Jul 22nd 2009 By Jeremy Taylor
The obvious problem with winning a dirtiest apartment contest is that you would have had to have lived through the type of genuine filth that leads to such a title. Would it be worth it if the prize was $1,000
? That probably depends on your financial situation and feelings about tetanus.
The scariest part is, Paul17 in Waterford, N.Y.
isn't even winning:
After the jump, take a look at what more of the finalists in MyApartmentMap's $1,000-grand-prize "Dirtiest Apartment" contest
put up with to position themselves for the crown.
Some people (Mahdroo in West Hollywood, Calif.
) can take pride in anything.
This is what happens when you never put stuff away, Messy Jessie in Brooklyn, N.Y.
We can't even tell which room of JKeegan's Lowell, Mass.
, home this is supposed to be.Click here
for more of the finalists' squalid abodes and a chance to vote on who you think is the filthiest filth-monger. (Contest ends July 24.)
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