by Brittany High
WARNING: Viewing the following images may make you feel mega ooky in the stomach region. And if you’re lucky, dizzy! This is the Upside-Down House built in Terfens, Austrian by Polish architects Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozhanski. Oh god — NO, Brittany. Don’t make a Polish joke, don’t make a Polish joke. C’mon, you can do this! Just focus on something else. Homelessness! Right. Isn’t this a crazy world we live in? I don’t even have a home (I got a tent set up in the parking lot behind Krispy Kreme) and there are people out there who are building houses all wonky and up-side down for a tourist attraction. I’d be willing to learn how to use the toilet that’s installed on the ceiling if that means I have a place to actually, you know, go. I guess what I’m trying to say is
I’m tired of peeing in a coffee can let me move in?