He Bought A House On Amazon

2 Danny 2 Furious
4 Mar 202417:11

Summary

TLDRThe video script revolves around an astonishing phenomenon where Amazon is selling prefabricated tiny homes, igniting a viral trend among millennials and Gen Z. A young influencer's TikTok showcasing his spontaneous purchase of a $26,000 tiny home on Amazon sparks a frenzy. However, as the video unfolds, the influencer grapples with the house's shortcomings, such as low ceilings, questionable structural integrity, and lack of suitable land. Amidst the chaos, he contemplates using it as an Airbnb, prompting discussions about responsible housing solutions and the potential benefits of tiny homes in addressing the housing crisis.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ˜ฒ Amazon is selling prefabricated tiny houses that can be assembled in a short time (as little as 8 hours or 27 minutes).
  • ๐Ÿ’ฐ These tiny houses on Amazon range in price from around $8,000 to $35,000, making them relatively affordable compared to traditional houses.
  • ๐Ÿ  Some of these tiny houses are made of materials like plastic or metal, raising concerns about structural integrity and insulation.
  • โš ๏ธ There are potential issues with ceiling height, lack of electrical outlets, plumbing, and other essential amenities in some of these tiny houses.
  • ๐Ÿค” The process of buying and setting up these tiny houses on Amazon can be hasty, leading to potential mistakes or oversights.
  • ๐Ÿš๏ธ Some buyers, like the one featured in the script, end up disliking the tiny house they purchased and consider using it as an Airbnb instead of living in it themselves.
  • โš–๏ธ While these tiny houses may provide a more affordable option for homeownership, there are trade-offs in terms of living space and potential quality issues.
  • ๐Ÿ’ป The trend of buying tiny houses on Amazon was sparked by an influencer's video, leading to viral interest and the creation of a dedicated hashtag.
  • ๐ŸŒ The availability of these tiny houses on Amazon taps into the housing affordability crisis faced by millennials and Gen Z.
  • ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ The script highlights the potential pitfalls and downsides of hastily purchasing a tiny house on Amazon without proper research and consideration.

Q & A

  • What is the main topic of the provided transcript?

    -The transcript discusses the phenomenon of buying prefabricated tiny homes from Amazon, as showcased by various social media influencers and content creators.

  • What were some of the concerns raised about the tiny homes purchased from Amazon?

    -Some concerns mentioned include the extremely short time it takes to assemble the homes (as little as 27 minutes), the low ceiling heights making them feel cramped, potential lack of insulation and structural integrity, and lack of essential features like electricity and plumbing in some cases.

  • How much did the tiny homes featured in the transcript cost?

    -The prices mentioned ranged from $8,000 for a smaller 3-star rated home, to $35,000 for a 19x20 ft expandable plastic prefab home, and $26,000 (plus taxes) for the home purchased by the main influencer featured in the transcript.

  • What did the influencer who purchased the $26,000 home plan to do with it?

    -Initially, he was unsure of where to place the home as he did not have land for it. Later, he decided to list it as an Airbnb rental property instead of living in it himself due to the small ceiling heights and his dislike for the provided furniture.

  • How were the tiny homes shipped and assembled?

    -The homes were shipped surprisingly quickly, with one arriving within 6 days of ordering. They were described as being 'unfolded' and assembled in as little as 27 minutes by a crew of five people.

  • What were some of the concerns raised about listing the tiny home as an Airbnb rental?

    -Concerns included the extremely low ceiling heights, which could lead to guests bumping their heads, as well as the lack of proper insulation, plumbing, and electricity in the initial state of the home.

  • How did the phenomenon of buying tiny homes on Amazon start?

    -The trend was ignited by a viral TikTok and video from the kid-friendly gaming influencer 'Unspeakable', who purchased a $388,000 tiny home from Amazon.

  • What were some of the potential benefits of these tiny homes mentioned in the transcript?

    -The transcript suggested that these tiny homes could provide an affordable path to homeownership for millennials and Gen Z, who often struggle with high housing costs, interest rates, and student loan debt.

  • What was the influencer's overall impression of the tiny home he purchased?

    -The influencer expressed a largely negative impression, stating that he hated the provided furniture, disliked the house itself, and felt that the Amazon specialist who assisted him had sent him the wrong items or intentionally provided poor options.

  • What alternative suggestions were made for using the tiny home instead of living in it or renting it out?

