Too good not to share… the finale.

 

Crazy real estate agent’s photos part 3, and let’s start it off with a bang.

Or a boom as the case may be..

 

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There’s so much wrong with this I don’t even know where to start. Aside from the obvious WTF factor…. this guy looks like he’s getting ready to goose you. Why are his hands open wide? Why do you have to reach into his chest to flush? And considering what he must see everyday… why  the hell is he smiling?

 

 

Wow.

 

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Someone clearly had too much time… and acrylic paint… on their hands.

 

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Just your normal bathroom/dining room combo…

 

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And bathroom/kitchen combo….

 

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And bathroom/bedroom combo.

 

 

Porches.

 

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Not just for outside anymore.

 

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When you live in the city… but your wife really wants a cow.

 

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Because sun shade awnings are stylish anywhere.

 

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Proof positive there is such a thing as too much togetherness.

Truly.

 

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I’m not sure what’s more disturbing about this bizarre bathtub… the fact that it’s covered in carpet?

That it has 4 decorative poles?

Or that it appears to have an electric heater installed on the side?

 

 

 

I don’t know.

I really don’t.

37 thoughts on “Too good not to share… the finale.”

  1. I think that man toilet would have me going outside in the yard … I wouldn’t be able to even brush my teeth at the sink with that hideous thing leering at me.
    The porch thing sort of makes sense if you are trying to redirect the traffic flow through a room. One house I lived in had a passage door in every wall, and a closet door in two walls. If you moved all the furniture to the center of the room, it was too crowded. Move it to the edge, and you couldn’t get through the room.
    Once in my long checkered past I did live in a rustic area that had a two-holer. I think people were a bit less squeamish prior to the invention of flush toilets. But in our family, even with a two-holer, it was occupied by one person at a time.

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      1. The lingerie section was always in color on enameled paper … a bit too stiff for the job at hand, so the b&w pages got used up first. But that gave me my first introduction to the mysteries of female anatomy.
        It was a good thing they sent out two catalogs a year …

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  2. Yes, the man-shaped toilet is disturbing… but, oddly enough, not as disturbing as the bed next to the bathtub or the two toilets side by side. I guess if you held the sports page up in front of you, you could get some privacy…

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  3. I LOVE this series! Love it!
    I cannot even! Omaword!
    Although, I gotta tell ya, I like the cabinet facing and drawers, but that’s where it should stop. I’ve got a friend with the paint paint all on hers, but the rest of the kitchen is bland and it’s totally cute. Because some people know when to stop…

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