Man plants hilarious, fake Black Friday sale signs at Target

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Millions of shoppers are expected to take advantage of Thanksgiving-weekend deals online or in stores this year.

Photoshop whiz, Jeff Wysaski, went the extra mile to add some extra, and fake Black Friday deals to the walls of his local Target.

His advertisements featured sections titled, "gifts they'll only use once" and "hot gifts for centaurs."

One of the "doorbuster" deals offered a tent with an angry opossum in it for just $24.99.

Last, but not least, the ad said that customers who spent $75 or more could get a free falcon. It also included a list of suggested falcon names. Check out the ad here:

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