I can’t wait to see the look on Barbara’s face (next door but one) when she looks out of her back window and spots me sun-bathing next to a humongous dinosaur sprinkler. I know I said I don’t really care for garden accessories, but what can I say? I’m easily persuaded by Aldi’s bargains. I mean for £39.99, you really can’t say no.
Not only does it add a prehistoric edge to the garden, but at 6-feet tall with arms like a T-Rex I can imagine it looks even more intimidating in the dark, so no one will want to mess with you.
The water sprinkler is designed to cool everyone down, as the water spurts out of the dinosaurs nose (perfect for those extra hot days where the humidity is simply too high for humanity to function).
Describing the blow-up accessory online, the website wrote: “Add a ferocious twist to your summer garden parties with the addition of this Giant Inflatable Dinosaur Sprinkler.
“Take your summer game to the next level.
“As far as summer water toys go, this one isn’t only one of the biggest. It’s also one of the best.”
They also added: “You and your kids will spend hours outside enjoying water play on hot days. The blow-up, six feet tall sprinkler toy is easy to set up and super simple to use too.
“All you have to do is inflate, connect a hose and turn the water on.
“Great for birthday parties and heat waves, its not just a kids water sprinkler. Adults will love it too.”
Earlier this month, Aldi also released a giant inflatable unicorn sprinkler that went down a treat with customers, as it sold out online really quickly.
For only £39.99 from Aldi, you can buy your own awesome dinosaur inflatable sprinkler. I can’t get over it.
I can’t wait to buy mine!
Images via Aldi
Sophie Watson is a 19-year-old university student and blogger who uses her wit and good looks to get her articles published on The Hook. Though she has dreams of becoming a bestselling author of a book she’ll probably never write, it was clear being a journalist was the easier option. When not writing love letters to herself, Sophie spends her time thinking about pretty roses, long walks on the beach and every other cliché.Follow