and small. If I happened upon this giant, I'd have to find something sharp and deflate him into a pile of blue.

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