"Pool? Vortex?" asks househunter Amanda. Me, I'm just surprised that you can still get film for Polaroid Square Shooters.
I wonder how much real estate goes for in the Emerald City these days?
No no no.That's the cess pool.
Wow! Fully functional mosquito farm!
How does it go,"Once I knew a [something] girl named Elsie, with whom I shared 4 squalid rooms in Chelsea..." Maybe this was one of their rooms.
that remind me of those creepy, yet, cheesy 70's haunted house movies.
You don't particularly want to go to Chelsea at all. Consider that it borders Boston where the housing prices rival San Francisco and New York City but the price is lower than what you'd spend on a mobile home 30 miles outside Greater Boston.
Despite that squalid pool, that's a really kick-ass house for that price.I'm guessing that's one HORRID part of town...
Oi, I just had a flashback to a horrible recurring nightmare as a child. This blog is hilarious, I love it.
ever seen the movie Dark Water?
It's like swimming in a tar pit. And then in one billion years they'll find our fossilized remains and say we were giants with walnut sized brains. T
Reminds me of one of the AmityVille Horror movies for some reason.. Yikes
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