Sunday, December 2, 2007

Massive Focused Action

I just cleaned and repaired my toilet. In most circles this would be nothing to boast about. However, I believe that it's more "rehab" than Casey ever did on any of his houses.


Akubi said...

Thanks for putting a SFW post up so I don't need to worry about boobs at the top of the page if I post tomorrow. Has Edgar checked out all the sweet finds on his blog today?

Ogg the Caveman said...

No idea. He'd better though, or I'm going to get all butthurt.

Anonymous said...

Hi guys! Nice toidy!

Q: What is that thing on the wall?

Q: Nice golden hue on the pew!

Q: Can I submit to this blog?

Q: What does butthurt mean?

Woohoo! A new toilet blog!

Anonymous said...

Will you put the "tongue in the toilet" animated pic on the sidebar please? I just love that one.

Anonymous said...

TP for my bunghole

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

More tp

Anonymous said...

A budding poet trying his best…

Here I lie in stinky vapor,
Because some bastard stole the toilet paper,
Shall I lie, or shall I linger,
Or shall I be forced to use my finger.

Before he graduated to be a poet, he wrote this…

Here I sit
Broken hearted
Tried to shit
But only farted

Someone who had a different experience wrote

You’re lucky
You had your chance
I tried to fart,
And shit my pants!

Ogg the Caveman said...

I read a slightly different version in a highway restroom stall once:

Here I sit all brokenhearted
Tried to shit but only farted
The other day I took a chance
Tried to fart and shit my pants.

As for your questions about the toilet, Edgar, they are best directed to Fliptard.

Akubi said...

I have the George W toilet paper!

Anonymous said...

That rocks!

Anonymous said...

In February 2006, Casey Serin successfully executed a wholesaling deal on this Durham, North Carolina property, tying it up with a contract and assigning the contract to another investor for a net profit of $400. He later described the process:

I got a motivated seller lead online for a person trying to sell a really ugly house in North Carolina for $10,000. I got some pictures from her (see above), checked the comps and talked to some local professionals. I quickly figured out because of the condition of the house and the neighborhood it wasn’t worth much more than the lot value. (It was a tiny lot).

I negotiated her down to $4,000 and put the house under contract with a $100 earnest money deposit. I also made a provision for 7 day inspection time during which I can back out for any reason.

During this window I called a bunch of local investors to see if anybody wanted the deal. After dealing with a few different tire-kickers I found somebody who was willing to pay me $500 for my contract. We agreed the money would be paid at closing. They closed as promised. I made $500. Sweet![1] (Editor's Note: In reality, Casey only made $400 since it cost him $100 to purchase the contract.)

He also published the offer letter and contracts he used on Flickr: "TIME IS OF THE ESSENSE".[2][3]. The somewhat-clumsy phrasing inspired hater mogul M. SINGH to attempt a recreation of the offer.

Pictures of the Durham property show an as-yet-unexplained yellow glow coming from the lavatory.[4][5][6][7] Speculations on the cause of the glow have included "demon infestation" and, in an homage to Pulp Fiction, "the location of Casey's soul".

To date, this remains Serin's most successful real-estate deal, both in terms of return on investment and, quite possibly, in absolute return.