Craziest House Tour On YouTube

Craziest House Tour On YouTube

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33 Responses

  1. Savetion says:

    It’s incredible how much stuff is on YouTube. From people making honest art in their apartment, to people flaunting millions through the most weird and unnecessary things ever

  2. big woox says:

    I weirdly like Michael for his awkward interactions and somewhat lackluster commentary. I don’t know why but him walking on grass was kind of wholesome

  3. Joe Dent says:

    with regards to the “never walking on grass”, I think the answer is two-fold:

    1.) I would imagine that it is bad form to walk on the sculpted and manicured grass at a millionaires house.

    2.) Anybody who likes to keep shoes and outfits in perfect condition is NOT walking on grass. Grass is for hippies and “mother-earth” types. People with many long, lengthy and loud beliefs; And with Michael done up like a Peacock-from-Mars? I think its very unlikely he walks on anything that isn’t at least marble.


  4. Jorge Khan says:

    Michael was so excited to touch grass, but by the ramblings about his ex wife, as well as the cameras in the bathroom, it seems that Nile had a greater need for touching the grass.

  5. moodycheese says:

    He definitely designed this house while playing Sims. That’s why it’s way bigger than it needs to be 😂

  6. Piggy Chocostitch says:

    Good thing he clarified that the giraffe skeleton is anatomically correct – you meet so many posers with anatomically *incorrect* giraffe skeletons in their homes, it’s crazy.

    • aquasiox says:

      @Mariyah Dalal
      i am most glad that you have overcome such a difficult and tragic situation
      in light of this, i am setting up a fund for giraffe skeleton fraud so that no one shall ever have to go through this again
      as an anatomically incorrect giraffe skeleton viewer survivor, im sure you’ll offer a generous donation 🥰

    • 輝くshine says:

      @Mariyah Dalal oh my……. a SMALL CRANIUM????????? that’s the absolute worst. im so sorry you had to see that. that’s something nobody should see.

    • Mariyah Dalal says:

      @Chuckles 9838 I’m afraid it was the size of the cranium, it was much smaller than it should be…I was horrified when I found out, had it been an oversized femur, or something, I might have been able to forgive my friend, given some space and time…but a small cranium?! It was too much, I was heart-broken. A few years ago, I wouldn’t have been able to openly talk about this, but therapy has really helped. For anyone going through something like this, I really recommend seeing Dr. Gia Raff for therapy, she’s amazing and I’m so grateful for having her in my life!

    • Chuckles 9838 says:

      @Mariyah Dalal I’m so sorry you had to go through that. I’m glad to hear you’re doing better. If you don’t mind me asking, what part of the skeleton was anatomically incorrect? Oh course it’s rather personal, it’s okay if you’re not comfortable answering.

    • Camellia Tea says:

      Anatomically Correct Giraffes let’s gooooo

  7. Brian James says:

    This man met, married, and divorced his wife in the span of eight months. And then he overpaid for a house by about 350 million. Clearly someone whose judgement can be trusted without question.

  8. Bryce H says:

    He’s like the personification of the Arrested Development quote “It’s just one banana, Michael. What could it cost, $10?” Like he seems so rich he doesn’t understand the value of money cause he doesn’t have to think about it

  9. Dimity says:

    “How about that? Look, I’m on the grass guys!”

    The joy, the wonder, the enthusiasm this man puts into this sentence. Truly a remarkable and revolutionary moment in his life. It almost gives me the motivation to go outside one day too… and maybe even touch grass…

  10. Caroline Cooke says:

    Anyone else know or is curious how these people get this insanely rich? Like I’ve never once heard of these two men and apparently they have more than money than imaginable. Like holy shit

    • zanpakuto man says:

      I believe Michael is an actual music producer. I don’t know how people get started in that type of career, but he has an imdb with stuff he’s been apart of. Nial I think creates and sells homes for rich people. But essentially it comes down to “They’re around other rich and talented people who like them”. Very likely, they were both also born into wealth.

    • Isaac Castro says:

      Scamming, his ancestors stole land, being son of a great businessman or just mere luck

    • Caroline Cooke says:

      @Abby You’re not wrong

    • Abby says:

      Mostly by taking advantage of poor and middle class people

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