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A hilarious video encapsulating the ache that many budding Aussie homebuyers expertise when attending an public sale goes viral,
YouTube consumer friendlyjordies posted the painfully correct clip Monday, which has already clocked virtually 130,000 views in 24 hours.
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Because the public sale commences, the auctioneer touts a few of the interesting elements of the home, together with the truth that the home “is stuffed to the brim with cockroach eggs… doorways and home windows are additionally obtainable.”
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The five-minute video exhibits a number of stereotypical characters that you could be count on to see at a typical public sale in Sydney proper now, and ends with the sobering assertion.
“Auctions: the place 30 12 months olds are reminded how a lot their lives suck each Saturday.”
Viewers had been in settlement that the video, whereas vulgar in components, is pretty spot on.
“As a former agent the one factor I disagree on is how excessive the bidding began, ought to have began at 200k with 100 bidders.” Mana Glen mentioned.
“Oh man the Greek rising from the scrub was the icing on the cake, or ought to I say lemon on the meringue,” one consumer commented.
“I favored Jordies when he made me giggle, now he simply makes me depressed and wish to cry,” remarked one other.
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