    -One comment suggested using the tiny home as a salon space and renting it out to nail technicians, estheticians, or other beauty professionals who may not require particularly high ceilings.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿ  Discovering Houses for Sale on Amazon

The paragraph introduces the concept of Amazon selling prefabricated houses and explores the reviews, pricing, and specifications of some of these listings. It expresses surprise and skepticism about the claimed 8-hour assembly time and raises questions about the structural integrity and durability of such quickly constructed dwellings. The narrator also examines the details of a $35,000 listing, noting its small size but reasonable price for a house.

05:02

๐Ÿ˜ฒ The Accidental House Purchase

A man named Jeff shares his experience of accidentally purchasing a house on Amazon for $26,000. He expresses regret and suggests that Amazon is a 'dangerous place' where people can make impulsive purchases like this without much thought. Jeff also mentions his confusion about where to place the house, as he does not own land. The paragraph reveals that the house has arrived, and Jeff is currently paying $150 per week to store it while he figures out a solution.

10:02

๐Ÿคจ Dealing with the Consequences

The paragraph continues to follow Jeff's experience with the Amazon house. It describes the low ceiling height, which concerns Jeff, and his decision to turn the house into an Airbnb rental instead of living in it himself. He expresses dislike for the furniture provided by Amazon and plans to make modifications, such as adding drywall and insulation. However, the paragraph also warns about participating in this 'activity,' suggesting potential hazards or issues with the Airbnb plan.

15:03

๐Ÿ’ป The Viral Phenomenon of Buying Houses on Amazon

The paragraph discusses the viral trend of buying tiny homes on Amazon, sparked by a YouTube influencer named 'Unspeakable.' It highlights the appeal of these affordable housing options for millennials and Gen Z struggling with high home prices and student loan debt. The paragraph also features a brief overview of an $88,000 house purchased by 'Unspeakable,' which appears to have decent ceiling height and amenities like a large TV and couch.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กAmazon

Amazon is the world's largest online retailer, known for selling almost any conceivable product. In the context of this video, the surprising claim is made that Amazon now sells prefabricated houses that can be purchased, shipped, and assembled, similar to other products they offer. This unexpected product offering forms the central premise of the video.

๐Ÿ’กPrefabricated houses

Prefabricated or prefab houses refer to residential structures that are partially or entirely manufactured off-site in a factory setting, before being transported and assembled on location. The video showcases various prefab house models available for purchase on Amazon, ranging from tiny homes to larger, expandable options. The idea of buying an entire house online and having it delivered is presented as a novel and intriguing concept.

๐Ÿ’กTiny homes

Tiny homes are a type of prefabricated house that are designed to provide compact, minimalist living spaces. In the video, several tiny home models listed on Amazon are mentioned, some as small as 400 square feet or less. The appeal of tiny homes lies in their affordability and potential as an alternative housing solution, especially for younger generations struggling with high housing costs.

๐Ÿ’กAssembly

A key aspect of the prefabricated houses discussed in the video is the ease and speed of assembly. Some models are claimed to be assembled in as little as 8 hours or 27 minutes with a crew. The video questions the feasibility of such rapid construction times and raises concerns about the structural integrity of houses that can be "unfolded" and assembled so quickly.

๐Ÿ’กAirbnb

Airbnb is a popular online marketplace for short-term rentals and vacation homes. In the video, the person who purchased a prefab house from Amazon considers listing it on Airbnb instead of living in it themselves, due to concerns about the house's livability and small ceiling heights. This idea is criticized as potentially subjecting unsuspecting Airbnb guests to an unpleasant experience.

๐Ÿ’กHousing crisis

The video touches on the broader context of the housing crisis, where home ownership is increasingly out of reach for many millennials and Gen Z due to factors like inflated prices, high interest rates, and student loan debt. Prefab tiny homes from Amazon are positioned as a potential solution for cash-strapped younger generations seeking affordable homeownership options.

๐Ÿ’กImpulse purchase

The video highlights the potential for impulse purchases on Amazon, as the individual who bought the prefab house expresses regret and a sense of having made a rash decision without proper consideration. Phrases like "take my credit card away" and "I should not have done this" suggest a lack of forethought and an impulsive purchase driven by the novelty and convenience of buying a house online.

๐Ÿ’กStructural integrity

Structural integrity refers to the ability of a structure, in this case a prefab house, to withstand the various loads and forces it may encounter during its lifetime without compromising its safety or stability. The video raises doubts about the structural integrity of houses that can be assembled so quickly, with concerns about their ability to withstand weather conditions or even remain standing without folding up unexpectedly.

