“The main space is illuminated by several windows that look about fifteen feet high;  they’re leaded glass, which means that when visitors are like, “I love the stained glass windows!”, you can say, in a really condescending voice, “actually, they’re leaded glass.”  (I get chills of anticipation just thinking about it.)  Off the main living room area is the original apse niche, which could be a real thing or could be a typo in the listing that I’m inadvertently passing on because I’m ignorant.”

“The main space is illuminated by several windows that look about fifteen feet high;  they’re leaded glass, which means that when visitors are like, “I love the stained glass windows!”, you can say, in a really condescending voice, “actually, they’re leaded glass.”  (I get chills of anticipation just thinking about it.)  Off the main living room area is the original apse niche, which could be a real thing or could be a typo in the listing that I’m inadvertently passing on because I’m ignorant.”

“There’s also an awesome, roomy patio where you can sit and have a quiet breakfast or drink, or just scream down at the terrible drivers in the circle.  (“Those blinking lights on the corners of your car are to let other people know which way you’re going to turn, you should try them out sometime!!”)”

“There’s also an awesome, roomy patio where you can sit and have a quiet breakfast or drink, or just scream down at the terrible drivers in the circle.  (“Those blinking lights on the corners of your car are to let other people know which way you’re going to turn, you should try them out sometime!!”)”

“There’s also a butler’s pantry and a wine cellar, which you might need to get renovated, because the racks aren’t big enough to hold the $7.99 five-gallon jugs of Ernest & Julio Gallo you favor.  (Hey, no judgment – I recently bought a bottle of Mad Dog because I was having a gnat problem in my kitchen, and I read online that Mad Dog is irresistible bait for gnats, but I ended up drinking – and enjoying – the whole bottle”

“There’s also a butler’s pantry and a wine cellar, which you might need to get renovated, because the racks aren’t big enough to hold the $7.99 five-gallon jugs of Ernest & Julio Gallo you favor.  (Hey, no judgment – I recently bought a bottle of Mad Dog because I was having a gnat problem in my kitchen, and I read online that Mad Dog is irresistible bait for gnats, but I ended up drinking – and enjoying – the whole bottle”

C.A.T.S ON A MISSION: A DC INITIATIVE

Whether we’re way too many games of Words With Friends deep into our phone, scrolling through our enviable Instagram feed, zoning out to the umpteenth episode of Modern Family, reading the news, creeping on Facebook, or just going about our business, there’s one thing that we can never seem to escape: ads. They’re even all up in our grills as we stroll down the street, or go to take the metro. And while some might, quite literally, turn the other cheek…some simply won’t stand for it. Case in point: The Citizens Advertising Takeover Service. C.A.T.S ON A MISSION: A DC INITIATIVE