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Monday, November 21, 2011

584. Why I Hate Dead Architects


View from my dining room window: 


View from my hall bathroom window:


Size of my hallway:


Size of my kitchen:


MOV
("My Only Vision")

13 comments:

  1. Yep. That makes total sense. In dead architect land. (P.S. I like the bunny!)

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  2. I find that after I've lived somewhere at least six or seven months that I can either erase or paint over the words in my kitchen. I hate it when dead architects write on walls and appliances too. I prefer the joy of discovery, "now, what's this thingy do, oooh, flames!" (I should dwink less maybe)

    [Just kidding, I'm already at less]

    HAH! My word verification was going to be 'supnott'

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  3. I hate electricians. One outlet in the kitchen. One. Good luck trying to charge our phones while making toast. I feel your pain.

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  4. Go to an online architect school. It's not too late, ya know!
    Or you can just write a book about how architects failed us.
    Yeah, do that.
    -Motaki the Helpful Aspiring Falconer

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  5. You wrote 51 posts last November; you've only reached 25 this year!
    I OFFICIALLY CHALLENGE you, MOV, to write ONE MORE POST in the month of November (Nov.; Eleventh Month) than you did last November (Nov.; Eleventh Month).
    I will give you a cake if you achieve this.
    and a superhug.
    ;)
    -Motaki the Aspiring Falconer

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  6. couse--how did I know you would notice the bunny? I had to draw him five times.

    esbboston--my problem is I constantly think how things could be "better". I want to correct the world and bring them to my way of thinking.

    marianne--phones need charging? is THAT why my phone has not rung all week ... (and I was just enjoying the silence.......)

    taki--good advice, on both counts.

    taki again-- ack, did I really write 51 posts? were they all just one sentence long? what kind of cake are you offering? I will take the superhug.

    best,
    MOV

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  7. You should just put a kitchen in the hallway. Easier access to midnight snacks. Going to the bathroom at 3 AM? Grab a cookie on the way!

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  8. Hmmm, I just now noticed that my profile icon came back! It was messed up ... strange, it only seems to work on your comment section, everywhere else it is failing. Bizarre.

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  9. MOV, my house was built in 1950, so there are many things that don't quite make sense, like the fact that the outer wall of the bathroom, which was adjacent to the old metal tub, was completely uninsulated. I also have a 3x4" window in my shower. It's slightly pebbled glass, but it looks out on the neighbour's dining room window, and I am quite sure he watches the blob that is naked me move around and fills in the rest with his creepy imagination.

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  10. The posts were actually quite satisfactory.

    The cake is lathered in Godiva chocolate, custom-made to fit your tastes. All calories and cholesterol from it magically melt off, but the original taste is unaltered.

    If you all suck up to me you can have one, too.
    -Motaki, Cake-Master and Aspiring Falconer

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  11. haley--I would put the kitchen in the hall if I could lift the refrigerator and not have to worry about the gas line for the stove. Instead, I use the hallway for what it was intended for: impormptu raquetball matches.

    esbboston-- not sure why that is, but I know it took you a long time to design that program, so I feel bad that Blogger is messing it up for you.

    kay--boo hiss at creepy neighbors!

    taki--sign me up for this cake of which you speak (in fact, I'll take two).

    best,
    MOV

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  12. SAFETY PINS ARE NOT SAFE. I gored myself on one and it made me cry. -stares forlornly at left index finger-

    D':
    -Motaki, Maimed Aspiring Falconer

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  13. not sure what this has to do with dead architects? oh, we are talking about poor design decisions! yes! safety pins are stupid and should be outlawed, along with windows that look out at brick walls.

    I hope you feel better (invest in some bandaids).

    best,
    MOV

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When you write a comment, it makes me feel like I won the lottery or at the very least like I ate an ice-cream sundae. (This has nothing to do with the fact that I did just eat an ice-cream sundae.)