WTFSometimes, the Wednesday WTF is innocuous on the outside — it seems fairly pedestrian from the outside, and then you get about three photos in to the listing and then you’re like, “Oh, yeah, that’s definitely WTF.”

Such is the case with our WTF today. This unassuming three-bedroom, two-bath home in Newark, Delaware, seems pretty normal on the outside — albeit lacking in curb appeal.

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Yeah. We don’t know either (photos courtesy TerribleRealEstateAgentPhotos.com).

If you really love crazy real estate things, you might not feel that our weekly Wednesday WTF is enough.

Today, I will give you Christmas early and provide you with something to look at in the interim. However, I must warn you that it is not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach. (more…)

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I can’t imagine anything more WTF than getting bitten on the posterior by anything whilst trying to settle down on a toilet to do one’s business.

And yet, here we are. (more…)

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Oh, you will want to be reading this (photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons).

I thought for sure I’d have a hard time finding a Thanksgiving-ish Wednesday WTF because let’s face it — gratitude and weird stuff don’t exactly always go together. (more…)

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In this week’s edition of Wednesday WTF, we’ll be taking a look at home decor.

Thanksgiving is next week, and Christmas will be on its heels — which means only one thing: You’re probably looking for a few things to spruce up the old hacienda.

Well, have we ever got a few things to show you. Wondrous, amazing(ly horrible and really embarrassing) things to show you.

And we worked hard on this, too. I mean, seriously, I think we should be creating a WTF version of the HGTV Dream Home with these things so we can get the opportunity to see them in the wild. (more…)

Whether you think it looks like mushrooms, alien spaceships, or Queen Anne’s Lace, the Mushroom House is either cool or weird. Or both.

This week’s Wednesday WTF has me conflicted. I mean, the house is definitely unusual and shaped like several mushrooms, but it’s also really kind of cool.

Meet the Mushroom House. Located in Pittsford, New York, it is 4,100 square feet of IDK and 68 square feet of WTF, and was built between 1970 and 1972, mostly by architect James Johnson for Robert and Marguerite Antell. (more…)

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The exterior photos of this Princeton, Kentucky, listing are completely lovely. Then you see inside.

Just looked at this stately manse. It’s what I like to call “grand from the curb.” It is also, much like a Twinkie wrapped in kale, something that looks great for you but is stuffed with WTF on the inside. (more…)

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Don’t let this pool fool you. It’s just a cool respite from alien probes and ghost tantrums, according to its current owners.

The current owners of this week’s Wednesday WTF say they sometimes wake up with weird bruises and puncture marks on their body and … Hi, no. (more…)