Mmm, sorry, no. I was going to buy the house, but the dead fish are just too small.(Found by Dawn. If there are problems with the link, the MLS number is 68077.)
I'd buy it, just for the halibut.
Hahaha.This blog is great.I'll be subscribing!
I wonder if they caught the fish in that fabulous above ground pool?
just when I think I've seen it all... I have to wonder how long that pic will stay up!
I'd buy it, then claim fraud when the fish is not found!
This is one of the most hilarious blogs I've ever read! Thank you!
True story: My husband and I went to go through a house and sitting in the kitchen sink was a huge dead fish. We were fascinated that the homeowner would leave this out for an appointed showing, and that they would think this might sell a house. But maybe it worked because despite this large fish in the sink we bought the house. Then they tried to leave us their two dogs in the back yard, but that is another story.
I can't wait to show this to my mom.She's going to think it's the bomb.She is a real estate agentand she love to rantabout people who are totally clueless, such as these.
I clicked on "house" and a house came up. Is that for real? Wow, that is sure a good price for that home and that acreage. Nice blog.
So digging your blog. If I find I pic, do I just send it your way? Stepher
Just when I think people couldn't be any weirder, your blog continues to prove that we always, always, ALWAYS outdo ourselves...
fish now a days are getting smaller. global warming effect?
Oh my cod! This house is giving me a splitting haddock!
Hum, yep a bit small. Too bad.Wow you once again have me LMAO all alone at my computer. I always have loads of fun on your blog, keep up the good work!
eek. I hope those aren't from the pool, because the map seems to show there are no lakes around that house.
A fisherman will do ANYTHING to show off a good catch. And this photo tells me only one thing: When you buy this house, it's really going to smell like dead fish.T
Wow, great house. I was interested. I recinded my offer because I'm vegetarian and they insisted on selling the fish with it.
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