A rare example of someone using a high-visibility vest in an attempt to remain inconspicuous.
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For Sale: Purely theoretical space. Fully furnished.
Located in a Conservation Area, even the quality of light has remained unchanged since the 1970s.
In some cultures, electric lighting is seen as far more entertaining than television, which has yet to really take off.
This listing will be part of my keynote presentation to a forthcoming sociology forum entitled “Toilets in kitchens - What is wrong with people?”.
The sellers must be banking on a very quick sale, or that chicken will be terribly overdone when the new owners move in.
The danger with this approach is that you could end up selling the wrong house.
Tiny furniture is a great way of making rooms look far larger than they actually are, and of creeping out anyone who enters your house.
Never has a quick dip in the pool looked more likely to result in a vigorous epidemic of botulism.
This important achitectural discovery shows the idea of staircases first forming in the mind of a Bronze Age homeowner.
The property has been recently upgraded to withstand the forthcoming zombie apocalypse.
This particular bedroom takes its inspiration from that master of minimalist understatement, Liberace.
Jean-Paul Sartre said “hell is other people”. It is not. Hell is this patio.
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what this adds to the room, but it certainly adds something.
Love blossoms in the most unlikely of places. Happy Valentines Day to the Garden Chair of Solitude.
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