47 Replies to “Video game building IRL Evil Buildings”

  1. I’ve seen this before and I picture it as the end result of that lie and having to build the medical building to keep the lie going.

  2. Dark Helmet: So the combination is one, two, three, four, five. That’s the stupidest combination I’ve ever heard in my life! That’s the kinda thing an idiot would have on his luggage!

  3. “Oh jeez, I must have left the stub text in the plans by mistake, I’m sorry Leslie.”

    “At least you didn’t mess up the Latin poem in the lobby, that came out GREAT.”

    “Thanks Andy.”

    “lorem ipsum is my favorite Latin poem”

    “Wait, did you say lorem ipssum, oh jeez”

    (Laugh track)

  4. This is the firstv place I’ve ever seen on here that I’ve actually passed before. I thought the same thing when I first saw it.

  5. This reminds me of a similarly awkward moment at work.

    Had to rent a U-haul to move some shit from four or five job sites in one day. So the U-Haul person asks, “What’s the address of where you’re moving to?”

    I started to let her know we weren’t moving and she abruptly cut me off. “I just need an address.”

    So I look up on my phone the address of the last site I had to go to that day and I shit you not the address began 11111. When I said the third or fourth one she looked so pissed but that was the honest address.

  6. 1 2 3 4 5, everybody in the car and c’mon let’s drive

    To the Surgery Center on the corner.

    Dear god, please, somebody drive, I can’t keep my guts inside.

  7. It might be a military/Tricare facility. Civilian or dependant facilities that are not on base tend to usually have generic names as a deterrent from terrorist attacks since they are considered easy targets.

  8. I saw this building! It was in Santa Cruz(?) Somewhere. Near SF. We walked by it and it was seriously weird. It also had all these creepy upside down tree looking plants outside.
    Best alien trying to be human attempt I’ve seen so far!

  9. AUGH I used to drive by this building every day! I’ve had a procedure done in it, too.

    Always looks fake to me, like it’s a front for a crime group or something.

  10. Sort of like how when retailers ask for your ZIP code. No, look, 12345 *is* actually a real zip code for Schenectady, NY.

  11. I used to work at a call center. People would call in to order high speed internet services.
    When their address was like “County Road 96”
    I was thought they lived in the middle of B.F.E. No way they have internet there.
    I was usually right.

  12. This is how literally all the hospital medical buildings are labeled in Texas, is this strange?

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