Saturday, December 27, 2008

Well, that's a good sign


I'm sure there are good reasons for having a witch's hat (or, as some people call them, a safety cone) in the kitchen of the house you're trying to sell. Like... the kitchen is so FULL OF RADNESS that someone might walk in and be all WOAH and jump back and fall and hurt themselves, just because of the awesomeness of it all.

That must be it.

9 comments:

Jodi said...

I think the hat is there to make sure that no one goes into the cabinet with the partially opened door. I'm pretty sure there's a rat holocaust in there.

Chantellebr said...

Maybe they didn't want anyone to step on the doggie poopie, so they covered it up. That was so thoughtful!

Joanie6726 said...

I want to know why the toilet is sealed shut.

bikergeek said...

Sealing the toilet shut is actually fairly common in homes where the water has been shut off, for what I trust are obvious reasons.

ege said...

I want to know why (and how) the hat lights up.

Anonymous said...

Actaully, I think the danger cone in front of a slightly ajar cabinet is a marketing tool.
I see this set up / lead, ALL the time in porno films set in real estate listings from Tacoma.
Go figure...the sultry music is missing though.

leftyfro said...

You know, I could see an excellent design scheme for a kitchen around the traffic cone. Why just the cone when the whole space can scream CAUTION!

philosimphy said...

Those traffic cones are called "Pylons"...

The more you know...

Anonymous said...

i believe the cone is there strictly for scale..."see, the cabinets are "this" high.." or perhaps it's that Travelocity gnome who fell thru the floor while wearing a particularly flourescent hat that day...