|Old_Zircon - 2015-05-25 |
Why would you deliberately pluck your eyebrows such that no matter what you do it looks like you're about to burst into tears?
There are a couple of young ladies in the orchestra here that pluck their eyebrows even more quizzically than this, they always look like they're going to be executed if they play a wrong note.
I'm not making fun of her, I am just bewildered by her eyebrows. Also that was supposed to be 5 stars.
She does it because she can, and because she's earned it.
|BlisteredButtress - 2015-05-25 |
The vertical slice of home selling videos.
|Aelric - 2015-05-25 |
This lady drew a show short straws in life, huh?
A FEW short straws. Blah
|yogarfield - 2015-05-25 |
i am in tears
|kingarthur - 2015-05-25 |
I lost it at the roof. Then the closer with the obvious gang signs.
|baleen - 2015-05-25 |
This is one of the best finds in a long ass time. Your girlfriend wins the Golden Poe for 2015.
|Meerkat - 2015-05-25 |
|fedex - 2015-05-25 |
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-05-25 |
The last shot with the graffiti is priceless.
|Hooker - 2015-05-25 |
Ooof. Going inside that house brought back some pretty horrid childhood memories.
|Bort - 2015-05-25 |
So this is where the "Time Chasers" guy got his degree? Seems about right.
|Robin Kestrel - 2015-05-25 |
"Kids, are you noticing all this blight?"
|Aress - 2015-05-25 |
Tragically endearing adults with braces.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2015-05-25 |
|TheOtherCapnS - 2015-05-25 |
I'm amazed no one has bitched about the portrait mode.
This is one of those rare cases where it works.
The aspect plus the squalor in the home gives those parts a real "snuff film" kinda vibe.
|CuteLucca - 2015-05-26 |
Foreclosed dump home in disputed gang territory in the ghetto? And she showed it with a smile on her face! What an agent! Wonder how much it was going for?
It's listed for 8,000 and will go above asking, because Toronto is still a crazy real estate market.
The average detached home price has crossed the million dollar mark, it's pretty nuts here
The long-term talk is the "Manhattanization" of Toronto, where the norm for families who want to live there is a condo. There was even briefly some talk of requiring new condos to have a certain percentage of multi-bedroom units to meet demand. Combine that with a surprise interest rate drop due to the oil industry woes and you have a market that completely ignored the housing crash of 2008 and has kept going.
This is pretty much what I see when I take a tour of a place I'm going to sublet, and is actually way better looking than the place I'm living in now. The tour's just like "ignore everything you, it's a desirable area of town. The last person left his drumset and not sure if he's coming back for it, so don't sell it but feel free to play it, just don't wake up the upstairs neighbors.." things like that.
|CrimsonHyperSloth - 2015-05-26 |
My girlfriend sometimes REALLY understands me.
"I found this video last night perfect for POETV."
I had to question that because if I showed her saw Jiz and the Mammograms live trailer she'd just be angry at me. Then she rolled this clip. I felt this video perfectly encapsulates a POE video. She is truly a better POE then I am.
You're hunting for real estate in Toronto? I wish you luck; I got in on my 12th offer try so be persistent; that one only had four bids on it.
Thanks, we're patient and in no rush. We have no debts and are okay so we have time.
It's just a shitty combination of factors that force us to look in Toronto for a home.
Glad to hear you found something.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-05-26 |
Here at Crackden Realty, the sky's the limit!
|Enjoy - 2015-05-27 |
I can't think of a comment.
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