By Rob Fee
Oct 31, 2013
Sometimes I want to keep watching TV when friends are over, but I feel like I need to take a bath. Finally, my problems are solved.
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Nothing brings out the beauty of a tiny basement with a door to Narnia like a painting of Mr. Bean after he had a stroke.
Why? The room is trashed, there’s a 4-inch flat screen on the wall, and it looks like the burglars from "Home Alone" are robbing the place.
Nothing classes up a hostel in the ghetto like gently placing an iPad onto each pillow like a bedtime mint.
Is this even a house? For all I know this could be a cooler where someone built a room for a mouse in an effort to recreate Stuart Little.
Guess it's good to know that no robbers will break in since they’re already inside your home.
This is perfect if you’re looking for an eccentric safari enthusiast with a passion for pastels.
If I walked through a house and spotted that tiny, creepy chair just sitting there I would leave and never return. No doubt that’s a throne for a tiny demon.
How hard is it to retake a photo where your cousin Greg’s reflection isn’t in the mirror?
If you’re a hoarder looking to move, have we got the deal for you!
Nothing turns a subpar room with bunk beds around quicker than photoshopping an attractive model into the picture. I’m sold!
I don’t want that man anywhere near my bed or anywhere near a potential home of mine to be honest.
You can move in whenever you’d like, but you can’t use the bathroom for now because it’s the scene of a murder and the police still have to investigate it for evidence.
A bit of damage to the walls, but don’t worry, we’ve repaired it to the best of our abilities.
A spacious backyard that includes furniture with a marvelous view!
We can all see what’s wrong here. That toaster’s cord is way too close to the stove.
You realize someone set up this photo, right? They actually thought this would make the property look more appealing.
Grandma is included!
It’s a bit of a fixer upper but at least we boarded up the pit to hell that lies beneath the property.
I’m no interior designer but I’m 90% positive those aren’t curtains.
I always want to know what my kitchen will look like when I’ve fallen on the floor and had my vision blurred.
Maybe wait 15 minutes for the van to move out from the front of your building before photographing it?
This is great if you’re wondering what it was like to live in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
The best way to highlight a room is to pile all of the items onto the bed. This is real estate marketing 101.
I don’t know which is more confusing, the burly old man in the mirror or the tiny pillow on top of the toilet.
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That house looks so bad omg idk if I could live there. http://bit.ly/1aFaPfV
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Some people have no brains and think their stupidity is brilliant.While friends are at your house, you want to watch TV while taking a bath? Instead of being an exhibitionist and have a bathtub in the living room, tell your friends to go home and put a TV in your bathroom!
How about a few pictures of real estate in the US--most of these are UK-ish or European looking...
How about a few pictures of real estate in the US :) Most of this looked UK-ish/European...
How, I'd love to know is an agent able to take photos in the same room as alleged robbers just feet away? Give me a break.
Sadly, I have a friend who is a realtor, and these would be the type of picture he would take. Just snap the darn photo, doesn't matter the mess or the people!
Not only was the bathtub and sink in the living area, but who would put wood floors under a bathtub?
Re: toilet in first pix....check out the phrase..."water closet" also called the w-c. In earlier times and in Europe particularly, the toilet was separate from the tub, sink and often bidet....it was very much like a closet.
Which part was bad?..The tub that sits on wood flooring (for petes sakes) or that the tubs sits in between two sinks? And that I see no toilet?