Monday, December 8, 2008

Oh! The Things You Can Do With Deer Butts

[Home Decor] If you thought a taxidermied deer butt was only good for beautifying the interior of your home, think again! It also makes a dandy doorbell frame:

I was idly Googling--trying to decide whether, at a Sound of Music sing-along this weekend, it would be more fun to dress up as a "doorbell," a "sleighbell" or "schnitzel with noodles." (I had pretty much made up my mind that "schnitzel" and "noodles" would likely constitute at least two separate costumes.) And then, I came across this. And I don't know what to think anymore.

(Brandon Burt)


  1. Please tell us which neighborhood you found this in. Downtown? East side? Glendale? Aves?

    I bet it was someplace like Magna or Riverton. ;)

  2. And here I thought I'd run out of Christmas gift ideas! Thanks, Brandon.

  3. It HAS to be Holly Mullen's house.

  4. This particular doorbell is not in downtown, the East side, Glendale, the Avenues, Magna, Riverton, or anywhere else in Utah.

    It is -- as you might expect -- tacked to a door in the Castro District of San Francisco.

  5. As the post said, I came across it in a Google image search for "doorbells." I don't know where in the world it was installed.

    Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Brandon B.


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