Give Your Lawn The Griswold Treatment With This Inflatable 'Christmas Vacation' RV

If you haven't seen the classic 1989 holiday movie National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, I'd ask that you stop what you're doing right now and go watch it. I don't care that it's November. This is for your own good.

Done? Excellent.

Remember that scene where cousin Eddie rolls up to the Griswold's house in a dirty, beat-up RV, complete with a festive Christmas wreath and a toilet that requires frequent emptying when it gets full? Well, now you can put that exact same RV on your own lawn for the entire holiday season!

This giant inflatable RV is so realistic you'll wake up expecting to see cousin Eddie standing outside with his bathrobe on and a cigar between his teeth.

Home Depot

This four-foot-tall lawn decoration comes courtesy of the Home Depot and has everything, from fake mud and rust spots to Eddie's trusty sewer drain hose ready to empty the s***er.

And just in case you don't think it's festive enough to count as a Christmas decoration, there are some faux lights strung around the top and a few wreaths to let all your neighbors know this thing is here for the holidays. Just like Eddie!

It's also a total cinch to set up — simply plug it in and watch your classy RV come to life!

Home Depot

According to the product page, this RV will help "ensure your holiday scene makes a statement."

"This 4-ft Christmas inflatable van is festive and colorful, sure to capture the attention of any passerby this season."

How will it do that? Well, it's powered by energy-efficient LEDs so it'll definitely catch plenty of eyes as it glows on your front lawn this Christmas!

The RV retails for $199 which definitely feels like a small price to pay for all the joy and attention it will bring you.

Think of the photo opportunities! The laughs! The endless National Lampoon quotes! You could even give it to someone you love because this is definitely the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.

Order your very own RV through the Home Depot website so you can get in the Christmas spirit Griswold style!

But in the words of Cousin Eddie himself, "don't you go falling in love with it now, because we're taking it with us when we leave here next month."

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