Come on, buddy. Back in the wall. No need to cause a fuss.(Found by Cathy in NY.)
Just saw the exterior pics. That lake must have some REEAALLY high tides.
Good thing they didn't show the opposite wall, the one with all the deer butts.
Thanks for the nightmares. This one's gonna haunt me for a while.
Legs? Are you serious? Who the McF**k mounts the entire front half of the deer? Honestly!Good Lord, that's disturbing. (Like all the heads aren't)
OMG ... how long does it take to climb up to the "loft". Is that the 'deer blind' to go hunting from? Obviously they don't leave anything to waste as there are antler light fixtures in the bathroom.
For some reason, this one reminds me of the Masters of Horror episode with Meatloaf and the revenge exacted by the animals he skinned. Just don't turn the lights out cause Mama Bambi might just stomp you to death!Did these people have to put every meal with eyeballs up on the wall as if they would forget what it looked like? Save the broccoli for once man! Can a zucchini not glean some glory in a prominant spot above the mantle too? Can a leak not soar like the eagles and be stuffed like one in its prime?Okay, I'm going to TIVO Bassmasters and Veggie Tales now...
I am truly sorry, in advance, to all those Mississippians out there who may be offended, but, well, that explains everything.
Whoa... it's the adult version of the 'tree house'... and poor Bambi... good heavens...!
It's the bald dude Lost's dream pad!
My husband wonders who is pulling the guy on waterskis? A helicopter???
Melissa, maybe someone is standing on the deck of that house, reeling in the water skier like a prize bass. Of course, that makes me live in terror of the trophy room that isn't featured!Jeez, it was built in 2001, so they were going for that horrid color, seemingly windowless exterior? Why, why? Why am I even asking? They stuffed a full front half of a deer, probably because they realized the endless array of deer heads was getting sort of monotonous? Also, yippy. That bunk bed room looks like survivalist sleep away camp. Eek.
Why am I not surprised that this is in Mississippi? (Disclaimer: I'm from Mississippi.)
And yes, that appears to be an extremely pimped-out deer camp, which explains the choice in decor. Not that it's any better, but it is at least forgivable considering it's out in the woods.
Isn't this the house where the black Nike-wearing cultists hung out waiting for the Halle-Bopp comet to pass so they could enjoy their poisoned applesauce? I swear it's the same place. But HEY! They have an industrial sized can of Lysol in the bathroom to clean up after all those pesky deaths. ::shivers::
The other living room shot (you know, the one looking into the kitchen which actually looks nice and cozy) must've been done from the view of the last Bambi on the right.
Six beds in one room? Can you say "compound"?
I think this house is owned by a guy named Woody.Also, @Anonymous: Survivalist sleep away camp, BWA! Exactly what I thought.
That thing on the television looks like the family cat dispatching the family parakeet. It must run in the family.
I don't mind the heads, I know enough hunters to understand that part. But the legs?! That's just freaky! What were they thinking?!
I just can't get over this one. I could never stand the endless glare of the eyes of something(s) that I killed, hanging on the wall looking down on me and seemingly asking... "Why? Why did you shoot me? Whyyyy?"*shushes the voices in my head*
I am hiding this post from my husband or we may end up with a retreat in Mississippi.
My boyfriend's father has a number of mounted heads hanging on the walls in the great room at their farmhouse. I don't recall offhand how many mounted heads it has, but the room is bigger than my whole apartment, so they don't jump out at you quite so much. On the other hand, the density of animal heads in this picture easily pushes this house into the "very creepy" range.
When we were looking for a house here, I saw a listing just like this. Only the walls were red. And it was a bedroom.
Those deer just want to watch TV. Why couldn't the owner have been more thoughtful and mounted them on the other side of the room so they don't have to strain to see their shows?
Anyone who is amazed at the pic of six beds in one room hasn't priced beach rentals lately. I've seen 2BR rentals advertised that claim to sleep up to 12 people. This is all too common at the beaches along the Atlantic seaboard.(I still wouldn't stay in a place with that many deer heads in it, though.)
There's no ambiguity about it, it's a deer camp, not survivalist camp, for certain. Beyond the trophy mounts and many bunks, did no one see the prominently displayed Lysol can in the bathroom? That's the MOST important fixture of a deer camp. Guys getting away from home and wife's healthy cooking, eating whatever they want, drinking too much beer (Check out the lyrics to "The Second Week of Deer Camp") and paying for it in spades a few hours later?
In one of these, there actually looked to have elephant tusks coming out of the top left hand side of the photo: They obviously got bored of killing poor Bambi and have now moved on to Dumbo.::shudder!::
Nobody has yet commented on the ...cat?... on top of the TV. How dissatisfying, to spend eternity almost catching your prey.
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