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Not Mush room

I spent hours looking all over the Internet trying to find out what kind of toadstools or mushrooms these are. They look so ‘almost’ like many both toadstool and mushroom pictures I looked at – that I gave in. I wondered if Fairy Estate Agents (I believe they are called something like Fairy Realtors in America. Is that right?) had the same problems when it comes to advertising a vacancy. Is it important, I wonder? Is it perhaps a status symbol? Would some Fairies rather die than be seen living in a toadstool? Or are Toadstools in fact, the more desirable residences? If I advertised a three bed, two reception, two bath, detached Toadstool, would I have responses from a more up-market selection of purchasers if I offered it as a Mushroom with separate double garage? If the location was identical in both cases, of course.

I started searching for the origin of the idea that fairy folk lived in mushroom houses. So far, Google and I have drawn a blank. We have found that Fairies often live in magical trees, also in the ‘wild-woods’. There are many authorities that hold that they live underground or even that they live all around us but that we just can’t see them. Just who do you believe?

In my opinion, Fairies live at the bottom of the garden. But do they live down there in mushroom or toadstool houses? On a vital question such as this, Google is strangely silent.

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  1. 2013-08-20 at 04:17

    Realtors is the right word. I like the idea of a fairy realtor, would it be like fairy gold, a house gone in the morning?

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    • 2013-08-20 at 11:49

      That sounds good! – Do you think we’ve hit on a niche in the market?

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      • 2013-08-20 at 12:58

        Could be. 🙂 The mushroom niche, right across the tracks from the toadstool niche. 🙂

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      • 2013-08-20 at 13:27

        We’re on the right track

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  2. 2013-08-26 at 17:05

    great shot David

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