Mar 9, 2008

555-2312



Can you tell where this is?
Yes, I know it's kind of obvious but just play along and try not to (cheat and) look too closely. Never mind. I know it's impossible.

There's even the phone number and her stationery storage location!

Here's even more information than you (but not I) could ever want

(thanks Michael. You know me all too well.)

8 comments:

thombeau said...

Mary & Rhoda Magazine! How perfect!!!

Silly Monkey said...

Well, I FINIALLY figured out one of your little mysteries. How pathetic am I? All your literature ones go over my head, but I can spot Mary's apartment in 2 seconds. ;P

Frontier Psychiatrist said...

And all this time I thought I lived in a studio apartment.

Apparently not.

ayem8y said...

When I was kid all the college girls wanted Mary’s apartment. Most of them had one very similar. Victorian houses, garage sales, and World Bazaar all contributed to the recreations.

Miss Janey said...

Verrry nice, Jason.

No Milk said...

this is just tooo funny.

Breezy said...

Who knew all these years that I had almost a carbon copy of Mary's apt.? It wasn't as Fabulous as hers though.

I did own a big letter C though. hehehe!

Ladrón de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

I planned my first couple of apartments around that design. I resisted having a big gold "G" (my real first initial, not "J" for Junk) on one of the walls. That "studio" would be called a massive loft apartment in San Francisco.