Interested in renting this townhouse Amber found? Then get there quick, before it's sucked away, away, away through the black hole....
Reminds me of a mathematical lecture I once saw, "Selling Real Estate in Hyperbolic Space."
I saw "Smart thinking" to whoever came up with the idea of using a car bumper rather than waste money on a wide-angle lens!
Gotta love these unmoderated Craigslist for creative license-- "super huge bedroom, huge bedroom, and average bedroom." Sounds like the perfect house for Goldilocks. But wait! Dogs okay (woof), cats okay (purr)... additional fees charged for pets--(hunh?!?)
Reminds me of that thing that came out of people's chest in Donnie Darko.So maybe this agent could explain the plot of the movie to me...
I'd better get there fast.. I'm 5'6" and I'll never be able to rent the one on the left!
I think there is a no-photos policy, or maybe they don't want the neighbors to know they are moving, so they had to pretend they were taking a photo of something else...
Just how close do they live to the oil refinery? "Honey! I've got a great idea for taking a photo of the townhouse. We'll use the reflection on the gas trucks that are constantly passing our home!"
I think the photo is very artistic
janny226: considering how close this house is to Fort Meade, that would have been my first guess too: some kind of no-photographing-the-houses policy.
I'm intrigued. Why would there be a no photography rule?
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