Friday, August 1, 2008

No, gracias



Theresa found this "cute home" (as the listing says). How... cute?

17 comments:

Brian H said...

A charming bathroom with just a hint of Abu Ghraib.

JBERG said...

Wow! That floor looks like you could eat off of it! NOT!

Editor said...

Maybe "cute" has a different meaning in Thirdworldistan.

Hoppo Bumpo said...

Cute, because its small and furry maybe? Oh no, that's not fur ... its eeew, mould ...

Charlene said...

Someone's had a flood!

Choker said...

I love the way they have lifted the tired dessolate feel of the room by adding some colour to the place with that door, a real deal clincher.

RainbowMom said...

Actually.. it's pretty cute. lol I mean.. with a little creative elbow grease and an open mind and you can see 'cute' in there. Peace!

P.S. I found you on Bloggers Blogs of Note. :)

Kim said...

My house is currently up on the market, and my mother feels that our house looks terrible and no one could ever want it-- These pictures have greatly raised my self-esteem concerning that house! I no longer feel bad about things like four-year-old carpet! Thank you very much haha

Desi said...

I am so thankful for my own broken down rental. Pictures like this make me feel like I'm living in a castle. ^_^

Jim and Heather on Meerkat said...

Hey - for a bathroom in Mexico this is cute!
Great blog - makes us laugh everyday :)

Why S? said...

You know, the 'wet room' thing is very popular these days.

Amanda said...

You can't see the cute? It's a pink door! Pink is cute!

bl-Irony-bl said...

Paint th walls good as new haha

Sara said...

Hey, Clownpig -- I accidentally deleted your post (it came in the middle of a bunch of spam) and I can't get it back. Sorry. If you repost it, I'll be more careful.

bikerchick said...

That lovely tree is exactly the right height to hang yourself from. Which is what the new owner will surely do as soon as they realize their mistake!

janny226 said...

Hmm, having been to Merida, from what I remember it's actually pretty nice. I remember we switched hotels from one night to the next, and it was hot and humid so and it would be pretty hard to keep a place much nicer than this!

Mandy said...

MY GOD! It would be the perfect home to film a horror flick. What in the hell is crawling all over the walls? And that chair in photo 7! They mine as well have a decomposing cow in the living room. This home would be no more disgusting or scary.