Thursday, June 4, 2009

Ka-thump ka-thump ka-thump ka-thump


Sadly, the real estate agent fell down the stairs and was never heard from again.

16 comments:

Kathleen said...

Oh my god, I just laughed so hard I nearly snorted a peanut.

Silliyak said...

...and chair denies any involvement.

Anonymous said...

Is that a hot dog on the stairs where the agent tripped? LOL

Alissa said...

I think the bird cage and quarterback from the previous post should be confiscated as possible evidence.

blake said...

I like this house selling strategy

Well dear, we're going to move and clean the house to sell Saturday. Should we take pictures Friday with all the furniture, or Sunday of an empty house?

Ok, we can compromise and do it Saturday while cleaning.

Oh, yeah, make sure you dont even pick up the cleaning products before you shoot. greatQ

ptooie said...

I think chair's friend hangar should be held as a suspect...

Kate said...

And Chair's alibi is...?

I think it's the two-toned paneling that does it for me. The carpet's good, the crap on the stairs, yeah...but the paneling. Nothing like a little effort.

Anonymous said...

After seeing the living room rug that looks like amber waves of mold, I withdraw my previous objection in my previous post about not see the floor in the pictures.

burhanistan said...

I like this house selling strategy

Well, mockery aside, the listing indicates that this is a repossession. People were obviously forced to leave that house and were a short period of time to get their belongings out. It's a sad story that is happening all over the country.

No joke this time, sorry.

mudslicker said...

When I first saw this I thought "Stairs? In a ranch?"

Then I quicly realized that they needed to get down to the 10th circle of hell somehow.

The wrought iron gives it all a particularly lovely touch as well as being an excellent conductor of heat.

That hot dog Anonymous sees on the first circle must be assumed to be an unbaptized hotdog.

scowl said...

Featuring shag carpet, baseboard electric heaters, wood paneling, popcorn ceilings, and my favorite mobile home construction technique: low-pitched roof rafters that double as ceiling joists so you don't have a wasteful attic for storage and insulation. Oh, a "Torch Down roof". Expect leaks within a couple years.

I wouldn't be worried about going down those stairs. I'd be worried about smashing my head into that sharp overhang going up them. I think the junk on the stairs to steer people away from it.

PrincessLuceval said...

Hey! I've been looking for a house with vinyal siding!

Now all I need is a bulldozer for indoors.

scowl said...

Oh my gosh, PrincessLuceval. don't use bulldozer! You see those odd "decorative" white poles in the middle of the living room? They're holding up the beam that's holding up the roof/ceiling. Snap one of those and the whole top of the house comes crashing down on you!

Mandy said...

Looking at the state of every other room, I'm surprised at how clean the bathroom looks.

I dont get it ?? said...

Am I the only one who doesn`t get it ?

newportjoey said...

Where is the noose in the basement??