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Old May 22, 2010, 10:22 AM   #1
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Default Trash House!

A fixer upper. It was for sale, not sure about the price.
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Old May 22, 2010, 10:31 AM   #2
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Niiiiiiiiiice. <=== meant with all the sarcasm one can muster

I love the generator and grill out front. Nice touch. Oooooooooooo and, it's for sale! Get me the number on that sign!!

It's a nicely detailed image, though.
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Naah...not interested....does not seem to be enough room on the porch for a washer and dryer
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Naah...not interested....does not seem to be enough room on the porch for a washer and dryer
You can always move the computer and a couple of those coolers! Come on, where's your sense of adventure?!
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Think the owner of the house is trying to make a statement,
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Think the owner of the house is trying to make a statement,
No. I think the owner was trying to make a dump. And, he succeeded.
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Not interested in that property. The yard is too small.

Where are you supposed to park the trucks when they don't run anymore?

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What about the freezer.. so when do we move in I ll take the thing for a say maybe $1.00 oh ok I will throw in your first nights motel room and a bottle of cheap wine so $25.00 what they cost that much ya say ya need $60 for a night in the motel and the cheap wine well I say that would be a bargain then for ya I would tear down the porch gut the thing re level the yard some maybe even bring it up a step and build a new porch with a upper one too! Pull the upper windows and put in some french doors and with new siding and trims and that fence just might get it too I wonder how big the back yard is I hope its big enough for a hot tub or sauna... for get the trucks parking I just have a small running Van but then again maybe a garage in the back that will house a studio for my office on top... ta da! is that good enough!? ok I will do the roof too... I love the ping of a metal one

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Not interested in that property. The yard is too small.

Where are you supposed to park the trucks when they don't run anymore?

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On the street or in a neighbor's yard! C'mon, be a little creative, would ya?
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Based on the crescent moon in the window, this can only mean that house has indoor plumbing...maybe I'm thinking that this house is a diamond in the rough!
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