Farmer Bruce Andersland creates giant heart of poop for his wife
photo by Darren Schone, Minnesota Aviation
Nothing says "I Love You" like a half-mile wide heart made of poop. Yes, we just said it. Those lame roses on your desk look pretty pathetic now, don't they?
Bruce Andersland, who lives outside of Albert Lea, Minn., used cow manure to construct a giant heart only visible from the air. It's beautiful, really.
The heart is also pierced by a manure arrow. Andersland created the heart by driving his tractor and manure spreader around one of their fields.
More from the Albert Lea Tribune:
(His wife Beth) said it was the biggest and most original Valentine she has received in her life.
Bruce said he had the idea because the square-mile, snow-covered field seemed fitting for something.
"There's such a nice field there. I thought we could just do it for fun," he said.
Aw shucks. Happy Valentine's Day, folks.
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