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The Dangers Of Living In A 102 Year Old House (13 pics)

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A couple living in this 102 year old house were woken up by the sound of a TV falling through their ceiling but luckily they weren't hurt. The TV miraculously survived the fall as well.

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№1 Author: No1 (6 Oct 2016 04:35) Total user comments: 1449


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Yup. Happened to me a week before Christmas a few years ago. Living room ceiling came down exactly like that one. Such a mess. The dust in the horsehair plaster is repulsive. 112 year old house. Ugh.
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№2 Author: MartinEssex (6 Oct 2016 15:09) Total user comments: 109


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It's got nothing to do with age... it's just a poorly built house ffs!

The house I grew up in was a small cottage over a 1000 (yes, thousand) years old... it was listed in the Domesday Book. It had Viking longship beams in the roof structure... that house never caused a problem, even though it was a modest abode!
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№3 Author: Slugsie (6 Oct 2016 22:27) Total user comments: 1567


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What BS, my house is about 140 years old, and nothing like this has even remotely happened.
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