Saturday, January 10, 2009

Don't hurt me


A treadmill! A trampoline! A... a... an arm pully thing-a-ma-jig! I would say something mean, but I'm afraid the homeowners could kick my ass. Please don't hurt me. Go hurt Amy, she's the one who found your listing. Sorry Amy.

14 comments:

Emily said...

What an odd collection of random furniture.

Meg said...

From the listing: "Status: Active"

Jeesh! I should say so what with the trampoline in the dining room, the bowflex and the treadmill. I'm afraid I'm not active enough to buy this house!

I think I need to find a listing with a few more recliners.

T said...

and a foot spa too! With all that walking they must need a good relaxing soak while they sit in a recliner... or eight.

Linnee said...

Homeowners might have used a vacuum cleaner for a little exercise...

The Office Scribe said...

But at least when you are getting your arse kicked it will be by clean feet since in the last picture there is a GIANT box that says "foot spa" on it.

I ♥ North Idaho said...

With all that running, jumping and flexing, they sure must enjoy their foot spa!

Amy said...

Did you notice the person sitting in the chair in the first photo? Legs and arm are showing! My favorite is the foot spa box though. They are buff, but have very soft feet.

Trudi said...

I love your site!!! (But you did just through Amy under the bus, lol)

Juror #8 said...

I like the faux fireplace sitting in front of the real one. Nice.

Becs said...

Gah! My eyes! I looked at the kitchen floor! I looked at the exterior! Augh!

Anonymous said...

I think the exercise equipment may be a result of the fancy scale in the bathroom! I'd be more inclined to workout if I weighed myself every time I gave the babies a bath too.

Also- Are my eyes playing trick on me or are there three refrigerators in the kitchen? (two on the back wall and one to the left)

Anonymous said...

When I sold my first house, the agent made me scrub the ceiling fans and the linen closet before I listed it...... and I am NOT a poor housekeeper. She explained to me that the cleaner a house is, the more $ you can expect from it. She also made me repaint my blue kitchen to something more modern (Hey, it was the early '90s.) Anyway, my point is, how on Earth do people expect to sell houses that look this bad? Are they inexcusably lazy or did I have the real estate nazi listing my house?

George said...

But wait, there's more! You get the house! You get the treadmill! You get the foot spa, the trampoline and the exercise stringie thingie! And if you order now, we'll also throw in the stationary bike just behind the round table!... Operators are standing by.

Patricia said...

Why oh why would you include a picture of your attic full of crap? Can't you just specify in the listing that the attic has plenty of storage?