today i saw this roof, thatched by an old neighbour of ours, with little thatched boxing hares on top
@casey they’re so cute I love them
@pisscotheque I gasped aloud at how lovely this is.
@pisscotheque ohhhhh I miss these works of art! 💜
@pisscotheque damn, do you live in Skyrim
@flowless2 my parents basically live in skyrim
@pisscotheque that’s what they mean by “thatched roof”(!!!)
i’ve never seen anything like that before
@patience yeah it’s basically just when the top of your house is made of straw!! it looks nice and keeps the heat in but it’s a fire hazard
@pisscotheque yah the fire hazard was one of the first things to come to mind, along with mould issues and even leaking in the worst hurricane-force winter storms
@patience they’re a lot sturdier than they look! but yeah, the guy who thatched this used to live in a thatched cottage down the road, until it uhhhh, burned down a few years ago
@pisscotheque “it cannot possibly happen to me twice!”
@pisscotheque are thatched roofs common in jolly old englande???
@georgespolitzer not as common as they used to be, but you still see them in small villages in the countryside! some old houses are listed and need to have them by law i think
@pisscotheque Hmmm ripe for burninating...
@witchfynder_finder trogdor no
@pisscotheque trogdor yes
@pisscotheque a blessing on the person who made it possible for me to read the words "little thatched boxing hares".
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