Friday, April 24, 2009

TGIF.


Hello. I'm so happy to see you. Please come in. Have some champagne. No, you can't sit down. It's not that sort of party. It's the other kind. Whee. Hurray.

15 comments:

Stuart said...

Great. First I have to deal with a Spaniard, then a giant, and now this. Buying a house never used to be this tough.

Scott said...

That room really needs some white PVC chairs.

Claire said...

Maybe Tall Vase of Flowers will give up his stepstool for a lady?

Marianna said...

Stagin gone awry...

Gamzulatov said...

"What you do not smell, is called Iocaine poison it is odorless, tasteless, dissolves quickly in liquid and is among the more deadly poisons known to man.

All right where is the poison? The battle of wits has begun. It ends when you decide and we both drink and find out who is right and who is dead."

Anonymous said...

Incontheivable!

Anonymous said...

doesnt it make you wonder why they staged the place at all? LOL I think it would have been better left undecorated. :)

The Mef Thing said...

Wow. Sad. That room is so depressing.

Chazya said...

I can picture a mob boss sitting there and one glass having poison.

Ms Unreliable said...

One chair, two glasses. You know what that means. One person must sit, the other must kneel.

Anonymous said...

Staging an end table as if it is a dining room table, complete with chair pulled up to it is the seller's equivalent of the dieting advice: Use smaller plates, and you'll trick yourself into believing your portion is bigger!

In reality, you'll still be hungry, and that room is still going to look tiny with an actual table in it. It's practically dwarfed by the chair as it is.

Washington is such an odd state. A "fixer" for nearly 400k with less than one thousand square feet. I guess you'll be fixing to have a half million dollar house when you're done, and it will still only be big enough for you, and your smallish cat.

Anonymous said...

It's usual in a large family gathering for the kids to be seating at the little table. However, in this family gathering there is only one kid. And three adults.

haikitay said...

I hope you like motorcycle noise. If you look at the map view the neighbors down the street have no lawn and a motorcycle course in there backyard. Nice.

mudslicker said...

With the myriad of flaws of these shots of Grandma's House of Charm, what stands out in my head is that the rug is orientated all wrong in this picture!

*make it stop...please*

kay zee said...

Bahahahahahahah