Dad is the best! Happy Father’s Day.
Dad is the best! Happy Father’s Day.
June 14th is Flag Day in America. The American flag is flown proudly. Except for a few bad apples.
Disrespectful regard for the American flag.
These people are using the flag as a dust cover for their computer keyboard.
Used as a window curtain?!!? Tacky. And it’s backwards too. [Wickenburg, Arizona]
When displaying the American flag, the blue field should always be to the upper left. The following people are not aware of this protocol.
The photographer could have removed the flag for the photo.
Wrong. [Bedford, Indiana]
Hopefully he’s on his way to correct his mistake. [Gettysburg, Pennsylvania]
No, let’s not lean a chair onto the backwards American flag. [Lufkin, Texas]
Let’s pledge to display the flag correctly. [Trenton, New Jersey]
Let’s not place dolls and stuffed animals on top of the flag either. [Washington, New Jersey]
And finally, this one from Frenchtown, New Jersey.
Seems like an easy fix. Just clear off the doodads from the fireplace. [Mesa, Arizona]
Looks like we’re going to need more time to clear out the rest of the room.
Christmas clutter in Houston, Texas. The elephant is supposed to help them not to forget to clean up the room and fireplace before selling.
Retired - Gone Fishing. Hey, wait! Don’t go before you clear off the fireplace first! [Phoenix]
Huh?? [Glendale, Arizona]
It’s clutter free, but you can only burn one piece of wood at a time. [Gettysburg, Pennsylvania]
Why are people in real estate promotional photos?
Are they planning their staging strategy for this home? “You take the bookcase. I’ll do the other areas.”
“I can’t decide if I should work out, watch TV, or help mom get the house ready to sell.”
“Gosh, if my foot didn’t hurt, I’d take down the Christmas tree and lights.”
This photo’s caption reads, “Maureen At Star.” Short for Starbucks? We’re not sure why this photo was included with the listing. She’s nowhere near the house. And she is not the listing agent nor the owner/seller.
“Mommy, I’ll get Rover out of the way while you go find the missing chandelier globe.”
“I really dig your tie-dye shirt.”
Estelle asked her grandson three times to get off the couch and turn off the TV.
Fifi needs to go out. [Olean, New York]
Rather than ask the child to leave the room before taking the photo, the seller later added a bubble over his/her kid’s face. The Christmas tree is still up. And the trash needs to be taken outside.
The master bedroom could use some tidying up.
Dirty laundry is not attractive.
TV’s off! Thank you.
All of the real estate photo for this Chandler, Arizona home were shot from low angles or weird angles. Makes the house look cluttered and busy.
There’s no open floor space in the living room.
The table and chairs dominate the photo. We can see the ceiling fan pull chain at this angle.
Table and chairs again.
Christmas in April!
They sure have a lot of tables and chairs.
There’s another chair! The paint’s peeling off the painted-over kitchen cabinets.
Massive bed posts from this angle. And the back of a sofa.
The table blocks the view.
The sofa and table dominate the photo. It’s hard to get a good idea of how big the house really is when every photo is shot so low and with furniture in the foreground.
We’re dreaming of a white Christmas and it came true in Farmington, New Mexico.
The house was listed for sale in December, but the Halloween decorations are still up.
The bedroom has a heater because Junior likes to wear short pants in December (see his knees on the right?).
Big-time Dallas Cowboys fan.
More Cowboys stuff in the kitchen (curtains & wallpaper trim). Scary Halloween cat. Fly strip. For some reason, there are clothes in the kitchen.
This Gilbert, Arizona home is filled with the Halloween spirit. Let’s take a tour.
Enter at your own risk!
Scary items on the plant shelf.
Creepy window decal.
They went all out.
Must fill up every space with Halloween stuff.
Where’s the cauldron?
The witch is in.
Happy Valentine’s Day.
Be My Valentine.
He’s fallen in love.
I love you.
We love you.
We love you beary much in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
We’re trying to take real estate photos to promote the house. Please get up from the couch. And turn off the TV.
Please get up from the table and remove the dog. Thank you.
It’s not funny. Please get out of the picture.
Please hurry up and go outside.
And while you’re out there, try to find the missing cabinet door. [Thanks to our reader, Grumpy, for the correction; the cabinet door is open].
Holding the door closed won’t solve the problem. Please repair it before buyers show up.
You do keep a very clean house. Now please step back.
Please turn on some lights on your way out.
It might be time to remove the Santa lights, the plastic tree, the wreath, and the culturally insensitive sleeping man statue. Oh, and the porch light is crooked.
Good idea. Clear off the table.
He’s texting mom to clear off her bed. [Leesville, Louisiana]