Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Rorschach house


What do you see in the top picture? A butterfly? Interesting, interesting... and in the bottom picture, what's that? Oh, no reason, I'm just curious...

(Found by Cindy.)

12 comments:

mudslicker said...

Why those are CLEARLY four separate photos...see how the chimney is on that one side and then on the other side (these are technical architectural terms so I apologize if I'm confusing anyone)?

And the window is on the one side and then on the other side (again, more technical terms) in those lovely vanilla Escher bedrooms?

To further back up my theory, they are clearly titled Photo 1 - Photo 4.

I believe this house is listed with Matter & Anti-Matter Realty.

Sue T. said...

It's a duplex. If you've seen one duplex, you've seen them.... oh, never mind...

What I want to know is how they moved the sun so quickly so it shines down at exactly the same angle in both sets of photos. NASA would like to know that, too. In fact there are men in black with sunglasses, badges and odd weapons showing up at the realtors' offices right now...

Mid-C Frank said...

Perfect for the bi-polar!

Lulu LaBonne said...

I think it's important to see a mirror-view of a property

BTW
It's been so great to catch up with Chair's adventures, The mug's nice but will there be a book?

Anonymous said...

Quite right, Lulu. You would hate to back into your driveway and not be able to find your house. And you need to check out your home's iuhS gneF.

Alissa said...

I remember reading once that certain Mormons built homes that were exactly identical on both sides so that neither wife would feel slighted. Obviously, this is a Mormon house.

Melissa ~ Wife to 1, Mom to 5 said...

Well if you don't like how it looks, just flip it. I can not tell you how many times a client has rejected a house because the sun faces the wrong way (technically, the house does, but you know what I mean.) I'd love THIS skill to just, flip it!

Anonymous said...

Math problem for the Real Estate Agent (from the engineer):

If you have two 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom homes and one person buys both homes, how many bathrooms does the buyer end up with???

"3 full baths you say, back to school with you!"

I am not so impressed with the agent, but I do want to marry the gardener. Their work is so perfectly symmetrical it is any engineers dream come true!!!

Stuart said...

Three bathrooms? Guess that's two half-baths, add together with two full baths, carry the one, and ... hey! Three! Cool! (high-fives all around)

These are separate dwellings, but one of them comes from an evil parallel universe. If you look closely, you'll see it has a goatee.

Gamzulatov said...

Its like Freud said "Sometimes a chimney is just a chimney"

blake said...

This gives me a great idea.
I'm going to try and sublet my studio apartment as a 2 bed/2bath.

Anonymous said...

hUMMM, what I really wonder is the shading on the bushes in the front yard are trimmed just so it looks like ... yep.. I thought so!