People Who Found Surprises In Their New Homes (18 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       8 Jul 2021       3548       7 GALLERY VIEW



“Cleaning out my grandma’s old house and found these BK burger boxes from 1990.”

“Symbols carved over a door in our new house”

“A drawing found under wallpaper in my house on the original walls”

“I moved the dryer in our new house and found $105 in the vent.”

“New house has a drawer that goes around the sink.”

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“Vintage board games found in an attic of new house.”

“Original thermostat was never removed, put my new thermostat next to it (house built 1957).”

“My mother-in-law’s new house has a built-in cassette player that plays through the entire house.”

“We found a clock that goes anti-clockwise in our new house.”

“So we found this safe at our new home.”

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“My new house came with (art?) on a random wall.”

“My friends found a Kansas City Star newspaper from roughly 1955 in the drywall of their new house.”

“My new house has a fire extinguisher from 1976.”

“My aunt bought a new house that has a coffee maker built into the wall.”

“This old 7up can I found in the attic of my new house.”

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“Got a new house, has a locked safe.”

“Refitting our new house’s loft (attic) and found $690 (£500) of 1981 currency wrapped in insulation!”

Bonus: “After I bought this house, I was informed my neighbors do it big for Christmas. I spent a lot of money already buying a new tree and all the decorations for the inside, so I talked to my neighbor and we came up with the perfect solution.”


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Hattie 10 month s ago
#2 Those are livestock brands, mostly used on cattle.
       
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Drusilla 10 month s ago
#9 Anti-clockwise? If there was only a word like counter-clockwise available......
       
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Ivy 10 month s ago
Drusilla, anti-clockwise is also correct, and it’s used in most English-first countries.
       
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Ignatzio 10 month s ago
Ivy,Nope, counter-clock or counter-clockwise is the more common term. Besides it's got that iterative rhythm going for it.
       
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Billiewilhelm 10 month s ago
Ignatzio,

Ivy never said anything about it being more common... Just that it was also correct.
       
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Mindy 10 month s ago
Billiewilhelm, Anti-clockwise is used more commonly in standard English. Counterclockwise is more usual in simplified English.
       
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Henrietta 10 month s ago
#9 it's meant to be viewed through a mirror. Old barber shops had them.
       
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