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This one made me spit my cornflakes out...

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-27225013.html

I always wondered who actually buys furniture from DFS.

Particularly like the chaise longue under the stairs, where better to recline while eating your toffee crisp.

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My house is horrible to look at from the outside - the worst brutal 1970's council house - however it is very well built, thick walls, good insulation etc and tastefully furnished inside ;)

However it is so nasty to look at that we immediately rejected it when we were house hunting so I do worry about resale some day!

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Why do people buy white/cream coloured carpets, and then spit their dummy out when a footprint appears on them?

Bizarre.

My brother. He will also give you red wine and something in flaky pastry with no plate and dare you to spill it on his precious carpet. Nutter.

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What is it with DIY stores chip wood kitchens and black work surfaces...all new bathrooms are white and basically the same also.

It is not the decoration inside that counts, it is the quality of build, thick walls and timbers, brick internal walls, quality doors and windows and internal features, good roofs made of natural tiles....

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