A Completely Unhinged Home Listing On Zillow Goes Viral For All The Wrong Reasons
Somewhere in Wisconsin, there is a listing for a family home that at first seems normal, but then, upon closer expectation, takes a turn for the weird. From the many, many signs that adorn every wall of the house, to the unexplained cake pops that appear in most rooms, to the random, slightly terrifying art, every aspect of the home seems to require some explanation. Over on Twitter, people demanded answers, but at the very least, got a few laughs.
It Seemed Like A Completely Normal, Somewhat Sane Real Estate Posting...At First
Over on Zillow Gone Wild Twitter account, a real estate post was listed of the following:
$420,000— Zillow Gone Wild 🏡 (@zillowgonewild) April 18, 2022
4 bd, 3 ba
$420,000 - Onalaska, WI
4 bd, 3 ba - 3,600 square ft., 1.53 acres
A nice house, in a nice place. It seems perfect, but…
It is perfect though?
This $420k (lol) Onalaska, WI is a good example of what happens when your Michael’s obsession goes one sign too far pic.twitter.com/aBDPZ0VnQY— Zillow Gone Wild 🏡 (@zillowgonewild) April 18, 2022
It is perfect though pic.twitter.com/0EU26odof7— Zillow Gone Wild 🏡 (@zillowgonewild) April 18, 2022
Upon Further Inspection, Small Details Began To EmergePhoto: @zillowgonewild / Twitter
Out: Putting up a "Live, Laugh, Love" sign in your living room— Brian :Anti-Racist/Pro-Fairness: (@dfazman) April 22, 2022
In: Putting up a "Welcome to POUNDTOWN!" sign in your bedroom (fourth photo) https://t.co/wYtkjiAp3C
I’m not sure Michael’s sells this particular sign. “Welcome to Poundtown” pic.twitter.com/z7cAch3zhU— Prairie Cassandra, PhD (@sinclairlewis18) April 18, 2022
Live, laugh, welcome to poundtown. https://t.co/80xwQsTUep— Ralph B. McLaughlin (@HousingRalph) April 24, 2022
Wife: fine honey, you can add ONE decoration to our bedroom? Please don’t be trashy, no Budweiser neon signs or fast & furious movie posters ok?— FlamingNotTannedUterus 🌈 (@daisygirImg) April 18, 2022
Husband: I gotchu
The dozens of signs that hung throughout the house was just one of many red flags that something was amiss in “Poundtown.”
Soon, folks began to find more issues….
Perfect, I’ll put these soft, square and rectangular decorations here! pic.twitter.com/qEaTodvmrQ— Onalerona lauretter (@OnaleronaL) April 18, 2022
By The Looks Of The Mud Room, It Looked Like 'Poundtown' Was Fully Occupied
By the looks of the mudroom, you don't pull out of Poundtown pic.twitter.com/oDDCG9GckL— Head Coach, Poundtown Padres (@ville_chill) April 18, 2022
Which Makes Sense As The Kitchen Could Also Sit 12...
Agent *Slaps the roof of the kitchen* "This bad boy can fit so many chairs in it"— Bran Mac Mufin (@BranMacMufin) April 18, 2022
House Viewer: "Show me" pic.twitter.com/0xkRkN8gAG
Speaking Of The Kitchen, Some People Took Note Of The Microwave
Don’t get me wrong, the Poundtown sign is hilarious, however why is that microwave unseemly long?? https://t.co/0oPHjFb4L9— 🌷Hannah🌷 (@hannahcabana15) April 18, 2022
I have questions:— biscooti cookie (@Abbykl1) April 18, 2022
1. Why is the microwave so long?
2. Did no one think to match the extension’s roof ridge to the rest of the house’s?
3. Is their favorite show This is Us? pic.twitter.com/y5IIVqbhsS
And that's when we learned that double wide microwaves were a thing:
It's not lens distortion, folks.https://t.co/zy9ANIAzKz— Bla1ze (@bla1ze) April 18, 2022
Thanks to this viral tweet, I now know that double wide microwaves are a thing!— Whyvert (@whyvert) April 21, 2022
Does it have two turntables inside? Otherwise, how would it work? https://t.co/IhjoN9NN6r
Then Everyone's Attention Went To The 'Playroom'Photo: @HungryTrek / Twitter
“Let’s eat”??? Like.. now it reminds me of those beef charts in butcher shops showing the cow with all the different cuts of meat and I’m terrified pic.twitter.com/kr2BQzZ826— hoo? 𓅕 (@Know1dea) April 18, 2022
I'm sorry what is this pic.twitter.com/56rmO2hn8W— #ProtectTransKids 🏳️⚧️ (@Stardust2187) April 18, 2022
This must be the house of either— iYeet (@Headed4AMeltdwn) April 18, 2022
A) Jonathan Swift or
I came to ask that same question. This is terrifying and in the PLAY room.— Brittany G (@Fibby1123) April 18, 2022
It literally looks like they laid a newborn on a xerox machine— KBB (@KBBriles) April 18, 2022
I'm sorry, but what in the LiveLaughHell is this artwork in the playroom, and why does it look like a series of post-mortem photos of a bruised fetus/newborn??? pic.twitter.com/2csc6GmDKq— Exitpursuedbyasloth (@Sloth_Exits) April 18, 2022