David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines


This just in: apparently it is possible to have entirely too much money. There are, amazingly, people who are willing to spend thousands or tens of thousands of dollars on kids' playhouses.

One company that makes these also does gargantuan custom playhouses. Um. Yeah.

My mom's in the DC area, where housing is outrageous; I can't imagine what the housing market must be like in Southern California, for the prices of these playhouses to not seem utterly insane. There are places in the countryside -- hell, in small towns! -- not far from here here where you could buy a house for less than the price of Tumble Outpost.
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