Sunday, August 16, 2009

U is for Underwear :)


One of the house in the neighborhood is up for sale. This house is gorgeous. It has everything! And.... for $2.5 million it should! One of the things that was not listed in the amenities of the house was the view.



Yes, they forgot to mention the view of the Underwear(see it?) on the clothes line at the house directly across the street. I wonder if that helps in the sale of this fantastic house???Check out the other U's at http://unglazed.blogspot.com/Posted by Picasa

11 comments:

Lanny said...

Well... at least you would know you neighbor changes their undies and launders them. It could be a plus knowing that about your neighbs.

Rev. Paul said...

Clean is better than ... not. It reminds me of high school: the older lady next door complained that the guy across the street kept bathing with the bathroom window open. Turns out she could only see him by standing on a chair to see out the window over her front door.

My dad told her to put the dang chair away!

Grandma J said...

I think maybe the neighbors are very "green". I for one would never put undies on the line, but I don't put anything on the line.
Great U word!

Mildred said...

Oh, so funny! Love it.

Jen said...

Happy Monday to U DeeDee.
Great post!
I guess we don't have to ask them; "Boxers or Briefs?"
LOL!

Diane AZ said...

Nice find for a "U" word. On one hand I'm glad to see renewable solar energy tapped into. But, in a neighborhood like that, I wouldn't hang clothes in full view of my neighbors...especially not undies!

Margaret said...

Maybe they'll knock a million off for an "undie discount" or a "Fruit of the Loom fee", or a "BVD courtesy".

Ben said...

Cause for negotiating down. Maybe knock off a hundred bucks per Fruit of the Loom.

Busy Bee Suz said...

This is too funny. I love your take on things!

Susie said...

Oh Deedee, how funny!!! I'd be embarrassed to know that my underwear was on the internet for all to see!!! lol

Aiyana said...

Unusual in a neighborhood of high value homes. Most HOAs don't allow line drying (at least not where it's at all visible). Maybe they're saving money on utilities!
Aiyana