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    The noose is actually a rope with a light bulb on the end there. I guess you're supposed to move it around the room on the beams? Seems dumb, just get a lighting fixture already.

    The clutter makes me crazy. And the cheapo fabric covering the bottom of the kitchen counters is so ugly. Big no.

    So much is impractical. Like that clawfoot tub, as much as I love claw foot tubs, why the fuck is it in the bedroom with a nice wood floor?
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    Dead animals on walls gives me the heebie jeebies (spelling ?) and like a few others said it is way too cluttered, dusting must be a nightmare.

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    I like the space and I like the dog. But there's too much white paint, too many dead animal heads and too many portrait paintings. I have stacks of books but not that tall.
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