People Are Howling At This Apartment Listing's Terrible Photoshopping
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Featured Image Credit: Twitter / @caitiedelaney
Twitter is going wild for a series of badly photoshopped apartment listing photos - and the comments thread is a comedy gold mine.
Now, we've seen some questionable photoshopping in our time, but the dodgy augmented furniture in these property pics is unlike anything we've witnessed before.
It was TV writer Caitie Delaney (who tweets under the handle @caitiedelaney) who gave us the gift of the hysterical snaps, with a caption reading: "losing my f*cking mind at these apartment listing photos."
Caitie, firstly, we don't blame you. And secondly - thank you.
Essentially, what would otherwise be perfectly polished and presentable property shots have been ruined by the addition of furniture we assume is intended to make the apartment looked 'lived in'.
In what looks like a bedroom (simply captioned 'great room') there's inexplicably a grey two-seater sofa levitating like homeware's answer to Casper the Friendly Ghost over the floorboards.
Best of all, in true supernatural style, the floating coach isn't reflected in the mirrored wardrobe opposite. Spooky!
Moving on to the kitchen, what could have been a photo of a fresh and modern space with marble worktops has been gate-crashed by a comically large potted plant and floating bar stools with spindly, mis-matched legs.
We have a lot of questions, tbh.
Who's behind this, erm, photoshop wizardry? What were they thinking at the time? Do they really think spaghetti leg bar stools make a space look homely?
Whatever the answer, the ghostly furniture is a hit online, with Caitie's Tweet racking up over 50K likes.
"That couch is gonna scuttle away like a land crab," wrote one commentator.
"Vampire loveseat has no reflection," quipped another.
"I need the number of their staging guy," chimed in a third.
While another joked: "This two bed apartment is perfect for people who own an aspect ratio adjustable couch."
We'd like all property listings to come with photoshopped haunted house furnishings from now on, please.