The dead eyes opened…

An associate of Ranting Perth Journo Girl saw these…things in a display home. Now would these help convince you to buy one of these homes, or make you run screaming? 

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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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63 Responses to The dead eyes opened…

  1. Hugh Jass says:

    That’s fucked up. A display home? Would have to be in Clarkson, and at least a shitty builder like Plunkett.

    That a nightmare.

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  2. Hugh Jass says:

    WTF man do you have to approve all comments before things are posted now? That’s gheeey… GHEY

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  3. monkeypants says:

    wow! they look like art by someone in therapy for manic depression with suicidal tendencies. worst and a bit wrong.

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  4. shazza says:

    Worst if they were in the kids room.

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  5. Richarbl says:

    That depends, if the home has features like a soundproof cellar and a secluded location then this artwork is entirely appropriate.

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  6. Ryzo says:

    It reflects the depression that descends on new home buyers when they realise they’ve locked themselves into lifelong debt with a mortgage.

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  7. Onanist says:

    “It puts on the lotion”

    The poor girls seems to have UTIs and worms.

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  8. David Cohen says:

    Haiku 6030:
    Buy our nice home and
    You’ll always be in the crypt
    At your fun parties.

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  9. flynn says:

    just think how much better Munch’s ‘The Scream’ would be if it it had the title across the painting like these.

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  10. Pfortner says:

    now they remind me of Grug.

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  11. Bill O'Slatter says:

    Tim Burton’s house.

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  12. David Cohen says:

    Who is Ranting Perth Journo Girl, or RPJG, by the way?

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  13. Mez says:

    there is a signature bottom left. Any chance of a close-up LA?

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  14. Juice says:

    $20 says it was painted by a young woman aged between 23 and 30.

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