Late last week a friend of mine shared a real estate listing on Facebook. Since my wife and I are house-shopping, I figured it'd just be fun to scan through, even though $750k was a tad bit out of our price range.

coldwellbankerhomes.com/

As I scrolled through the pictures on the listing, I was impressed by the size of the house, but something caught my eye towards the end. Did I just see a bed with chains and a swing attached to it? Is that a riding crop and a flogger hanging from the wall? Is that a wooden X with straps on it?

When my wife came home from work I casually mentioned I found a nice house to check out, in hopes I could surprise her with a mansion that included a full sex dungeon. As she scrolled through, I was disappointed to discover that the pictures in question had been removed!

Vice managed to screencap a few so you can still see them here:

Okay, so...your kinks are your own, I won't shame anyone for being into what they're into.

BUT

There is no chance I would want used sex gear. The house has been rented as an Airbnb, which means who knows what kind of random weirdo has left fluids there. Sure, it looks nice and clean for the real estate listing, and to be honest the gleaming white floors and walls do look pristine...but I still think if I managed to buy that house, I'd just turn the basement into a game room or home theatre or something. Even if I was so inclined to keep my own sex dungeon, I'd prefer to have new gear rather than used.

And yeah, I totally understand that literally every hotel I've ever stayed in was used by people I don't want to think about, but I'm not buying the hotel room to live in forever, I'm just passing through like the others.

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