The Auburn Walmart pole that drivers have smacked hard into more times than we can count is a thing of Maine legend. It's right up there with Paul Bunyan. There should be a giant statute of the Auburn Wall Mart pole erected in the city to pay homage to those that have squared off against the pole and lost very badly.

Christopher Norris
Christopher Norris
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Whenever someone hits the pole, you're bound to see a picture on social media within minutes. Luckily no one has been injured when colliding with the pole. The only thing hurt is their pride. They will suffer from a few weeks of embarrassment and then several weeks of tears when they get their bill from the body shop.

The fascination with the Walmart Pole is not lost on an Auburn artist who has designed a set of stickers to pay homage to the pole that has destroyed countless cars.

Jason Alexander, not the guy from Seinfeld, has created these stickers that would be perfect to put in the back window of your car, to let others know that you are a fan(?) of the Walmart Pole.

Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
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The four designs are for sale through Jason's FogBreaker Studios Ko-fi store. There are two traditional black and white oval stickers available.

Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
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And two rectangular stickers, all featuring his artistic rendition of the pole.

Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
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You can buy any one of them for $4 with free shipping or you can buy all four for $12. I'm no math genius, but that works out to a buy 3 get one free deal.

Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
Jason Alexander - FogBreaker Studios
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I'm not one to typically buy stickers for my car, but this is really tempting. Hit the link to get yours now, and watch out for that pole! The last thing you want to do is hit it with one of these in your back window.

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