Oven? What oven?Found by Whitney, who points out that "the listing remarks say that the gas bill is less than $10.00 a month -- BECAUSE YOU CAN'T USE THE OVEN."
For a second there, I thought the garbage can in the kitchen was a toilet. Maybe that's the plan. Tactical misdirection.
Now to be fair, that looks to be a rolling kitchen cart... see the towel rack on the side that's facing the oven?
It's a butchers block. So you just have to, er, move the bin, then move the stuff balanced on top, then pull the block out, then do a little dance with it on the kitchen floor to get it on the other side of you, then Voila! Oven. What could be more convenient?
Nice to see my mothers twin sized bedsheet couch covers went to good use after I burned them. Um, there are more obcessive compulsive couch folks in CA? Who knew?
Wait! Wait! I see it - it's jammed behind the cupbard with a toilet sitting in front of it. Thanks but no thanks on the cookies. No, no, don't get up! I'll just see myself out.
It's actually billed as a double oven. Doubly unusable?
I once installed a towel bar on my cabinet that inadvertently blocked the oven from opening. Yeah... that was about fifteen years ago, and I still feel dumb when I remember doing that. I have to say, though, I am feeling so much better about myself right now! Thanks! :)
Personally, I like the TV stand made out of an actual TV.Brilliant!
That is a rolling kitchen cart, I have one exactly like it.
What's up with the toilet?? Looks like it's a pay toilet - you have to swipe your credit card before the lid will go up.
Sure it's a rolling kitchen cart, but there's not really anywhere else to put it should you have the urge to enjoy some brownies. I mean, you could put it in front of the...no, that won't work. Or maybe slightly to the...er...I also surely do enjoy the newfangled toiled seat placed atop the oldfangled toilet. Doesn't quite fit, does it? Ew.
I had a tiny kitchen once where the open oven door came within an inch of the opposite wall. You had to stand to one side. Same thing with the fridge.
My cousin once rented a house without an oven. I think the landlord took it out because tenants' burning down your house is a real concern when you're renting to the type of people who can only pay $100/month in rent.
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