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Pepesforfreedom 3 points ago +3 / -0

They’re like big campers

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Pepesforfreedom 3 points ago +3 / -0

These are fine for one minimalist person, two tops. Maybe a dog or cat. Kids? Fuck no. The amount of shit accumulated is overwhelming.

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AkaCoco 2 points ago +2 / -0

Diverse and not racist? Oh god please explain how the fuck that’s related to having a shed for a home

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TAIWANNUMBERONE 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's all code for white genocide. They want all white suburbs and rural areas replaced with ghettos.

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AkaCoco 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good point, these sort of articles, especially from the WEF, aren’t exactly a black demographic.

Apparently having a house that you worked hard to own is toxic whiteness or some other bullshit.

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MakeAmericaZimbabe 1 point ago +1 / -0

The elite gonna do that to? The Viet Song and Green Berets eat bugs, good skills to have.

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Alpha_Lemming 1 point ago +1 / -0

The rich are going to move into the house like the pigs in Animal Farm.

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0815 0 points ago +1 / -1

Tiny homes are BS, they are as much BS as large mansions. The cost of a tiny home is sky high in comparison to a regular lets say 1500sqft home. The perceived savings are not worth the major inconvenience. How many if these hipsters permanently live in these "design" studies? Not many. Mostly temporary. Most cost is in interior build out. But also useless "architectural" features cost the future homeowner major $. Dumb roof designs and fake dormers will be expensive and more expensive in the future for re-roofing. Also much more prone to workmanship mistakes. Everyone loves architecture magazines where they show off cool features. A lot of them are government buildings. In each of these artucles you need to search for square footage and the cost. It is often not even mentioned. Guess why? It creates a desire in the reader to have cool things like that as well. But the majority of people cab't afford the size and the $500-900 per square foot prices of those showpieces. A typical client often wants a castle for the price of a dog house or is on a "tight" budget.