Why didn’t I think of that??
Why didn’t I think of that??
Concrete jungle where dreams are made of? Not so much. (2:01)
Finally, information you can actually use in the real world.
“East Awesometown” = actually West Murderville.
It’s the hardest thing you’ll ever do. Not counting actually LIVING with people.
A five-alarm fire leveled a Texas apartment complex that was under construction in downtown Houston. No injuries reported.
You really shouldn’t have tried Craigslist.
Or your second, or third, or…
The Stone Age is, like, so over.
Unfortunately, the Toilet Paper Fairy won’t be paying any visits.
Photos from the fringes of China’s biggest cities. Toilets built under bed lofts, groups of renters crammed in underground windowless rooms — how the great migrations towards cities create cramped living conditions.
Admit it, you totally do this stuff. And so does your roomie.
Or at least … the things you wish you could upgrade. Because I hate you, Ikea salad spinner.
Isn’t this supposed to be easier than buying a house?
Or live in misery FOREVER.
One Beijing businessman’s dream to live on a mountain on top of a building is dashed because his idea is really, really dangerous.
Cost of living calculators are often too general to be useful. What if you have a pet, or if you want to belong to a gym? What if you want to live like P. Diddy? BuzzFeed built one that takes all that into account.
And oh my god are they horrible.
So, you want to fix up that gross apartment or dorm you’re subletting this summer, but don’t want to lose your deposit? Here are some easy ways to brighten up your space without permanent damage.
You don’t need an outdoor space to grow plants. Promise.
Safe to say that this pooch has what it takes to be a photobomb legend.
DO. NOT. WANT.
Remember when you thought being on your own was the best thing ever? Yeah, those were the days.
Here are the first photo from the scene, taken just minutes ago. The two Navy pilots managed to successfully eject and, as of this writing, no one was killed. Three people, including the pilots, have been hospitalized with minor injuries. UPDATED: Video of the immediate aftermath has surfaced.
And if you don’t already live in one, you’ll want to after seeing these photos.
Take a tour of actress and fashionista Chloe Sevigny’s NYC closet in this video produced by the clothing line Opening Ceremony. Chloe has some quirky keepsakes in there from the “Gummo” wardrobe as well as a “nice ass” label on her mirror. (via doobybrain.com)
The Astor Suite at midtown Manhattan’s Plaza Hotel has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a library, and iPad that, like, turns on the fireplace or whatever. It rents for a whopping $165,000 a month. The current owner, who remains anonymous, bought the palace from Esprit founder Jurgen Friedisch for $30 million.
Like so many millions of people, Eric Schneider wanted to live in Manhattan but couldn’t afford a typical apartment. What he did with his 450 square feet of
closet living space is pretty cool.
Manhattan architect Luke Clark Tyler pays $800 to live in a 78 square foot shoebox studio. It’s too narrow to fit a bed lengthwise, but using a bit of plywood and 2x4s, he built his own custom bed/couch. (via bestweekever.tv)
An earnest gentleman named Paul is soliciting friends with this lengthy note, slipping it under doors in his apartment building. He likes “whole-body-ball.” Is that a euphemism? View Image ›