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Whada I call it!??!

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Frederick R. Ruffell

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2Storydetached ?
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Mike Garrett RAA

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Give it any name....do you think they really care?

I like to use bungalow because who the hell knows what a bungalow is? Besides it sounds ugggggleeeee too! :idea:
 

Mountain Man

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Ohh, pick me teacher! I know what a bungalow is. :mrgreen: A bungalow is a 1 to 1.5 story house with a broad, long roof line and eaves; as wells as deep and wide shady porches. According to my "Housing Styles at a Glance" handbook, the term bungalow comes to us from India, where low houses with wide roofs and deep porches were common in Bengal. Our word is a British corruption of the Hindu adjective meaning "belonging to Bengal."
 

Dee Dee

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In these parts we call anything especially weird a 'contemporary' design.
That pretty much covers anything that is bizarre looking and makes it sound as if it were meant to be that way. Of course the pictures sometimes tell a different story. :roll:
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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Dee Dee...Darlin. I was thinking about using that term but couldn't remember how to spell contemporary so I switched to bungalow....don't you just love the way that word sounds?

I think you could call it a barn and no one would know the difference or care!
 
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