I didn't recognize the inscription, so I looked it up. For my fellow heathens, it's from the Book of Matthew:
"Ask, and it shall be given you;
seek, and ye shall find;
knock, and it shall be opened unto you"
Now I've got another thing to do if I somehow fall ass-backwards into more money than I'll be able to spend in a lifetime: build a house full of things like these. The goal would be to make it so a trip to the bathroom would feel as if you're playing Myst. Frustration and all.
And yet again I accidentally reply to someone. I'll go flagellate myself in penance.
Smellvin, you do know that a fifty minute tour through the house vs your blatter isn't going to work /if you have to go/?
Flagellate to the beat of "shave and a haircut".
|A Jumping Spider! |
Fancy steampunk thing with latin bible verse engraved inside... Opens to "shave and a haircut".
|WHO WANTS DESSERT |
Five stars for the guy standing offscreen with a garage door opener, collectively fooling the internet into believing their steampunk wizardry is real
No, apparently it's not a hoax:
One small step closer to turning our house into something from Myst,
Steampunk that actually does something other than look douchey!
Well, when I see this unique locking mechanism on the side of someone's house, I know what to do.
I don't open my door unless they know the password ("walt sent me").
This isn't like Myst at all, guys. The solution actually worked the first time he tried it.
Also, he just gave away the password to his home's novelty lock thing on the internet. Not sound thinking.
Well, it's his house, so he probably remembered to leave the water on at the rest stop sink 20 miles away, and to set his watch to an even multiple of the number of siding panels on the house.
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