Saturday, 28 November 2009

My place and yours: That's nyoice, that's different, that's unewesyewl!


This weeks Theme Queen is Toni from Little Suitcase 'That's nyoice, that's different, that's unewesyewl!'

Does your home have a quirky feature or several? Something you throw a strategically placed coat over if people are visiting or avoid telling the real estate agent about? You might be very proud of your house flaw...

Our house has 2 sheds in the back garden, when we viewed the house we didn't think to look in the sheds, we just thought 'Great! more storage space' but on the day we moved in we discovered that one of the shed's housed a fully functioning toilet. I guess they didn't think to remove the outside toilet from those days when you had to go into the back garden to visit the 'thunder box' and to save themselves the trouble they stuck a corrugated shed over it.

It may come in handy one day? To be honest, not really, it isn't that far to the inside toilet.

Thank you Little Suitcase for a great theme and Pip, it will be interesting to discover other people's quirky house traits.

7 comments:

Sally said...

Good for having a back yard party - people don't have to go inside :)
Or you could have a ladies (inside) and gents (outside)

marian said...

i grew up with a loo in the backyard which was the norm way back then if you lived in the bush..i def don't miss the good ole days haha!

midge said...

if that were mine i would be sending the nasty boys in this house who refuse to flush or put the seat down out there to use it

Redness said...

The ideas are already in ... it's a great, practical find as someone's "office" :)

M* (Melanie) said...

LOL, that's a funny discovery. We have a shed out the back that used to house a toilet. They obviously couldn't be bothered knocking the whole lot down so left the out house in tact, just no toilet. It's a handy little shed now.

Sara said...

Oh yes that could definately be the boys toilet!

The Back Shed said...

I agree let the boys go to the outside one!!

 
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