๐Ÿ’กCeiling height

Ceiling height emerges as a significant issue in the video, with the person who purchased the prefab house expressing disappointment and discomfort with the low ceilings. The video highlights instances where the ceiling is barely taller than the individual, raising concerns about livability and the potential for a claustrophobic experience within the confined spaces of the tiny home.

๐Ÿ’กInfluencer marketing

The video mentions that the viral trend of buying prefab houses on Amazon was sparked by an influencer named Nathan Graham, who runs a kid-friendly gaming brand called "Unspeakable." This demonstrates the power of influencer marketing and how influencers can drive trends and consumer behavior, even for unconventional products like prefab homes purchased through an e-commerce platform.

Highlights

Amazon is now selling prefabricated tiny homes that can be assembled in as little as 8 hours, with some costing as low as $8,000.

Some concerns raised include the structural integrity, insulation, and livability of these tiny homes, with one reviewer questioning if they can withstand weather conditions.

A 23-year-old influencer named Nathan Graham, behind the gaming brand Unspeakable, sparked the viral trend of buying houses on Amazon.

Graham claimed to have bought a $26,000 house on Amazon, which was delivered and assembled within 6 days, but later revealed it was an exaggeration for content.

The influencer expressed regret over the purchase, stating it was a mistake and that he should not have bought the house.

Concerns were raised about the low ceiling height, with the influencer being able to touch the ceiling at 5'8" tall.

The influencer initially planned to use the tiny home as an Airbnb rental, acknowledging it was not suitable for living.

The tiny homes were praised as a potential solution for affordable housing for millennials and Gen Z, given the inflated housing prices.

However, the influencer's experience highlighted the need for thorough research and consideration before purchasing such a home.

The influencer expressed dissatisfaction with the furniture provided by Amazon, calling it "the wrong stuff" and saying he hated it.

Questions were raised about the need for a foundation, electrical wiring, plumbing, and other necessary installations for the tiny homes.

The influencer had to pay $150 per week to store the unfolded tiny home while searching for land to place it on.

The video sparked a discussion about the potential benefits and drawbacks of tiny homes as an affordable housing solution.

The influencer's experience highlighted the importance of thoroughly understanding the product and its limitations before making a purchase.

The video serves as a cautionary tale about impulsive purchases, especially for significant investments like housing.

Transcripts

00:00

I've got great news everybody Amazon

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finally has houses Amazon is now Selling

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Houses I'm 23 years old I just bought a

00:09

house off Amazon I don't know when this

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became a thing but it is now and some

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guy did it a man bought a house on

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Amazon and I want to see what happens

00:18

when you do so so let's get into it so

00:20

this is a little introductory Tik Tok I

00:22

guess people started to realize on Tik

00:24

Tock that you could buy a house on

00:25

Amazon so uh she is expressing that here

00:28

you can buy a prefabbed house on Amazon

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and literally build it in 8 hours and

00:35

here is uh one of the houses in question

00:39

three reviews three stars I mean it's

00:41

not a huge house I'll say that it is

00:44

only $8,000 I think the one that the guy

00:46

actually buys is more than that and I

00:48

think it's going to be bigger than this

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I don't know the thing that's throwing

00:50

me off the most is the fact that you

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could build it in 8 hours and literally

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build it in 8 hours I don't know at the

00:57

end of the day if houses are meant to be

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built in 8 hours like do you want to

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live in something you threw up in an

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afternoon it doesn't seem like it should

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be a permanent structure your permanent

01:07

shelter but I don't know maybe this

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thing is uh well made oh it's okay

01:11

container house so maybe it's made out

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of a shipping container maybe the whole

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thing actually shows up fully assembled

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and you just have to like plug some

01:19

stuff in maybe if it's made out of like

01:21

steel I guess that would be you know

01:23

pretty structurally sound if there's any

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actual construction involved there's no

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way that this takes only 8 hours though

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there's Windows to install there's door

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frames electrical maybe there's like an

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asterisk on the Amazon listing that's

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like takes 8 hours uh with a a crew of

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30 men okay here's some more details on

01:41

a different Amazon house listing this

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one has four stars and five reviews I

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mean I guess these are super expensive

01:48

and specialized products so I wouldn't

01:51

expect them to have that many reviews

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like I'd be surprised if it had like

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10,000 reviews but still like I'm not

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going to take five people's word for a

02:00

$35,000 purchase on Amazon Amazon is now

02:04

Selling Houses you for only the small

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price of

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$35,000 which honestly kind of

