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Still Waters

[Merged] 'Mr Blobby' house painted in revenge

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A newly-wed couple got back from honeymoon to find their home painted in the style of Mr Blobby - as part of a revenge prank by the groom's brother.

Plasterer Russell O'Rourke, 32, spent two days on the makeover of his brother Steve's home in Hamstel Road, Southend.

It was in retaliation to a joke six years ago when Russell was on honeymoon and Steve, a builder, put up a brick wall across his driveway.

The design has prompted mixed reaction from neighbours.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...-essex-22611581

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Simbi Laveau

That's some seriously messed up sibling rivalry

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shrooma

if I had a brother, and he'd have done that to my house, i'd have

*post edited to remove gratuitous description of torture, violence, and disfigurement*

all over his wife's forehead too!

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Big Bad Voodoo
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freetoroam

Haha, love it. What a way to get his own back.

Can`t wait to see the xmas lights display he has planned, (if he has planned one)

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Ryu

Well..look at it this way. If someone ever needs to find his house, they'll have no problems now!

Actually, it's not so bad...could've been worse. Could have been florescent orange and green!

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