Buying this skull chair is a major commitment to your summertime backyard decor because, obviously, the only pool worthy of these deck chairs is a pool of blood. But with blood prices soaring through the roof, with some sellers charging as much as $220 dollars for a single unit, filling a standard 21,000 gallon pool is going to cost you exponentially more than you intended to spend on your patio furniture upgrade.
So the real question is, while this chair is a striking and memorable statement piece, is it really worth the time, effort and money it takes to legally procure enough blood units to create an O negative oasis? No, no it’s not. Moving on… how do you feel about draining a few dozen hobos?