“The FUN Room”

this was done by two teenage girls while i was having a food shop…two hours and six cans of spray paint later, their masterpiece, do you think i can get my damage deposit back?



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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=680472543 Sarah Kushner

    I’d be handing two teenage girls a some paint rollers, a bucket of “killz” and, and some indoor paint… and mention that no one is going anywhere until the room is back in pristine condition.

    • Anonymous

      I’m sorry, but I like this! And teenagers change their minds as often as they change their outfits. It would be interesting to let them use the “fun” room as a creative outlet! Painting that room wouldn’t be that difficult …

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=502721824 Em Dee Tee

    it is a rental house? aargh! my heart would have exploded.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Amanda-Bernard/1138832705 Amanda Bernard

    Oh my god!! Let me tell you if they were my teenage girls I’d be making them clean that all up and paint it until it was the condition you left it in. What got into their heads??

  • Sarah

    honestly… love, music notes, stars… could have been much, much worse. 🙂 I agree with making the girls clean up, though!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Heather-McCollum-Schebel/713118242 Heather McCollum Schebel

    Uhhh…I did that with my sister, about 20 years ago. Dad had spraypainted an American Flag on the wall in the unfinished basement for Cub Scout meetings so my sister and I decided to add rainbows and peace signs. Strangely, Dad was not pleased.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Juniper-Jupiter/100000505486884 Juniper Jupiter

      I would’ve loved to have seen the pictures of the transpiration! 😀

  • Kelli J

    I agree, those girls better be painting it back…..and they’d have to pay for the paint too!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1162094496 Victoria Reed

    Bless your girls! Positive, uplifting graffiti… my boys went with “420” and other not-so-charming countercultural comments. It is my contention that there is absolutely NO rationale for public sales of neon orange spraypaint. If they sell it, kids WILL spray!
    My favorite graffiti stories are told about my one teenage son who INSISTED on signing his “artwork.” Right. With his real name.
    If you spray, you will pay. ‘Nuff said!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ann-Hale-McWilliams/1066301363 Ann Hale McWilliams

    That is an ass whoopin’ if I ever saw one. After they get done repainting the room, but before they give up their ipods, cell phones, computers, and any social events they had planned for the next 2-3 months. Geez.

  • Anonymous

    Its Time they left Home for good me thinks! I would KILL MINE if they did that….I hope they cleaned it up!

  • kiannafleur

    LOL – KILZ. Covers everything, no worries. I have seen things need two coats, though.

    When my kids were teens, I let them decorate like this if they asked, and if they thought about it and talked about their planning over a period of months…. AND they understood they were required to change it back to apartment-management approved white before we moved. I would have gotten my deposit back, but the manager decided AFTER a “clean Exit walk-through” to charge me half of it for damage to a door caused by a bad floor job he had contracted, and I was out of state and unable to contest it without paying a lawyer more than my deposit. The other half was assessed for damage to a door that my son hid with a strategically placed poster — discovered on our last day in that apartment!

    • kiannafleur

      Yes, that says a door was damaged by a bad floor job — I had actually complained about it in writing when the job was complete and nothing was done.

  • Anonymous

    I like that it’s all positive….love and such…hoping they have the same outlook when it comes time to change it back! and one day your grandkids will get them back! lol.

  • http://twitter.com/QWERTYCommander Christopher Mauro

    I don’t see the big deal. I mean if it was a rental house or an apartment I’d understand. But it’s their room, they should be able to decorate it however they want.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=689460509 Anne Marie McLennon

    Oh Sweet Jeezus. They better run.. they better hide..!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1112611212 Samantha Rowan

    Well, like they said they rule at life, LOL. My kids did this at ages 2 and 3 only with the poster sharpies and 3 white walls, and brand new oak toddler beds…not like I could make them clean it up. I was folding laundry in the front room and they were playing so contently together….HAHA! Also, my son colored himself and his sister (they were batman and catwoman, and the drawings all over the walls were their “MOBEEEEELS Mommy” I laughed so hard until I was painting….not so much then. They were green for a week! They colored their eyelids, inside their bellybuttons, EVERYWHERE! I still laugh about it….that was also a rental. They came out of the bedroom and my son said “ida BATMAN Mommy” and his sister was just grinning from ear to ear…they were so proud! I WISH I had taken pictures 🙁

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=999937958 Anonymous

    Teenagers, you say? I would be sorely tempted to do violence upon them.

    Seriously, though, any repairs or repainting would be coming out of the allowance they wouldn’t be getting for months.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1484706788 Kandi Newby

      Oh yeah Tempted is putting it mild. Maybe after I cooled down I’d shop for their headstones !! Realistically, as for the allowance; they would continue to get it ,however, they would only hold it in their hand for a split second, then they would hand it back to pay for the repairs and of course the “fine” that would come as part of the punishment. Man am I ever glad that my baby is over 21 yrs old ! LOL

  • http://profiles.google.com/shhhh100 Kate Sharp

    Seeing the destruction of toddlers and preschoolers is one thing, but TEENAGERS pulling this shit?

    If my teenagers did this, I’d be too embarrassed to post pictures on the internet. Oh, wait. MY teenagers don’t do shit like this.

  • Katarina

    This is what happens, when you laugh and snap a picture, after they’ve ruined something as small children.

  • Anonymous

    There are no words……wait a minute, here it comes —- WTF!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/missyvail Missy Vail

    Meh…. not as bad as it could have been.  A bucket of Kilz and some hard labor will take care of it.  I would be more irritated they didn’t ask first… but it looks like a basement wall so it should be an easy fix.  Some things I just chalk up to “pick your battles”.. in the grand scheme.. not such a bad one to lose.  Mine lost his basement room when he and his friends ninja starred the walls… (paneling).  Yeah… I wasn’t too happy about that one.  They got to patch and paint the walls… then they were not too happy either.  lol