Hey, lonely Rich People with Big Houses.

Via elephant journal
on Apr 26, 2009
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In 1950, the average American house was 1000 square feet.

Now it’s 2,000.

What’s interesting is that, no matter the size of the house (say, 13,000 or…48,000) studies have shown 90% of one’s time is spent in only 350 square feet or so…we all find our favorite room or two, and that’s that.


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One Response to “Hey, lonely Rich People with Big Houses.”

  1. sj* says:

    hey world, i'm lonely. someone please give me a big house to be even more lonely in.