Did you know that a gargoyle isn't a gargoyle if it doesn't divert rainwater from a roof?
That's right, "gargoyle" is a specific architectural term that refers to a protruding gutter.
So even though decorative, stylized stone animal carvings are fairly common, they're known simply as "grotesques" if they don't have a spout and aren't affixed to a building!
In fact, the Dutch word for gargoyle is "waterspuwer," which means "water spitter" or "water vomiter." In our opinion, that's grotesque!
So now that you know what makes a gargoyle a gargoyle, don't delay -- order Gargoyle Side Tear Checks and matching address labels today!
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