Monday, May 25, 2009

Windows Protection Error


Eh, it's just a window. Not very exciting.

What's that?

You want the window to be exciting?

Well: ta dah! Here you go. From another listing, for a house that's six kilometers (I speak Australian!) away:


Now, that's an exciting listing! Yeah! I'll buy it!


(Both listings found by Marsha.)

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kilometres. I otherwise love you.

Sara said...

Crap! Well, I try.

Angel said...

Aussies, Canucks... We love our extra vowels and fancy spellin's.

Tom Geller said...

It's the blue (mesh) screen of death!

fposte said...

Whoa, what's up? They're not even the same realtor, and it seems that it's the blue-screen house to which the picture really belongs, since the kitchen picture shows the same chairs. Which means that the first property is selling itself with only an outside-taken picture of a brick wall and some window.

jenjen said...

Excellent title for this post btw. Windows protection error ha. Could also be the blue screen of death.

Glory von Hathor said...

Unless I'm mistaken, the floor plan indicates that there aren't any windows. Apart from the two next to the bed.

Wait - is this built into a cave?

Artful Dodger said...

I like how the first property includes, "...oven and dishwasher & oven..." I guess that's for folks who want to clean their dishes in the middle of cooking.

Linda said...

I dont get it. Blue-outs happen here in Australia all the time. Everything goes Aqua for a few minutes. You have that in the Northern Hemisphere right?

you gotta wonder said...

It's wrong, I say! It's one thing for builders to share floor plans, but clearly this is a Microsoft invasion.

mudslicker said...

Yes, sign me up! I too want to save on stamp duty!!!!

Personally, I didn't think that stamps were prone to such bodily functions (and how large could the pile be anyway?), but perhaps they do things a little differently "down there"...?