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reasonable I mean it is reasonable for a

02:12

house does it say anywhere where the H

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how big the house is oh yeah okay it

02:16

does tiny home 19 by 20 ft so doing the

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math in my head that's uh a little less

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than 400 square ft so I wouldn't say

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that's like a lot of space that's that's

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like about as big as a one-bedroom

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apartment right depends on the apartment

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I guess oh expandable plastic prefab

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wait it's not even it looks like it

02:35

should be I thought it was going to be

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metal or something expandable plastic

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prefab house so you buy it and it

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expands does it come in like a little

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pill and then you just add water and

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then it's a house apparently people are

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tagging Austin McBroom in the comments

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oh man yeah he does need to get one of

02:50

these but I have a confession to make I

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did not actually buy this house all

02:55

right well then why are we watching your

02:56

video dude I want to see what the house

02:58

looks like so just doing a little little

02:59

bit of research here there are much less

03:02

expensive houses too portable

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prefabricated tiny home 30X 20 ft for

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$10,000 I want to read some of the

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reviews on these this one's got six

03:12

pretty positive reviews let's see here

03:14

it's good it's good Pop-Tarts okay did

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you think you were reviewing Pop-Tarts

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yeah it tastes pretty good tastiest

03:21

house I've ever eaten where's the

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electrical one star I don't see any

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ceiling lights wall switches or

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electrical outlets also no Provisions

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for heat or air conditioning I would

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pass on this oh no your house arrived

03:33

and you can't have electricity in yeah

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actually I'm looking at the pictures I

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don't see any lights or wall outlets I

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guess it is literally the most Bare

03:40

Bones house uh you could buy this one

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put five stars in the review is I want

03:44

one don't you have one they said I want

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one but what if it can't hold the

03:48

weather question mark question mark well

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as someone who bought one you should be

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able to answer that did you buy one how

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are you reviewing this product okay

03:55

anyway uh let's get to the actual

03:57

purchase of the house so we can watch

03:59

this whole Saga unfold I'm 23 years old

04:02

I just bought a house off Amazon take

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the card take the [ย __ย ] card away I

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bought a [ย __ย ] house on Amazon a house

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a whole house on Amazon okay so he's got

04:12

the receipt and everything so he posted

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this January 24th and the house is going

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to be arriving January 29th to the 30th

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so it's only going to take 6 days for

04:22

this house to show up how do they even

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ship it it's got to be a big truck that

04:26

is lightning fast dude for a house and

04:29

we all already know it's not going to

04:30

take very long to assemble this dude's

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going to be in his house before we know

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it now I am a little curious about his

04:35

situation right now does he have land

04:37

for the house does he already have a

04:39

house and this is just going to go in

04:41

his backyard or something like where's

04:44

where's he going to put this okay so the

04:46

one that he bought was 26,000 total well

04:49

$24,000 and then $2,000 in taxes

04:51

shipping cost $0 someone is doing that

04:55

for free hauling a whole house to you

04:57

that's kind of crazy Amazon Prime is

04:59

nuts dude another thing I'm curious

05:01

about is does he not want a house he

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kept saying like take my card away I

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didn't want to do this take the card

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take the [ย __ย ] card away were you in

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the market for a house cuz see I didn't

05:12

even know you could buy houses on Amazon

05:14

until this happen so I wouldn't even

05:17

think to accidentally do this but it

05:19

seems like you got yourself in a

05:20

situation that most people don't even

05:22

know exist all I'm going say is Go by

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your hell [ย __ย ] and now he's recommending

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other people do take away my credit card

05:29

guys I should not have done this I

05:30

should not have bought a house I'm so

05:33

stupid anyways guys get your houses in

05:35

the link down below I've got an

05:37

affiliate link and I will get some of

05:38

the proceeds all I'm going to say is

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Amazon is really like a dangerous place

05:42

cuz it's like

05:43

really houses [ย __ย ] I didn't even think

05:46

twice about it I just did okay that is

05:48

scary I mean like traditionally buying a

05:50

house there is a lot of rig a roll you

05:52

have to go through there's a lot of time

05:53

to back out but he didn't even have a

05:55

second to back out and even if he wanted

05:57

to cancel the order he's only got a few

05:58

days to think about it that the house

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will be upon him the house is going to

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be on top of him like he's the Wicked

06:02

Witch of the East before he knows it I

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don't even know where I'm going to put

