Saturday, February 14, 2009

Poor Trin. Or maybe Tkin.


Hey, Trin? There's something someone wanted you to know, but was too shy to tell you in person so instead he wrote it on a wall, listed the house for sale, made sure Cathy would find it and send it to me, and hoped you would see it here.

Sorry, Trin. That's a tough way to find out. And on St. Valentine's Day, too.

11 comments:

Julie said...

Wow. The home has "freeze damage". I had no idea that's how that happened! Out here in the west we call it vandalism. The boarded up window, the broken stair banister, the graffiti. But maybe that was all caused by the fridge... with the doors broken off!

Lady Oblada said...

There can only be so many people with that name in Saint Paul, MN. Poor Trin.

Every week I check out the listings for Detroit. It boggles my mind that entire city blocks can be bought for less than a grand. On the plus side, that city's downward spiral offers a wealth of material for this blog.

kalurah said...

YAY!!! First to comment!

I must tell you, I stumbled upon your hilarious blog last year. I LOVE it! If I am having a horrific day, I simply visit your blog. It instantly brings a smile to my face.

Your humor and wit blows me away.
Keep up the good work, girl.
What would we do without such gloriously bad realty listings!???!!

Dani said...

Mabey that sais "Pick" like "pick of the litter"....I gues that's not much better.

Anonymous said...

Well at least Trin knows who to talk to about this, and set it all straight. Evidently the culprit is named Freeze. The listing does say it has "Freeze" damage.

Jewels said...

Really, how much can a can of primer really cost?

Anonymous said...

Wow and the price it got too! Heck I paid a lot less for my house in great condition with lots of land. Guess it was the neighborhood that got that price.

Trinity said...

...funnily enough, "Trin" is my nickname.

I don't live in Minnesota, however, so I don't believe this one was referring to me.

Still, um, ouch. ;)

Charlotte said...

someone should submit this to passiveaggressivenotes.com!

Glory von Hathor said...

That's a potentially very damaging frieze.

Don't cry Trin, I'm sure your Mommy still loves you.

Tony Paul said...

Could be "Thin" and should be read "thin as a D***" or maybe "Thin is a Ac(ruined ampersand)(two musical notes). Can become very cryptic. Maybe its inverted and his name is D***, and it should be "D*** is a thin (sth)"?

OK I'll shut up now...