Ouch. My Eyes.

Manley Close, Holmes Chapel, Crewe, Cheshire East CW4 7HL, UK

This one was sent to me by a reader just last week, but has unfortunately since been pulled from the market.

Manley Close, Holmes Chapel, Crewe, Cheshire East CW4 7HL, UK

So if you were hoping to buy an absolutely hideously decorated pad in Cheshire East, I am sorry to disappoint you.

Manley Close, Holmes Chapel, Crewe, Cheshire East CW4 7HL, UK

Seriously. What were they thinking.

Manley Close, Holmes Chapel, Crewe, Cheshire East CW4 7HL, UK

Perhaps the people who live here are colorblind. Or maybe they are totally blind and the employees at the furniture store who sold them all of these pieces are all having a right jolly laugh over their joke.

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5 Comments on "Ouch. My Eyes."

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  2. Today I switched to another type of cold medicine, which I fondly thought might prevent my seeing things like this. Obviously, I was mistaken… and the involuntary tearing that set in after the dining room is not helping either.

    The sun-room/gazebo actually seems quite nice. I found myself fixing my gaze on its roman shades in order to regain my composure.

    Someone, please, think of the children. Or perhaps they did, and a visit from protective services has to do with why the property is for sale?

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  3. @anodean: Speaking of children, I was thinking this looked a lot like something my friends and I would have come up with… when we were just entering junior high, all the way from the childhood holdover of the pink Minnie Mouse bedroom to the tiger-stripe and purple stair hall.

    So you’re still taking cold medicine? You sure you’re not just a bit, you know… hooked? Well, not so much that it blocked you being able to recognize how nice the sun room is. For me it was the wicker furniture that righted my balance. The backyard is kinda nice, too. So…. normal.

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  4. @Emerald63: No worries. I finally realized that the cold had cunningly segued into allergy season and shifted to antihistamines. Much better, now. :D

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  5. @anodean: Yea! Um, for antihistamines, not for allergy season. (O_o) I’ve read that with spring delayed in so many places, once it finally gets here all the plants will be playing catch-up and spilling several weeks worth of pollen all at once. Oh Joy. NOT. I’m right there with you on the drugs.

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