Saturday, August 16, 2008

Shh! Shhhhh!



Man, it's tough to play hide and seek when you're an armchair.

P.S. "This home is close to the Casino and COULD be in their growth path." But, you know, maybe it isn't. And is being in a casino's growth path really such a bad thing? I have no idea what a "growth path" is. Maybe it's something nice.

9 comments:

Meg said...

I'm shocked they didn't list the two swimming pools as a selling point. Two swimmin' holes! Now that's livin'.

MikeMacLeod said...

Living in a growth path COULD be a good thing. The Casino would want to buy your property so that they can expand - usually offering more than market value.

David said...

When they said the owners hired professionals, I was sure it was to attractively stage the place to impress the buyers.

It is indeed worthy of being bulldozed for casino expansion.

slycreations said...

Are you sure people lived here? Looks like pet food bowls and a pet water tank thing over by the recliners. Maybe each pet had it's own chair to curl up in??

a day in the life of bella said...

ROFL, that made me laugh so hard, yep, I did spot that chair straight away, tag, he's IT! ;)

Anonymous said...

Am I the only one that thinks picture 6 is showing a black bra hanging to dry on the patio?

Charlene said...

I wonder if the dirty dishes in the sink come with it?

BikerPuppy said...

Was there a sale on blue Lazy-Boy recliners?

BikerPuppy said...

@ mikemacleod:

"more than market value" is great, unless you're in a declining market, and the "more than market value" they pay you is way less than what you paid for it.