Friday, January 16, 2009

✡! (whee I'm playing with Unicode)


I suppose I'm cheating by including this photo from a listing Matt found. I don't think it's really the Realtor's fault. I mean, there's a big frikkin' Star of David on the living room floor. What are you going to do? Not take a photo of it?

14 comments:

Karen said...

"A lot of dedication to spruce this one up" - I love that line. Makes you just want to go aww and hug the house or something.

Holly said...

three words of advice: strategically placed rug

Dani said...

Ya know it's not the star itself that bothers me. It's the fact that it's off center. If I bought that house it would be like a perpetually crooked picture frame and drive me up the wall.

T said...

probably better to include the photo... after all, if there'd been a large rug there and THEN I'd gone to visit the property I might have been a little miffed... unless of course I happened to be a different religion - in which case I might have been pleasantly surprised...

Batteris said...

Better than a big pentagram and a couple of blood staines?

GaryM said...

Wow, and it's located just north of SeaTac airport! Sign me up, but you HAVE TO SPEAK LOUDER!!

PrincessLuceval said...

I think the house is shy. That's why it's hiding behind the concrete platform in the front.

sighquietly said...

it seems to be be saying "go ahead, photoshop morons, make my day!"

Anonymous said...

When I gave this a first quick glance I thought it was a pentagram etched into the floor!

The Mef Thing said...

@ Dani : I totally agree

Gamzulatov said...

Oy Vey

ShortWoman said...

Well, it was either put a picture in the listing or hope nobody notices the BIG HONKING STAR OF DAVID on the floor when they come see it. The house is clearly vacant, so just throwing a rug over it is going to do nothing more than say "Look, I am hiding something!" I hate to say it, but I would have been tempted to put that photo in myself.

It's still funny, and oy I am not even thinking of buying that house! Shalom.... or something.

Stuart said...

That's where they meet to summon the Jewish demon Beelzebubele.

Jodi said...

It looks like a Chinese checker board. Maybe they like to play using actual Chinese people as the pieces instead of marbles.