By verycherryfucked - United States - Bronx
Today, I had to go to the hospital for an allergic reaction. Turns out, I'm highly allergic to cherry blossoms. My wife and I just bought a house and moved into a new neighborhood. Almost every block in this neighborhood, including my own, has rows and rows of cherry blossom trees. FML
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  Sekkaichi  |  12

I'm not sure of this, but I think OP is allergic to the flower and not the tree by itself. Maybe OP bought the house when it wasn't in bloom like it should be at this season.

  bamagrl410  |  31

Or just time to get a prescription allergy medicine

  happylappy  |  21

Not really a good point.

Person 1: oh wow. What a beautiful house! It has a great view, a pool, and a huge yard!

Person 2: no,honey. This house is amazing but I just have to wait until spring! Maybe we should just wait like 2 months so we can see those beautiful cherry blossoms.

Person 1: yea ok, you're right. The house is actually a total dump now that you put it that way. Cherry blossoms tottallly make a house worth buying.

Now does that scenario seem normal to you?

  Koravel  |  10

I meant it like this: they wait to START looking, not just look, then be like "oh let's wait months" I mean, I know I'm stupid, but come on guys I'm not THAT stupid

  xStaciexLynnx  |  15

I also think real estate tends to be lower in cooler months because most people put houses up for sale in warmer months (because people tend to move out in warmer months if they're planning a move) so if a house is on the market into the winter its probably come down in price at least a little.