Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Getting to know yooouuuu



I have nothing against laundry lines. I use one myself, in the three weeks a year when it isn't raining here. But if my house were for sale, would I include a photo of my laundry line? I would not. Especially if it weren't even my line, but it was the neighbor's line. Or maybe it's a house down the street. I can't even tell what freakin' house this is supposed to be part of.

I wonder if the people in the house know it's for sale? This has "Surprise! You're evicted!" written all over it.

9 comments:

Callisto said...

Hmm well the listing does mention "Home is to be sold as is". I guess that means people, panties and all.

Stuart said...

Dead Grass and Undies ...

would be a great title for a Bluegrass album.

Not so much for a listing.


Did I miss much while away?

Andy Jukes said...

That was a bit nasty. I loved it.

Meg said...

Are those clothes laying on the ground? Classy.

Crazy Mo said...

Do you think they'll at least let them take the wash down before evicting them?? Or maybe it's a package deal and the wash comes with the house ...

Wife to 1, Mom to 5 said...

It does look like the wash is being protected inside a dog run... wonder who plays in the laundry line in their neighborhood!

marytexas said...

What an odd arrangement. I don't think I've ever seen a laundry line protected in a clothes run before.

hilltopper said...

is the clothes line in a dog run?

Kimber said...

I've looked at properties in this neighborhood before. It seems as though the neighbors don't trust each other. Nearly every house has this type of fencing at the property lines. It looks like mini-compounds all next to each other.