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the house oh

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no can you buy land on Amazon land land

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land land no oh no dude you are screwed

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so I I can see what he's saying about

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Amazon being a dangerous place now cuz

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there's definitely some other things

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that you had to think through before

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ordering a house do you need a

06:25

foundation even for one of these like

06:27

prefab houses it doesn't it need to sit

06:29

on something aside from just the grass

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that doesn't seem very stable I feel

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like if there was like a strong gust of

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wind the house would blow away or

06:40

something okay next Tik Tok the house is

06:43

here so now we finally get to see the

06:45

house in action Five Guys and 27 minutes

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later it's here this one took 27 minutes

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to set up dude all right if you're going

06:53

to buy a house buy this one 8 hours

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versus 27 minutes is insane I guess they

06:57

did have Five Guys on the job all right

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yall the house is here before I show y

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the house I want to thank Karina because

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she was an Amazon specialist she seen my

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Tik Tok um and she say she follows me

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and she love me she gave me upgrades

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y'all she gave me a whole different

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color house and it's on the papers it

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says square footage is way bigger waa

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okay so we got hooked up by Amazon for

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making that video Amazon hook me up with

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a house send me a house I need a house

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for my house it could be my son's house

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I'll put it in my backyard he can have

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his own house he's lived here long

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enough 5 months it's time to move out so

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they opened it they unfolded it for me

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and everything look I don't know

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anything about the structural Integrity

07:33

of this house but just the term unfolded

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does worry me they unfolded it the house

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arrived and they unfolded it like it's a

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piece of origami like you better hope

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that it's not going to fold while you're

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asleep if it unfolds it could fold and

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then where are you going to

07:50

be like the Wicked Witch of the East man

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the house is storaged at right now

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because I have not bought the land yet

07:57

he still doesn't know where he's going

07:58

to put it so he's storing it somewhere

07:59

is it stored somewhere right now cuz

08:01

it's unfolded or is it just like at in

08:03

his apartment building's parking lot or

08:05

something does he just have a house at

08:07

his apartment right now if it's here

08:08

every week I have to give them 150 every

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week cuz it's storaged here so now

08:13

instead of paying rent at his apartment

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he's got a house that he is also paying

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rent for while he is still paying rent

08:20

for his apartment he's got to pay rent

08:21

for him to live somewhere and then he

08:23

has to pay rent for his house to live

08:24

somewhere this is the outside they

08:27

already set it up and everything this

08:29

the plumbing and stuff right here okay

08:31

it looks like really short to me that's

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the first thing I'm noticing like he's

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standing next to the house and it's like

08:38

a foot maybe taller than him and then as

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he's walking around you notice that it's

08:43

also propped up off of the ground a few

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inches so it's really maybe only like 3

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in taller than he is feel like just

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walking around you'd be bumping your

08:52

head on the ceiling you don't think to

08:54

look at that when you're looking at the

08:55

Amazon listing you want to know

08:57

horizontal space how much room do I I

08:59

have to run around you don't even think

09:01

how much room do I have to jump around

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cuz you would just assume they would

09:04

make it like regular size like rooms

09:06

have a regular height to them but

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apparently not so this is one of the

09:11

couches she gave me I don't know if this

09:13

is a couch or a dick let me stop saying

09:14

that this is one of the things she gave

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me that is definitely an outdoor couch

09:19

and an outdoor table I have actually an

09:22

outdoor couch that looks very similar to

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this I don't know if that like says good

09:25

things about the structural Integrity of

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the house if they're giving you like

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water weatherproof Furniture that's not

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good this is the bathroom I mean all

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things considered like it's you know

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it's the size of a one-bedroom apartment

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and if you have your own land and you

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want to just plop this down as long as

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it's like structurally sound that seems

09:44

like a a fine deal oh here's another

09:46

couch okay that's that's indoor

09:48

furniture for sure yeah it looks like

09:49

there's like a lot of like hinges and

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Joints everywhere that would concern me

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listen Karina I don't know if you was

09:54

trying to be Shady sister but

09:57

pink girl call call me again we'll have

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a talk um I'm just playing thank you

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though didn't sound like you were

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playing it sounds like you're actually

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pissed at her thank you for the

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furniture but honestly it [ย __ย ] sucks

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you sent me the wrong [ย __ย ] an outdoor

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couch and a pink couch the ceilings I'm

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5'8 so the ceilings are not like too

10:14

high okay so he's 58 in this area it's

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you know he can touch the ceiling and

