Behold the ultimate McMansion

Ah, that makes more sense. I saw the AC unit at the top of the wall and I didn’t connect it to buildings located at the end of the dock.

I know less than zero about fishing. :face_with_diagonal_mouth:

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Excellent point.

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She has never read “the house that Beebo built” (Philippe Fix) - it is obviously an homage to one of the all time great children’s books.

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Fishing at night on underwater dock lights can be a lot of fun. I associate it with saltwater fishing, but this looks like it’s on a lake. It’s just so cool seeing the silhouettes of fish backlit by the underwater lights: (this is the link with the least obnoxious music. Muting is recommended)

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I’ve seen some GIANT tarpons under the brightly lit docks in Key West.

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Bill Hader Popcorn GIF by Saturday Night Live
lol…Oh how I missed watching you on Sodahead!

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Aye; I also miss the old days, and the Phaet, and all the fun we had.

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If it’s made from the McParts I think it McDoes, I don’t want to McLive there.
Jerry Seinfeld Eye Roll GIF by HULU

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I like it.
My inner supervillian could really thrive in a lair like this.

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The exterior has a weird energy, but if you compare it with one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces it falls apart.

I could probably live there on the grounds that being inside, I couldn’t see the outside, only the interior is a true McMansion mess.

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… and then drop it from orbit on to a nuke?

@gracchus “Don’t look at the windows, Rex!”

@https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2F_hAn3IoBo&t

It reminds me of “play-sets”, where you’ve got to get a bunch of disparate elements in to a single toy.

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I really want to have a go on the slide.

But could I live there?
No.
House is too long.

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You’re more cultured than me, because my first thought was “Katamari Damacy”.

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Frank Lloyd Wright houses only last because many of them have protected status, otherwise they’d have rotted away due to leaky rooves. FLW homes are best suited for the Atacama desert.

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Does the kitchen come with an air fryer?

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It does but, and I actually mean this seriously regarding the house, how do you clean it?!?
That atrium glass is a whole thing unto itself, but all those interior decorative ledges and odd marble columns. That’s a lot of dusting. Don’t even let’s get started about the tiny tile work. That’s a lot of grout.

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You use a sousaphone, obviously. If you hit pitch and volume just so the dirt and grime will practically jump off the surfaces and can be hoovered up.
Mind you, do not generate any frequencies the load bearing structure might resonate with or it will be Tacoma bridge all over again.

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Next to the combination knife-sharpener / pan-seasoner. Also all knobs are nickel-plated for hygenic purposes

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I thought they’d be tiled with old pennies. You know, for the copper. :wink:

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I get what you mean, but that definition includes some examples that I don’t think I’d apply the moniker to.