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Treehouse Week

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

If your curious as to what kind of treehouse $93,600 will get you, have a boo at the Cedar Spire in Kilmarnock, Scotland. Why would someone build a treehouse for $93,600? Perhaps they have more money than brains. By George, I think I nailed it!

Seeking to both bring new life to their lightning-struck 500-year-old cedar tree and facilitate an attractive play space for their children, the owners of this estate in Fife, Scotland, turned to Britain’s leading experts: the TreeHouse Co. They boldly constructed a 45-foot spire with cedar shingles, a copper turret, a side deck for entertaining the adults, two staircases with multilevel verandas, and a zip slide for fashionable escapes.

My parents made me play with an old boot. Sure, it doesn’t seem as much fun as a 100K treehouse, but that old boot was the best friend I ever had. I could tell it anything, and often I did. And that’s the reason why I had to drown that old boot, it knew too much. I couldn’t afford having that old boot ratting me out. I still miss it though, I miss its feel, i miss its touch. Perhaps I have said too much. Perhaps my story is turning you on too much for your own good. Hey, listen up pervert, go get your own old boot and make your own memories, and stop macking on mine.

Treehouse Week

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

I’m thinking of investing in a treehouse. I figure that since the world is being destroyed by the Pig Flu™, a treehouse is probably one of the safest places to be. Man, is my throat ever sore. Plus, I figure I’d really enjoy living in a tree, it sounds like fun. It’s really hot in here, isn’t it? I wonder if the bank would give me a mortgage for a treehouse? I feel really phlemmy tonight. Treehouses seem like they’re low maintenance, which is good. I’m fatigued, weak, and my bones ache. I feel like another bacon sandwich, I’ll have to get Manuel to make one up for me.

You’re probably wondering what the deal is with this treehouse in the picture. Now, say that last line like Jerry Seinfeld would, “What’s the deal with the treehouse in the picture?” Well Jerry, let me tell you…

Free Spirit Spheres, was originally conceived as a spherical houseboat. It is 10.5 feet in diameter and is suspended by nylon ropes attached to three trees on Vancouver Island.

On Vancouver Island? You could knock me over with a feather, those BC types seem so gosh damned normal to me. I wonder how many qualudes and glasses of vermouth it took to come up with the concept of round?

I knew I shouldn’t have licked that pig this afternoon. Man, is this post ever disjointed.