Vancouverites are all too familiar with how pricey it is to afford even the tiniest apartment in the city.
A 600-square-foot apartment in downtown Vancouver can cost you more than $2,000 in rent per month. That’s a lot for a space that feels more like a closet than a home.
And while Vancouver’s housing market can be a depressing topic to talk about, there has been some recent comedic relief on Twitter.
#MyHouseIsSoSmall was trending earlier today and we are pretty sure that it resonates with many Vancouverites.
Good to know you’re probably not the only one out there who thinks their house is smaller than a shoebox.
#MyHouseIsSoSmall I have to imagine a backyard
— Necro Bunny (@necrobun) April 11, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall my tiny house nation episode was only five minutes including commercials
— Chris Todd (@ctodd1953) April 11, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall I keep it in my wallet when I go out
— John Kilby (@TheKilbyJoke) April 11, 2017
I have to go outside to change my mind.
— Stop touching that! (@lol_e_pop) April 12, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall when the postman pushes a letter through the letterbox it pushes me out the back door.
— Bakers old Treehouse (@bringbakerback) April 12, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall that you can’t lay down or stand up
— damn straight (@damnstraighty) April 11, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall that I can sell all the ticket to my one man play.
— Mike “Jerk!” DeRusha (@Mike_DeRusha) April 11, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall I can answer the door without getting out of bed.
— Patch Bohan (@Trickpatch) April 11, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall the cockroaches have complained
— Daniel Gelbart (@lvgelbart) April 11, 2017
#MyHouseIsSoSmall that when the cat uses the litter box my feet get wet.
— Skepticlese (@Skepticlese) April 11, 2017
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