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The Many Questions I Have About This Viral House: A List

So very many questions. (Image credit: Reddit user liquidthc) Have you seen this house? It went viral this year after being uploaded to Reddit thread /r/funny back in March. User liquidthc is the one who noticed something strange about this South Carolina home—can you spot it? READ MORE »
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