Thursday, August 13, 2009

Because Jon spent all the money on smokes and sunglasses



Life just wasn't the same for Aaden, Alexis, Collin, Hannah, Joel, and Leah after the divorce.

(Found by Meghan.)

16 comments:

Kathleen said...

A suspicious roll of toilet paper on the bottom left shelf as well? I'm scared.

Tina said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Love this, sad for that train wreck family!!

Anonymous said...

It's probably the apartment of day laborers.

Angel said...

That place is depressing, and I feel like I should take a shower.

Anonymous said...

Ooh, the bedrooms and hallways are soooooo gloomy.

*sob*

knitorpurl said...

Nothing happy about this place.

Why would you take a picture of sad and scary stairs and the guts of a furnace to intice people to come look at your place? Does that appeal to some people?

Ahuva Batya said...

I can smell the stench of that place through my monitor. Gahg.

Cleanopolis said...

This house has that "crackhouse" feeling to it. What a shifty, dirty place to live...

*sob*

Julia M said...

In London they would rent out each of those beds for $250 a week

Stuart said...

I rarely watch TV, so I would have easily missed that reference had it not been for the Internet, radio, newspapers, check-out stand magazines, friends, co-workers, neighbors, family, overpass graffiti and this lady named Karen.

Dawn said...

I feel dirty just looking at those photos...

Land of shimp said...

Cheer up, everyone. It's just a mafia war, the Corleones and the Gambinis went to the mattresses!

Just your average organized crime, wacky hijinx! Woo hoo! Abe Vigoda will be along to betray them all any ol' moment.

That or it's a sign of desperate poverty, and a life of privation.

I choose the former so I can sleep tonight.

Anonymous said...

Where are the people with purple hoods and black shirts?

Monalicious said...

Are we sure this isn't "Octo-granny's" old house??

Amanda said...

LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT. First thing to make me laugh all day.

telephone snow said...

How many milk crates can one household steal?