Feb 14 2011Brrrrrrr, It's Colder Than Skeletor's Nips In Here!: Castle Graygloo Built In New York

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This is a Castle Grayskull igloo built in Brooklyn, NY by artist Kilroy III and some of his friends. As you can see, it's pretty f***ing awesome. Well, provided you can get past how it looks like it was designed to fit 400 of Frosty's wieners in its mouth. Other than that though, totally sweet.

Hit the jump for several more shots of Castle Graygloo and its glowing mouth in the dark.

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Snowmageddon Spawns Castle Grayskull by Kilroy III & Friends [carbon-fibre] (with a bunch more pictures of the build and final result)
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Behold Castle Grayskull! [bedstuyblog]

Thanks to R-Man Rambo, who tried jump-kicking a hole through the top but ended up breaking his leg. WTF MAN, WHERE WERE YOUR RAMBO GUNS?!

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Reader Comments

that's awesome

Legit

FAK

would eat a hot can of beans in there

I'd throw a molotov cocktail at it. SKELETOR FOREVA

look a nice spot to start a fire

Needs more lesbian sex

this is also helping keep the homeless sheltered this winter...way to go New York!!!

nice O face

Wow, small world: earlier this month, my friends and I built a six-foot tall snow penis! I'm not even kidding!

Reminds me my Mom's a-hole, I mean a really big skull.

Need Facebook share link.

@10
My snow penis was over 9 feet tall.

wow that f***ing cool i man a snowman over here in Kentucky and it was over 7 ft my fingers were purple when i finally went inside with my friends to sit next to the fire and drink some hot chocolate (yes i know sounds gay but come on, i am gay so fuck you if you don't like it =P)

i meant made after i said I

mofg! i hate fucking typos!!! >_< fuck my life

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