About two months ago I thought it would be a neat idea to start collecting pictures of all the green houses in The Outer Sunset for a Saint Patrick’s Day post. Then a few gigabytes later I realized that I was in danger of breaking my computer and quite possibly the Internet if I posted them all at once. I’ve since edited it down to just those green houses that I think are architecturally interesting or a good representation of The Outer Sunset. Enjoy –
This house reminds me of the kinds of goofy sunglasses and other fashion accessories that Kayne West has made trendy recently.
You know, Michael Jackson really did have one of the best deaths of all time.
I always imagined that if Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog got married and realized that they loved each other but could not stand to live in the same house with each other they would be neighbors out here like these two.
And why does Miss Piggy get TWO satellite dishes and Kermit has none? That’s not fair.
I thought I was pretty clever for writing that bit and then immediately afterwards I discovered over a dozen other instances where there was a loud green house next door to a loud pink house.
All the years that I’ve lived here I’ve been oblivious to this “Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog as neighbors in The Outer Sunset” meme and now I can’t leave the house without them stalking me. Way to jinx yourself there, Mike.
I wouldn’t really call the house on the left green, maybe it was at one time but right now it looks like it’s been molded over by some turquoise fungi color, but check out his neighbor to the right. I feel dirty just looking at it. The same crap that collects around your toilet bowl is growing around his windows. Lovely. This picture reminds me that even though I make fun of all the loud, tacky colors in The Outer Sunset, I really do appreciate it when a homeowner will take pride in the upkeep of their home.
C’mon Buddy, you live in a piece of charcoal.
A giant piece of moldy charcoal.