Aw, look! They left you a little "Welcome to your new home" note.
The note is such a nice touch. For me, the welcoming blanket of purple would be enough.
I like the description. "Big back yard located in a convenient place." What?
Now, is it "Git out!" as in "No ignorant gits allowed" or "The gits who used to own this home are now out of it"?
Ha! I thought that was a little girl's room, but the whole house appears to be purple. I also like the "backyard located in a convenient place" ... what, like outdoors?
I don't know what I like more, the beautiful easter egg purple walls with the hand drawn artwork, the backyard of death or the moldy walls in picture #5. Hmmmmmm, it's all so good. :)
They should have written "PAINT ME".
"Don't let the outside fool ya!" Ok--how about the inside then?
The backyard is conveniently located ... in the back. Just so's you don't waste time looking for it.
That is some mighty powerful purple paint -- much stronger than its weak, mold-susceptible white cousin!
Anonymous (no, the other Anonymous) - You know the old saying, "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, and ... I'm a fool for the city."[noneface]
Looking at the scrawl on the bthroom door reveals this place is in a gang-infested area.But don't worry...IT'S A BARGAIN!
Stuart, you're wrong on the quote. It's actually, "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, what a fool believes."
How cute, they're starting the house taggers younger and younger.
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