Mama's Family is one of my all time favorite sitcoms! In today's episode, the city of Raytown wants to convert Mama's block into a Municipal Collection Facility (ie, Garbage Dump!) thru eminent domain. Each neighbor gets a $30,000 buy out! But Mama won't have it. How does she fight back?! (It involves a brothel)
Lots of real estate hilarity below!
New TV SHOW ALERT: Realtor & Her Buck Naked Clients! (Don't Pretend Like You Ain't Gonna Watch, You Voyeurs!)
Latest episode "Career Day" of Modern Family parodied realtors (again!)...So funny! But it ain't that far from the truth! I know colleagues just like that. For realz. "Everything I Touch Turns to SOLD" "Real estate's about putting the right person into the right house. I put a spanish couple into a spanish house" LOL!
China Erects New Building for Its Official Newspaper. But why Is it a Wee-Wee?! (Warning: Graphic Pix)
Louis Vuitton Brand Going Down the Toilet? Check Out This Boughetto Bathroom! (Yes, Thats a Word. Look it up!)
This ain't no joke folks. This is a real listing in San Pedro (LA) that just sold for $410k! Boughetto for realz!
OMG Decor Juggernaut Crate & Barrel Pimps Out Gay Men to Hock Their Goods! ("Nibble Bowl", "Spreader"...Say What?!)
JC Penney and GAP have recently launched campaigns prominently featuring the gays. But I think this is the first time a large retailer has gone so far! See below the romantical pic of 2 guys on a date "Saturday night at home, cooking together, dining together" next to 2 items called Olivewood Nibble Bowl and Spreader! LOL!! This is straight off the Crate & Barrel website, see here! Intentional or not, kudos to them for some major LGBTQ representation!
By Julieanne Smolinski via msnbc.com
Looking to unload your home? Trying to buy a new one? Everybody knows that "cozy" means shoebox-sized and "lively" means that the neighbors will probably keep you up with their jug band, but what about things like "American style" and "kid-friendly"?
Real estate expert Barbara Corcoran came by to be your realtor-to-English translator.
Unique = Bad news. Decorated or built by oddballs.
Needs a little TLC = It's falling apart.
Kid friendly = It's a mess.
American style = ANYTHING. Basically, that the house is "in America" and potentially decorated in poor taste.
Country living = It's in the middle of nowhere.
Home office = The toilet is in the middle of the living room.
Move-in condition = Please move in, let's go, we need money and the house has been ransacked.
Ever end up checking out something scary because you didn't see through the advertising lingo? What's your craziest open-house story? Tell us in the comments.
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