Skitter. Skitter skitter. Skitter skitter skitter skitter. Skitter!
Wow. You could wrap yourself in t*t-tape, then lie on the carpet and make filth angels.I've just taken a look at the rest of the pics, and their soap is dirty. How?
"...And the one speck of food The he left in the house Was a crumb that was even too small for a mouse."I find myself reciting from Dr. Seuss as I look at this dirty carpet.
yucky.. how hard is it to replace carpet???
Not just the carpet momof2gr8kids, don't they have a vacuum?
Well, the kitchen looks clean. Are these two rooms in the same house? And who picked the colors?!
It's a bit of a hike from the curb to the door... And there is an ancient sort of Franklin stove stuffed into a quite recent looking fireplace... I guess they'd rather have CO2 than hot...Is that counter in the bath for a changing table? Hubby responds: "Change it into what?"Maybe Lily Tomlin is The Incredible Shrinking Agent from the other house... Or there was this mushroom that she was eating from, to guess from that one pic of the view from the bathroom.... "Eat me" "Drink me"..The kitchen really isn't too terrible, but if that green thing is the 'garage'...
I, for one, enjoy the Large Kitchen (capitalized for importance) with its very own lazy susan and fridg. Because if you're too lazy to reach for the salt, you're also too lazy to put an "e" at the end of "fridg".
Purple walls and yellow carpeting. That's ... wow.
How about the dirty bathroom sink with a wet washcloth piled in the corner.
Who calls their own bathroom a "restroom"? Isn't that term reserved for public facilities? "Lots of counter space in the restroom?" Well, sign me up! That's the place for me!
Yeah, this agent is apparently stingy with the 'e's: "This Home Perched up above the road has easy access using the ally." Yep, an ally is good for helping you get access to your house. And seriously, "Restroom"?? Bizarre.
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