Garden Spicer


Lisa Kadonaga, a geography professor at University of Victoria in Victoria B.C. thought her friends would get a kick out of “Garden Spicer”. She found a Spicer headshot, blew it up, cut it out, stuck it in shrubbery outside a local bank, snapped a photo and shared it with Facebook friends. Kadonaga’s joke, sparked by reports of Spicer meeting reporters at night in shadows of bushes outside the White House soon became a phenomenon.

Within hours, Twitter, Facebook and media shares prompted Kadonaga to upload it to Dropbox – a move that temporarily crashed the photo sharing site.

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A link to creating your own Garden Spicer – https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10210450613033887&set=pcb.10210450624714179&type=3&theater

A Facebook user has made Sean Spicer lawn ornaments you can put in your bushes.

(Lisa Kadonaga/Facebook)

Who needs lawn gnomes when you have Spicer ornaments?A Facebook post has emerged in which a user created the “Garden Spicer,” a parody of the startling event which took place at the White House earlier this week with Press Secretary Sean Spicer.The Trump surrogate reportedly took refuge in bushesfollowing an interview on Fox Business after the James Comey firing.Facebook user Lisa Kadonaga wrote: “Here’s something I made this afternoon. Now you too can have the White House press secretary in — or rather ‘among’ — the bushes in your yard.”Her post shows four photos of Spicer cutouts that can be placed anywhere “among” the bushes.Sean Spicer reportedly hid in bushes after Comey firingWhat’s next? Sounds of careful deliberation?

Maybe a motion sensor triggering a recording on Garden Spicer: “Turn the lights off!”

Kadonaga’s post continues, reading: “And hey, if you’re concerned that when exposed to the outdoors, the image will run…no worries, that’s exactly what Sean Spicer does, so it’s totally authentic!”