Things I Wouldn't Be Surprised To Find In Lady Gaga's House
Lady Gaga lives a lavish lifestyle full of trendsetting fashion, music, and spectacular performances. Her home is no different than her, send trends that we'll probably all soon be following when it comes to interior design. If you don't believe me, just check out some of the many exciting interior design choices she's made for her multi-million dollar house:
A Human Chained To The Refrigerator
Not only does a live human go great with Gaga's minimalist aesthetic, the human is angry to be chained there, and strikes out at anyone who gets close, which helps her lose weight!
As part of Lady Gaga's desire to be both environmentally friend and completely strange, her house's power runs entirely on rabbit shrieks. Which she gets by burning hundreds of rabbits a day in her "classic style" crematorium.
A Babboon Who Can Accurately Tell Your Future
In Style magazine predicts that this is the one feature in Lady Gaga's house that everyone will be emulating in 2012. Just don't ask it when you're going to die! You'll regret possessing that knowledge!
Giant Eggs That Give Birth To Sentient Piles Of Horse Meat Every Hour On The Hour
This decision Lady Gaga admits she regrets. She says she probably should have just gone with an otttoman.
Yes, it was a daring design choice to include Cthulhu in her design scheme, nonetheless, when you go to Lady Gaga's house, trust me: NEVER USE THE BATHROOM.
A Grandfather Clock
A lovely, classic touch.
A Giant Adamantium Cat Programmed To Destroy Any And All Passerby
While the cost of cleaning up after the cat tears a pair of hapless joggers limb from limb is a burden, it more than makes up for that expense by producing no waste. Not to mention that the Giant Adamantium Cat is a treat on the holidays, as it is specially programmed to meow any of 14 classic Christmas Carols!
What would you not be surprised to find in Lady Gaga's house? Let us know in the comments!