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    Default Family Home in The Netherlands


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    cute. very bright and airy. beautiful windows and brick.
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    I like it minus the baby and toys.
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    Please,a fucking chair for a night table?they couldnt afford one?are they pretentious jerks?
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    ^^^^

    When I lived in NYC, I used a chair as a nightstand in my first apartment. My bedroom was so tiny and narrow (in keeping with the concept for the apartment in general - an homage to the inside of a cardboard box) that I could not fit both my bed (only a full) and a night table. Even with the bed pushed against the side wall, I had virtually no walkspace on the other side and usually climbed in from the foot. I don't know if this should actually make me feel better about the patheticness of my former hovel ("It wasn't that I lived in a rathole; I was just making a statement!") but I call foul. These peeps have no excuse. Buy a goddamn nightstand.

    Minus that little tangent, I like it.
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    I wondered if a baby actually slept in that bassinet. Looks like a doll crib.

    I like a lot of it and I hate a lot of it.

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    god with all the cheap "vases".. wtf? it reminds me of that movie where water kept the aliens away...
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