Hilarious R-Rated Sign Spotted In Wisconsin Home For Sale
You know when you are checking out Zillow or Realtor.com to see how much your neighbor's house (or your boss') is worth? Every now and then you can see photos of the inside because the house was recently for sale and so you do what everyone in Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin does...you take a look. Hopefully, I'm not the only one. Well, there is a house on the market about an hour from Rochester that I took a peek at and it looks like Hobby Lobby threw up a bit inside...in a good way. But there is one room that will make you do a double-take when you see it.
When you see it, you'll know what I'm talking about.😲
All of the Internet is Shocked at Sign Hung in Wisconsin Home for Sale
According to melmagazine.com, the sign was created by the owner when her husband was in New Orleans working on repairing homes that were damaged by a hurricane. She saw the sign on a Facebook group and since she is in the business of making signs herself, she thought it would be a great surprise.
Would you display a "Poundtown" sign at your house...when it is on the market?
Would you have kept the "Poundtown" sign up for photos and house showings? Everyone has different tastes and that's what makes our world keep spinning in the odd way that it does. Let me know what you think over on my Facebook page - Jessica On The Radio.
Honestly, I think it is hilarious that this sign is still up while the house had photos taken for their listing. I used to be a REALTOR and I probably would have suggested to the sellers to maybe run to the store and buy something else to replace it.
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Go see the "Poundtown" house in Wisconsin
If you'd like to see the house that's for sale at W6547 Woodland Pass in Onalaska, Wisconsin by Realtor Spencer Hegenbarth at RE/MAX Results, learn more at Realtor.com here.
What do you think this Wisconsin house has hiding in its junk drawers?
Every house in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois has a junk drawer...or two. What's hiding inside yours? I asked that question and below are 80+ items that most of us have stashed away.