Some Tributes will go to great lengths to declare their devotion to "The Hunger Games." We've seen fans create hilarious "Hunger Games" comics, Beanie Babies re-enactments, and District 12-inspired video recipe tutorials, to name a few. Most recently, a loyal Tennessee "Hunger Games" devotee took it to another level, creating a giant Mockingjay symbol on his lawn to display his love for the movie and book series.
After Addison's 14-year-old granddaughter convinced him to go see the movie with her, he was hooked on the trilogy. After reading the books, he set about creating a large-scale grass Mockingjay, the fiction bird and symbol of rebellion. Addison explains that it was a challenging process requiring many steps and a great deal of planning.
"I had to get the grass growing up the right height to where I could cut it two or three different levels then plotted it out," he told WBIR-TV.
Thanks to his efforts, Addison's neighbors -- and every "HG" fan on the Internet -- can enjoy the impressive display. And he certainly gets our vote for Grandfather of the Year.
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