The Internet Trolled This Man's House to Oblivion, Can You See Why?

Is this what you call a design-fail?
Ian Anglin October 6th 2017 Weird
As it often happens, this guy was very proud of his accomplishment. He had finally been able to construct the wooden-foundation house that he always wanted to have. However, people are most vulnerable to doing silly stuff when they are most excited - because we do not notice the small details around this. In this case, the detail is not small, but he missed it nonetheless. Can you see why? Check it out in the photos below
Nothing Really Stuck Out
It was a normal brick house, not too dissimilar to the house above - although he wasn't located in Britain - he was located in our very own continental US. Something did seem a bit off, but I still couldn't put my finger on it.
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It Was Much Worse
Previously, the house he had was much worse than the one he built. This could be a partial explanation of why he missed that crucial, little step in the foundation. Maybe he was just inexperienced in how normally houses are built.
Can You Spot It?
This is it - the big reveal! Can you spot it? Can you spot what is missing here? Alright, if you still haven't spotted it, his error is in the driveway. There is simply no path connecting his house to the street outside, it is just a garage, unconnected to anything!
This is Where Apple Got Its New HQ Design Inspiration From
Have you heard about Apple's new HQ in California? It is designed to carefully mimic a starship - to me, it looks most similar to the ones depicted in Star Trek. It also rather looks like the house this guy build, so I wonder if he was the one that inspired them.
The Teapot Dome
The Teapot Dome is a strange place to be. It is located in Zillah, which is in Washington. It was built in 1922 as a reminder of the then-scandalous Teapot Dome drama involving President Warren G. Harding and a federal petroleum reserve.
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The Boeing 727 House
I love flying, and who else doesn't? But I think the owner of this house, a woman named Joanne Ussary took things to the next level. She spent just $2,000.00 to buy this old wreck of a plane, and an extra $24,000.00 to renovate it into something habitable.
The Toilet-Shaped House?
Writing that title sure was weird, but I have to do the reporting, so you don't have to. Anyway, this giant toilet of a house was built in Suwon, which is a city in South Korea. Construction was finished on November 21, 2007.
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The Nautilus House
This is a seashell-shaped house, called "Nautilus", and it is located in Mexico. It was designed by Senosiain Arquitectos for a couple. I don't think this house is especially bad looking, but I don't think I would live in it. Just not my style.
The Star Trek Voyage House in Leicestershire
In comparison to the first starship-shaped house in this review, I find this place built in Hinckley, Leicestershire (that's in the UK) to be of much higher quality. This is not unexpected since it cost well over five times as much as the other place.
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The Shoe House in Hellam
Hellam is a nice, quiet town in Pennsylvania. Except for this place - a house that was made to specifically look like a cartoon-shoe. But this is understandable as the original owner was Mahlon N. Haines, the local shoe magnate.
The Dutch Cube Houses
I love the Netherlands - it is one of my favorite countries in the world and the only foreign place I've visited TWICE. This apartment complex perfectly catches the Dutch spirit - creative, smart, and a tad wacky - just the way we like it!
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Is That an Apple shop?
Nah, this isn't happening in Manhattan, New York. This photo was actually taken in Tokyo, Japan. I usually thought Japanese people cared about anima and such abstract stuff that I don't get, but this house takes it to the next level.
Roll It!
If you're a fan of skateboarding and you want to hang around with your guys than this house is perfect for you. Beer, chips, and skate are all you need for a good party and stuff. Also, girls love this, so it will definitely help your future dating prospects.
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Squeezed Out
WOW! I think that this person loves to be in tight, congested places. For a claustrophobic person such as me, this is the worst nightmare. Maybe, this person also had claustrophobia, but he overcame it by living in this small creepy house.
Hello, Fairytale World
When I saw this house, it crossed my mind that this guy definitely loves to live in the fairytale world. I suppose, he made it on his own, without any help. Let's be real for a while, who else would build something like this?
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