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then he walks into this area where it

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looks even lower I'm 510 so I'd be 2 in

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taller than him in here yeah I don't

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think I'd like this I would feel very

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claustrophobic let's check got the next

10:31

update oh that's not a good sign

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whatever he's doing next in the house

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participating in this activity could

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result in you or others getting hurt

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warning do not buy a house on Amazon it

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will fold up while you're asleep so a

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lot of people been asking me am I going

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to um live here I'm not going to live

10:47

here I'm actually going to Airbnb here

10:50

what dude no no do not turn this into an

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Airbnb the um sings are very small I'm

10:57

5'8 I'm touching I Could Touch the S

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yeah well you bought it man don't make

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it other people's problems I don't know

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if other people have this experience but

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like every Airbnb I've booked in the

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past like 2 years have made me be like

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I'm never booking an Airbnb again cuz

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you always show up and then there's some

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[ย __ย ] like this where it's like oh you

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thought it was a normal house well it's

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actually the ceilings are 6 ft High

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sorry and the doors are 2T tall you got

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to crawl through the doors or it's like

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an apartment that somebody lives in and

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they're like yeah I'm just going to be

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here chilling if that's okay the last

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Airbnb we got was anart apartment it was

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clearly just some lady's apartment and

11:32

every time we wanted to park at the

11:34

apartment we had to text her and ask her

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to generate a new code for us to get

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into the parking garage she would have

11:39

to pretend like she was getting a

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delivery and get a code so that we could

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just go park so like every time we

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wanted to go into the Airbnb we had to

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get a code it sucked why do people think

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that they can Pawn off their bad Amazon

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purchases as airbnbs please don't do

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this to someone it's like you're

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acknowledging that it's not a livable

11:57

house and then you're like so I'm not

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going to live there but I am going to

12:00

make I'm going to trick other people

12:01

into doing it about the electrical the

12:02

plumbing and everything I have all that

12:04

set up well you don't have to set it up

12:06

if you're not going to live there if

12:07

you're just going to Airbnb it you know

12:08

you don't even have to do anything to it

12:10

just throw it up on the Airbnb website

12:12

they can figure it out when they get

12:13

there you know they'll bring candles the

12:15

couches the pad these couches I'm not

12:17

going to keep these I don't like them um

12:20

I actually hate them oh my God he hates

12:22

everything about this it's funny cuz he

12:24

said earlier that the Amazon person that

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he talked to watches his videos and

12:28

loves his videos and he's like actively

12:30

shitalking her she [ย __ย ] sucks she

12:33

sent me the wrong couches I also hate

12:35

this house and I hate her I actually

12:37

think she's out to get me you're going

12:39

to get the walls drywalled you are able

12:41

to get the walls drywall so I'm going to

12:43

do all that you're going to put like

12:44

insulation in there also I mean the

12:47

drywall is a good idea adding drywall

12:49

Plumbing electrical that's all great it

12:51

does kind of sound like the house was

12:53

not built though technically if you're

12:56

still having to do all that sounds like

12:57

you didn't buy a house it kind of sound

12:58

sounds like you still have to build a

13:00

house inside the house and that will

13:02

make the ceilings even lower actually

13:04

now that I'm thinking about it if you're

13:05

going to add lights and drywall on the

13:06

ceiling so I think participating in this

13:09

activity could result in you or others

13:10

getting hurt maybe they mean booking

13:12

this Airbnb it's going to hurt your neck

13:14

if you're over 6ot or it's going to hurt

13:16

your head you're going to bump it okay

13:17

let's see what the comments are saying I

13:19

wouldn't Airbnb it I would use it as a

13:21

salon for someone and they'll just pay

13:23

you rent you can rent it to some nail

13:25

text or esthetician brow specialist Etc

13:28

why do so many people say salons and

13:30

nail tchs do they have like notoriously

13:32

low ceiling everyone knows every Salon

13:34

is just a shipping container that they

13:35

just dress up real nice so why don't you

13:37

just why don't you just do that very

13:39

smart decision that will bring in

13:40

realtor income I see this going very far

13:43

for you social media made millionaires

13:45

blessings I really dislike the type of

13:48

person that like tries to make a quick

13:51

Buck off of Airbnb or being a landlord

13:53

some airbnbs I'm sure are great but a

13:56

lot of people who have airbnbs are are

13:59

just doing it to make the quickest Buck

14:01

possible put in his little work flip a

14:03

house so poorly and then like make you

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take a vacation there it's not a very