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(Onion AV Club)   It's surprisingly easy to turn "House Flipper" into a horror game. Not gonna lie, that sounds like clean, revengeful fun   (games.avclub.com) divider line
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2020-05-22 8:20:22 PM  
Put my house on the market about three weeks ago and the first four people call came back with "Too expensive to update".  I told my broker, I wasn't interested in selling the place to a flipper and I wasn't dropping the price just for them.  We spent a decade building an urban farm and really want the next owners to go from there.

Down it $30,000?  We can carry it for almost two years for that much money.
 
2020-05-22 10:57:30 PM  
That looks like a very tedious game.
 
2020-05-23 2:52:42 AM  

natazha: Put my house on the market about three weeks ago and the first four people call came back with "Too expensive to update".  I told my broker, I wasn't interested in selling the place to a flipper and I wasn't dropping the price just for them.  We spent a decade building an urban farm and really want the next owners to go from there.

Down it $30,000?  We can carry it for almost two years for that much money.


Did you try the clown mask thung from TFA?
 
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