Friday, September 15, 2006

AND WAIT... PLUS...

They have the nerve to play up the "green" angle of their homes, when in fact, everyone knows that a freestanding frame house is a heat and wind sieve compared to the energy efficiency of a home beneath the earth.

It makes you wonder why we went to all the trouble to destroy the damn ring in the first place.

That is all.

7 comments:

Annje said...

Just wait, houses above ground are easy prey for the Nazgul. Unlike the pretty homes of the Hobbits which are underground.

Maxwell McLeod said...

I would have to agree with Annje, although in the year 3018 of the third age, the Nazg├╗l perished when The Ring was destroyed in the fires of Mount Doom. Despite this, there have been reports of Dementors (from the prison of Azkaban) and Garo's (From the kingdom of Hyrule) imitating the Ringwraths. These creatures are far less deadly although may still pose a threat to the un-informed house builder.

-MM

The Amazing Shrinking Mom said...

WE destroyed the ring? Hmm.... I don't remember Hodgeman the hobbit....perhaps you are one of the many unnamed Ents?

They do have cute little "hobbit holes" to hide the service entrances. Although, that conjures up a wierd image of Frodo as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.....

COOP said...

I liked how the website namechecks "Painter Of Light" Thomas Kinkaide, too.

I guess if you are aesthetically handicapped enough to buy one of his paintings, those houses look just pwecious.

I would happily live in Mordorville, though, if it was in a good school district.

hodg-man said...

Hobbit holes that lead to ductwork and children-storage facilities are not acceptable. I want full-on berns.

GET ON IT.

hodg-man said...

I'm sorry.

I meant to write: BERM

As in: http://bermhouse.s-3d.com/

GET TO WORK

COOP said...

I want full-on Bergs, as in Dave.

Kaputnik Estates! Briar pipes and safari jackets for all!