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    Well, the taxes would probably be affordable.
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    It's cute. I could never live there but I think it would be a fun whimsical getaway. I get the feeling that it is just a little tool shed in the back of someone's house that they turned in to a little retreat.
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    I think it's creepy--way too much white! But it is certainly located in a beautiful area.
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    its all fun and games until the racoons, bears and skunks find it.
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    Very foo-foo.
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    Shabby chic was never a good look, and neither are grown women in pink wellies with accessory dog pretending to be dippy fairy princesses. She needs a slap.
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    Agree with A*O on this one! This bitch fancies herself a little princess and has just read about 4 too many fair tales. I bet she sits up nights waiting for Prince Charming to come riding across that creek on a white steed and whisk her ass away to a castle. Bitch needs a slap and then a long stay at the nut hut!
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    lol i dont really know what the point of this "cottage" is, but i think its safe to say that woman is

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    Quote Originally Posted by A*O View Post
    Shabby chic was never a good look, and neither are grown women in pink wellies with accessory dog pretending to be dippy fairy princesses. She needs a slap.
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