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Can Anyone Answer This For Me?

Why on Earth are houses so expensive? I mean, here in Australia, a typical, average house will set you back about 400,ooo dollars or so.

Houses are made of wood, or that special blue steel that I’ve seen on the TV. The building materials all involved in making a house cannot be worth 400,000 dollars.

If you’ve paid for a house before, or if you ARE a house, please feel free to answer.



3 thoughts on “Can Anyone Answer This For Me?

  1. I am a house. Trust me.
    And houses like me are expensive because we’re the only ones stopping people from living on streets and so that makes us cocky and super arrogant and super expensive.
    If you live without us for a while though, and give us the cold shoulder, we might soften a bit. But no promises.

    Posted by humorworks | October 27, 2014, 3:38 pm
  2. Im a castle. Not sure if I qualify to leave a comment on this issue. So I will simply say this: it is not the house that is valuable, it is the home.
    But, as I said I am a castle. What the fuck do I know?

    Posted by henrygame | October 27, 2014, 5:16 pm

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