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Which Horrific Pictures are From Real Atlanta Listings?

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So you fancy yourself an Atlanta real estate expert, do you? Are you a pro when it comes to mind-bogglingly awful ways to promote a property? We'll see about that. This week, we've scoured the Internet to find a few of the most perplexing listing photos imaginable, right here in the ATL. And now it's time to make a game of them! Here's how this works: 1.) After the jump, find three batches of intensely horrible photographs. Believe it or not, one batch was culled from Atlanta properties currently on the market. 2.) Vote for the batch you think is real. 3.) Sanitize your hands. 4.) On Monday, we'll reveal the answer and provide listing links. Please, no cheating.

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BATCH 1:


^ Looks like someone left Sparky in charge of cleaning up the crime scene.
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^ A listing agent's way of saying, "Hey, man, at least we vacuumed."
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^ "... and here we have the parlor for the ghosts of great-grandmothers."
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^ For discerning toddlers who think anything less than Victorian-style baby gates would be uncivilized.
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^ For parents who think life-altering safari nightmares are hilarious!


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BATCH 2:


^ Because nothing says "stable neighborhood" like a TSA-grade metal detector included with the property.
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^ The old "Let me hide my face in the middle of the vanity" trick.
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^ Blurry bathroom pics are understandable when you take them through pervy peepholes.
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^ "... and here, again, you can see the built-in security system in this room."
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^ HGTV 101: Nothing says, "Buy me now!" like thumbnail photos of grotesque fuse boxes.


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BATCH 3:


^ The moribund window A/C unit + a photograph = pure buyer repellent.
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^ "Honey, what this room needs is a cheesy-ass, drone-like ceiling fan."
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^ In the argument against legalizing marijuana in Georgia, this is Exhibit A.
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^ "We're bringing popcorn back ... them coffered ceilings don't how to act."
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^ This dog might be cute, but that expression says one thing: "I just killed something I shouldn't have."

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