okay, i put the octopus there because it was more fun than pixelating. but yes. this is a photo of a teenager leaning against a pickup truck. the property was really nice, but this photo wasn’t necessary. or wise.
what is happening with this ceiling? honest question.
i feel like i’m standing on a chair and about to fall off.
i can’t figure out what they’re trying to show us here. or why.
this apartment was described as “pretty,” “beautiful” AND “attractive.” i guess maybe they thought if they used enough adjectives it would become true?
someone seriously needs to explain to me what’s happening here. the ceiling? those…steps going up the wall??? it looks like a nightmare but i also am kind of intrigued.
the headline of this ad trumpeted (in all caps, of course) “original hardwood floors!” when i clicked on the ad (because who doesn’t love hardwood floors?), this was the only photo. the ad also said that this home has “aged beautifully.” i….am not sure about that.
i have seen some grim bathrooms in my time doing this, but man. i wouldn’t even want to go in there.
this “dulpex” was advertised as being recently remodeled. we are just going to have to take their word for it because every picture looked like this. it was also advertised as having “eclectic” heat.