A weird house in Somerset.

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Thats one weird house, as I went through the pictures I thought it was some kind of freemasons lodge then it just turned into an S&M dungeon lol. Great find.
 

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Thats one weird house, as I went through the pictures I thought it was some kind of freemasons lodge then it just turned into an S&M dungeon lol.

Could be both.

I'd tell you more, but I'll have to inspect your nipple first, and make the traditional enquiry about the health of the goat.
 

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the more i hear about this house the more interesting it becomes.
 

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Very odd.....kind of Alton towers meets swingers club with a bit of hammer horror thrown in.

Was there pampas grass in the front garden by any chance? I once heard that it is/was a way for 'swingers' to indentify one another's properties.
 

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I've heard that about pampas grass too!

What an interesting explore. I was thinking it might of been some sort of 'gents club'!
 

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Was there pampas grass in the front garden by any chance? I once heard that it is/was a way for 'swingers' to indentify one another's properties.

Christ!!!!

You really do learn something new every day don't you?

I'm nipping off outside now to check my neighbours front gardens

:mrgreen:
 

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Was there pampas grass in the front garden by any chance? I once heard that it is/was a way for 'swingers' to indentify one another's properties.

oh sh*t that explains the strange looks from the neighbors.....

wheres me spade
 

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oooh im shocked

actualy, i googled it and it is or was a well known thing.
 

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Was there pampas grass in the front garden by any chance? I once heard that it is/was a way for 'swingers' to indentify one another's properties.

Jesus Christ, I hope not, there's some in my front garden lol
 

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Oh well. I might as well stop winking at the couple from number 36 then

:mrgreen:

There is a suggestion that it was true in the 70s, in which case 80% of the countries population were swingers in the 70s... ;)
 

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Really? Because I googled it and discovered it was an urban myth...

However, if you see someone in a caravan, with a stand of pampas in a portable container just outside the front door, you might have reason to be suspicious.
 

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It's giant butterflies on the outside of the house that gives it away, apparently, not pampas grass, or so someone told me once :mrgreen:
 

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It's giant butterflies on the outside of the house that gives it away, apparently, not pampas grass, or so someone told me once :mrgreen:

:swoon:

This can't be true. My parents have two giant butterflies on their house (mostly entombed by the ivy, it must be said). As everyone knows, no parents ever had anything to do with sex.
 

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