Saturday, June 14, 2008

False Advertising...

Trust me, we've all met the seller (at least those of us who are local) and normal isn't the first word that comes to mind...

EXCEPTIONALLY NICE UPGRADED & UPDATED HOME BRIMMING
WITH ALL THE EXTRAS YOU WOULD EXPECT, GRACEFUL LANDSCAPING WITH
AWESOME CURB APPEAL & A PICTURESQUE SETTING, DESIGNED TO DELIGHT
& BUILT TO ENDURE, NORMAL SALE, NORMAL SELLER, MUST SEE!!

7 comments:

LvHmBirth said...

I guess if the seller isn't normal, all the rest of the ad is suspect, too? :-D

Dodi said...

Funny, that isn't how I would describe that house at all. I've been in that house - - there were extras? What does "picturesque setting" mean?

"Normal Seller". ????????

Martha said...

But I did tell the realtor's assistant (another parent at the school) that we will buy the realtor the beverage of his choice upon completion of this sale!

Picturesque setting: has to be referncing the back yard neighbor (moi) or maybe the front yard/across the street neighbor (the Ms are pretty people too).

tz said...

let's just hope a normal family moves in!

Lee said...

Oh my! At least it can only get better, right?

Colleen O said...

heeeheeeheee.

ganelle said...

OK, I've left the neighborhood, but what's going on here? I'd love to know the scoop!