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“Peekaboob view” marketing boobs and bloopers

These very real marketing bloopers have been spotted in the wild and they’re so ridiculous, we have to share them with you right away. Enjoy.


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Hi, folks – this week I’m traveling through the Midwest, so please be forewarned that I am looking for MLS and real estate marketing bloopers in your market. Use that spell-check application and be sure to proof-read, because Big Boober is lurking. Pun intended. Enjoy this week’s funny gaffes:

Wrong Move

“Peekaboob view” (Yes, I can see one from here.)

“Wine and Chess open” (For those with checkered reputations…)

“Pad reminiscent of the Ratt Pack” (Offered by Savant Realty. Motto: We can spell “reminiscent,” but we can’t spell “rat.”)

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“Wall be open Tuesday” (Uh, if you’re referring to Berlin, you missed something big.)

“Join us for a moonlit night under the sand” (Methinks you’re already lit, pal.)

Wrong Decision

“Saultwater pool” (Memo: Never swim in a pool after Saul has downed a six-pack.)

“Were here foryou 24 hors a day.” (Thanks, but get some sleep before you hurt someone.)

“Refi & remorse mortgages” (Tattered sign in a vacant Countrywide office.)

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“Nights under stars” ( Here in Hollywood, that’s referred to as a casting couch.)

“Wine and 3 piece condo” (Open house hosted by San Andreas Red Flagged Realty.)

Wrong Turn

“Close to shopping and calfes” (For those who have always wanted to live in a silo.)

“Nickanemd Casa Splenddor” (So how are those electroshock treatments going for you?)

“Need designer’s touch” (If the designer is Brad Pitt, then so do I.)

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“Incurable workmanship” (That’s a great spin for “fixer”…or are you referring to Capitol Hill?)

Just Plain Wrong

“Focks of ducks on the canal” (What the fock does that mean?)

That’s it for this week, folks. Remember: spell well and sell!

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  1. tobyboyce

    July 17, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    “Pad reminiscent of the Ratt Pack” (Offered by Savant Realty. Motto: We can spell “reminiscent,” but we can’t spell ”rat.”) …. now it could be a very clever way to sell a home that needs some repair say like a hotel room after the band Ratt spent a weekend there?

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