Farmer's Prince tribute is a massive 'love symbol' crop circle
There are lots of ways to process your Prince grief. If you're an artist, you paint. If you're Drake, you post NSFW photos. If you're a farmer, you hop on your tractor and plow a massive "Love Symbol" into your cornfield.
As the Grand Forks Heraldreports, Gene Hanson, a 75-year-old farmer from Edgeley, North Dakota, did just that.
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With only a print-out illustration to work off, Hanson plowed the crop circle himself. He photographed the final result from his airplane.
"I couldn't believe it myself that it turned out so well," he told the Grand Forks Herald. "I was probably the most surprised. This one just happened to turn out first try."
Chances of purple rain in Edgeley, North Dakota just jumped 50 percent.
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