On weekends they like to play the little mermaid and the horny harpooner.
Wonderful. Would move in and not change a thing.
Uninvited guests are always barging in.
Do you think the swan pedalo in the last pic belongs to them? I'd like to think it does.
Beautiful home, I would love to live there, but that bed - no. Roll over in the wrong direction and you'd break your neck. It should at least have some side bars, you could then tie stuff to them as well. Practical AND fun.
What was the connection they had with the owner? Did I miss something?
Like it - but the bed is awful. Accident waiting to happen. Particularly with their kid that they're expecting.
anyone know how to get around that stupid NYT article limit? I haven't even looked at three articles this month, so I don't know what the fuck it's talking about...
Love it! I'd live in it!
Of course, I'd replace some of the furniture and add some sort of window coverings for the evenings, but it's so full of air, space, and light it's irresistible.
I had a bed rather like that when I was young and poor, and it's all drawers and storage space underneath. Too much storage space, that thing needs to be shortened by a foot or two even if it means adding a cabinet to a small room.
Dear Lord above, R16!
That place has so much heavy tacky gold crap stuffed into it, that it looks like it belongs to Donald Trump's drag persona.
R20 I know. It baffled me.
People that can live a life like that are so far removed from me it's not even funny.
Good for them though. I think it's awesome and hope they will live healthy, happy, long lives there.
I can picture any breakup that may happen, turning ugly quickly. "Oh you think I should be renamed cellulite Sally HUH?!" throw his electronics right into the harbor.
I want to see the original houseboat before I pass judgment.
Where does your morning shit go, Captain?
The whole thing is a loser-loser situation. They're probably also vegans.